A Rich Feast of Folk Art at the New-York Historical Society

Publisher: 
The New York Times
Date: 
May 19, 2016
Folk art barely existed as a term, much less a category in the years just before 1920, when it became a presiding passion of the Polish-born American sculptor Elie Nadelman (1882-1946). After spending six years absorbing modernity in Paris, the young artist landed in New York in 1914, his crossing on the Lusitania financed by Helena Rubinstein, a client. Read more…
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