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  1. Mar 09, 2012 · David Smith American Sculptor Born: March 9, 1906 - Decatur, Indiana Died: May 23, 1965 - Bennington, Vermont Movements and Styles: Abstract Expressionism 1910 1920 1930 1940 1950 1960 Click on the dots to reveal major artworks Born Died Worked "Art is the raw stuff which comes from aggressiveness by men who got that way fighting for survival."

    • American
    • March 9, 1906
    • Decatur, Indiana
    • May 23, 1965
  2. David Smith Artist ORIGINAL OIL PAINTINGS View a selection of my oil paintings Welcome to my website I was born in the UK , in 1949 and was strongly influenced by the artistic talents of my paternal grandfather, a larger-than-life character. Grandad earned a living in his youth as a bare fist pugilist.

  3. Roland David Smith (March 9, 1906 – May 23, 1965) was an American abstract expressionist sculptor and painter, best known for creating large steel abstract geometric sculptures. Roland David Smith was born on March 9, 1906 in Decatur, Indiana and moved to Paulding, Ohio in 1921, where he attended high school.

    • American
    • March 9, 1906
    • Decatur, Indiana, United States
    • May 23, 1965
  4. artnet.com › artists › david-smith-2David Smith | Artnet

    Monograph David Smith was an early Abstract Expressionist sculptor who welded steel into large geometric works. Throughout Smith’s career, he also created paintings and drawings that utilized Abstract Expressionist techniques. “Art is a paradox that has no laws to bind it,” the artist once mused. “When art exists it becomes tradition.

    • American
  5. David Smith left home at sixteen and worked as a welder and riveter in an automobile plant. In 1926 he moved to New York and studied at the Art Students League. He started making three-dimensional works a few years later, inspired by the welded metal sculptures of Pablo Picasso and Julio González.

    • 8th and G Streets, NW, Washington, 20004, DC
    • May 23, 1965
    • March 9, 1906
  6. Roland David Smith was born on March 9, 1906 in Decatur, Indiana and moved to Paulding, Ohio in 1921, where he attended high school. From 1924-25, he attended Ohio University in Athens (one year) and the University of Notre Dame, which he left after two weeks because there were no art courses. In between, Smith took a summer job working on the ...

  7. I hope my love of watercolor can be found on this site. And I hope we'll have the opportunity to paint together soon. Until then, keep that palette wet! Sincerely, David *If purchasing from outside the continental U.S., please contact me for shipping prices: david@dsmithfineart.com

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