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  1. Mar 9, 2012 · David Smith American Sculptor Born: March 9, 1906 - Decatur, Indiana Died: May 23, 1965 - Bennington, Vermont Movements and Styles: Abstract Expressionism David Smith Summary Accomplishments Important Art Biography Influences and Connections Useful Resources Similar Art and Related Pages

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    • May 23, 1965
  2. Mar 5, 2023 · David Smith, in full David Roland Smith, (born March 9, 1906, Decatur, Indiana, U.S.—died May 23, 1965, Albany, New York), American sculptor whose pioneering welded metal sculpture and massive painted geometric forms made him the most original American sculptor in the decades after World War II.

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  4. David Smith American, 1906 - 1965 Biography Works of Art Biography David Smith was born in Decatur, Indiana, in 1906. His mother was a school teacher and a devout Methodist; his father was a telephone engineer and part-time inventor, who fostered in his son a reverence for machinery.

  5. Oct 6, 2022 · Brenson’s biography, David Smith: The Art and Life of a Transformational Sculptor, has a title that suggests grandness, admiration, and ego stroking. But what is contained within its pages...

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    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.

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  7. Oct 4, 2022 · The artist David Smith once wrote, “'Humanism' is a useless word in my time.” A member of the abstract expressionist generation, he would do more than any sculptor of his era to bring the plastic arts to the forefront of the American scene.

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