Definition of Calder, Alexander in English:

Calder, Alexander

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Pronunciation: /ˈkɔːldə
 
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( 1898–1976), American sculptor and painter. He was one of the first artists to introduce movement into sculpture, making mobiles incorporating abstract forms. His static sculptures are known by contrast as ‘stabiles’.

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