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  1. Mar 09, 2012 · David Smith is considered by many to be the most important American sculptor of his generation. He was certainly the first to work in metal, and was singular in his ability to synthesize the influences of Surrealism and Cubism into a new, highly personal and yet distinctively American sculptural style.

    • American
    • March 9, 1906
    • Decatur, Indiana
    • May 23, 1965
  2. 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. He also sailed the world on ocean-going liners as a printer, producing menus and other shipboard paraphernalia.

  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. 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.

  5. David Smith (sculptor) CUBI VI (1963), Israel Museum, Jerusalem. 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.

  6. Original Oil Paintings. Original Oil Paintings on either linen canvas or wood panel. Free worldwide delivery on all original paintings (over £1,000). 4 products.

  7. David R. Smith, AWS, NWS. The Watercolor Journey. David enjoys the challenge of working in harmony with a fluid medium. By providing the proper environment, surrendering some control, and working with the medium, the most beautiful results oftentimes occur naturally. To keep the paintings from getting too precise, and instead, to convey a feeling of aliveness, David utilizes a number of techniques such as working wet into wet, glazing, pouring, spattering, and spraying.

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