Niki De Saint Phalle Nanas
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- Niki de Saint Phalle Educators' Educators' Pack
- The early paintings of Niki de Saint Phalle reveal the artist's lack of technical training in their . “My first exhibition with Nanas I called 'Nana power!
- Niki de Saint Phalle
- ordered TRACES: Autobiography, Volume I (1930-1949) that very day from. Amazon.com.
- Where to Find Niki de Saint Phalle's Work in San Diego County
- Where to Find Niki de Saint Phalle's Work in San Diego County.
- The extraordinary and enigmatic art of Niki de Saint-Phalle
- Larry Rivers of his pregnant wife. These. Nanas were voluptuous large women.
- Niki de Saint Phalle's International Workshop
- Niki de Saint Phalle's International Workshop.
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- A Guide to Frieze Art Fair 2014
- In the Frame section of Frieze, I look forward to see Ella Kruglanskaya's new paintings, which remind me of the Niki de Saint Phalle Nanas I grew up looking at. Check out the way she uses crosshatching on the skin of the women.
Suggested Web Resources
- Page 01 - Gallery Delaive
- A colourful Nana, the motherfigure with the voluptuous body, is the first one thinks of when hearing the name Niki de Saint Phalle.
- Niki Charitable Art Foundation |
- May 31, 2009 Niki Charitable Art Foundation: website devoted to the work of this French artist noted for her abstract sculptures.
- Niki de Saint Phalle
- Niki de Saint Phalle was born in 1930 in France and died in 2002. More sculptural assemblages followed and in 1965, de Saint Phalle created her first " Nana".
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