Definition of Louise nevelson
1. Noun. United States sculptor (born in Russia) known for massive shapes of painted wood (1899-1988).
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1. Adventure Guide to the Champlain & Hudson River Valleys by Patricia Foulke, Robert Foulke (2003)
"Artists represented include David Smith, Alexander Calder, louise nevelson and Isamu Noguchi, to name but a few of the more famous. Known as The Egg, ..."
2. The Jewish Travel Guide by Betsy Sheldon (2001)
"Look for works by Marc Chagall, louise nevelson, Picasso, and Joan Miro. Hours: Monday-Friday, 9-5, and during services Friday evening and Saturday morning. ..."
3. Wisdom for the Soul: Five Millennia of Prescriptions for Spiritual Healing by Larry Chang (2006)
"louise nevelson, 1900-1988 ~ in Newsweek, 1974 February 4 There is no way to understand things by explaining them individually. This is just an intellectual ..."
4. Daytrips New England: 50 One-Day Adventures by Earl Steinbicker (2000)
"Modern American art is represented by Edward Hopper, Andrew Wyeth, Georgia O'Keeffe, louise nevelson, Alexander Calder, and the like. ..."
5. California: Las Vegas, Reno, Baja California by John Gottberg (1999)
"It has a permanent collection of international scope, including works by Mark Rothko, Robert Rauschenberg and louise nevelson. ..."