"I paint and sculpt to get a grip on reality… to protect myself." - Alberto Giacometti

"I paint and sculpt to get a grip on reality… to protect myself." - Alberto Giacometti by Gordon Parks

Alberto Giacometti, ‘Standing Woman’ c.1958-9, cast released by the artist 1964 or as my nephew said "it's a pretty statue"

Alberto Giacometti ‘Standing Woman’, cast released by the artist 1964 © The Estate of Alberto Giacometti (Fondation Giacometti, Pa.

Alberto Giacometti. Homme qui chavire/ Falling Man. 1950. Bronze, 60 x 22 x 36 cm. Avignon, Musée Calvet (Depot Musée d’Orsay).

Alberto Giacometti Homme qui chavire/Falling Man 1950 Bronze, 60 x 22 x 36 cm “Space does not exist, it has to be created… Every sculpture based on the assumption that space exists is wrong;

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Alberto Giacometti ‘Man Pointing’, 1947 © The Estate of Alberto Giacometti. I love the story - I think it is in James Lord's biography - of Giacometti taking out a matchbox and slowly opening it to reveal a minute sculpture.

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Head of Diego II. - Alberto Giacometti (note composition of paint stopping just below neck, forming arch)

Alberto Giacometti (1901-1966) Tête d'homme

Tête d'homme by Alberto Giacometti in Impressionist & Modern Works on Paper Sale on November 2013 at the null null sale lot 128

thunderstruck9:  Alberto Giacometti (Swiss, 1901-1966), Pommes dans l'atelier [Apples in the studio], 1950. Oil on canvas, 70 x 42.5 cm.

Alberto Giacometti, Pommes dans l’atelier (Apples in the studio), 1950 oil on canvas, 27 ½ by 16 ¾ in.

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