JEAN LAMBERTRUCKI (18881967) , GRAND MASQUE, 19231925 Christie's


Jean LambertRucki (18881967) , Le rire Christie's

Above the tabernacle is a crucifix by Jean Lambert-Rucki. The Choir Stalls. The stalls of the choir and the pews in the nave are fashioned of black walnut. The interior walls of the church are faced with a variety of types of marble: the lower walls are veneered with Loredo Chiro in a matchbook pattern, the columns are faced with Red Levanto.


Jean LambertRucki (French, 18881967) , Ohne Titel Christie's

Né en 1888, cadet d'une famille nombreuse, Jean Lambert-Rucki en sera l'enfant prodige. Il a onze ans quand son père meurt subitement. Il aide les siens à vivre en faisant des portraits qui surprennent les bourgeois de Cracovie.


Jean Lambert Rucki Medalion Madonna z dzieciątkiem Galeria Sztuki

The objective of the Committee, founded by the artist's daughters, Mara and Léano, is to make known the life and work of their father: Jean Lambert-Rucki. The Committee aims to gather all the knowledge, references, archives and documentation of all kinds that will allow to promote the best possible knowledge of the graphic and sculptural.


JEAN LAMBERTRUCKI (18881967) , GRAND MASQUE, 19231925 Christie's

Jean LAMBERT-RUCKI is an artist born in Poland in 1888 and deceased in 1967. The artist's works have gone up for sale at public auction 2,044 times, mostly in the Sculpture-Volume category.


Jean LambertRucki Works on Sale at Auction & Biography Invaluable

Jean Lambert-Rucki was a Polish avant-garde artist, sculptor, and graphic artist. He was best known for his participation in the Cubist, Surrealist and Art Deco movements. He exhibited at the 1913 Salon d'Automne in Paris; from 1919 was represented by both Léonce Rosenberg at the Galerie de l'Effort Moderne and the art dealer Paul Guillaume.


Jean LAMBERTRUCKI (Cracovie, 1888 Paris, 1967) Roubaix La Piscine

Jean Lambert-Rucki was a Polish artist best known for his participation in the Cubist, Surrealist and Art Deco movements.


Jean Lambert Rucki Święty Piotr Galeria Sztuki Współczesnej i Dawnej

Jean Lambert-Rucki (1888-1967), a Polish avant-garde artist, sculptor, and graphic artist, was best known for his participation in the Cubist, Surrealist and Art Deco movements. He exhibited at the 1913 Salon d'Automne in Paris; from 1919 was represented by both Léonce Rosenberg at the Galerie de l'Effort Moderne and the art dealer Paul Guillaume. In March 1920, Lambert-Rucki exhibited at.


JEAN LAMBERTRUCKI (18881967) SKULPTUR, um 1930 Bronze grün

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Jean LAMBERTRUCKI « Magicien » Galerie Paris Manaus sculptures

Jean Lambert-Rucki is a favorite artist of Waterhouse & Dodd - we have sold a number of his paintings but until now no sculptures. He was a Polish avant-garde painter, sculptor and graphic artist who moved to Paris in 1911 and later became a French citizen. The celebrated artist Moise Kisling, a childhood friend from Poland, introduced.


Jean Lambert Rucki, l'équilibriste, bronze Expertisez

Jean Lambert-Rucki is a favorite artist of Waterhouse & Dodd - we have sold a number of his paintings but until now no sculptures. He was a Polish avant-garde painter, sculptor and graphic artist who moved to Paris in 1911 and later became a French citizen. The celebrated artist Moise Kisling, a childhood friend from Poland, introduced.


LambertJean Rucki Art Lexicon

Born in 1888, the youngest of a large family, Jean LAMBERT-RUCKI was the child prodigy. He was eleven years old when his father died suddenly. He helps his family to live by making portraits that surprise the bourgeois of Krakow.


JEAN LAMBERTRUCKI (18881967) , FEMME ET PROFIL D'HOMME DANS LA VILLE

Details JEAN DUNAND (1877-1942) AND JEAN LAMBERT-RUCKI (1888-1967) A FOUR-PANEL SCREEN, CIRCA 1923 lacquered wood, inlaid with eggshell each panel 67 1/8 in. (170.8 cm.) high, 21½ in. (54 cm.) wide, ¾ in. (2 cm.) deep signed in lacquer Jean Dunand Literature


Jean LAMBERTRUCKI (18881967), Krucyfiks

Jean Lambert-Rucki. Jean Lambert-Rucki was born in Cracow, Poland in 1888. He studied at the Fine Arts Academy of Cracow before he moved to Paris in 1911. In Paris he associated with his friend, Moise Kisling, along with Modigliani, Soutine, and the other artists of Montparnasse. Lambert-Rucki exhibited at the Salon d'Automne in 1919.


Sold Price Jean LambertRucki (1888 1967), "Street", 1924 December

«When colour becomes sculpture: polychromed bronzes by Jean LAMBERT-RUCKI», temporal exhibition, Jacques De Vos Gallery, Paris, France 2001 «The Golden Section (1912-1925) - French Cubism», temporal exhibition, Hong-Kong Museum of Art, Hong-Kong, Japan 2001


Jean LAMBERT RUCKI (18881967) attribué à Composition Catawiki

Jean Lambert-Rucki was a French Impressionist & Modern artist who was born in 1888. Numerous key galleries and museums such as Waterhouse & Dodd, New York have featured Jean Lambert-Rucki's work in the past. Jean Lambert-Rucki's work has been offered at auction multiple times, with realized prices ranging from 26 USD to 334,934 USD, depending.


Jean Lambert Rucki (1888 1967)

Born in 1888 in Kraków, Poland, Jean Lambert-Rucki was the youngest of a large family. A child prodigy, he earned a living by making portraits. He attended art school in his hometown and later went to the School of Fine Arts in Kraków. His youth was marked by the rich folklore of Central Europe.