"one of America's outstanding artists"
— Lincoln Kirstein, 1935
"Feast on swift masses poised against their own silence (what irreproachable goals of form!)"
— E. E. Cummings
Creative Art Magazine, August 1928
"Gaston Lachaise had one God, and it was a woman, his wife, and he put her on a pedestal, both literally and figuratively."
— Louise Bourgeois, ArtForum, 1992
Standing Woman, 1932, on loan to the Jardin des Tuileries, Paris More Information
Gaston Lachaise 1882–1935
The catalogue of an exhibition that toured
Europe and the U.S. from 2003–2007