"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
Statuette (Nude with Coat), 1912.
Exhibited in the International Exhibition of Modern Art, "The Armory Show," February 17-March 15, 1913.
Standing Woman, 1932 LongHouse Reserve, East Hampton, NY
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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