Jean Lambert-Rucki, né en 1888 à Cracovie (Pologne), décédé en 1967 à Paris, est peintre et sculpteur polonais.

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  • Jean Lambert-Rucki, né en 1888 à Cracovie (Pologne), décédé en 1967 à Paris, est peintre et sculpteur polonais.
  • Jean Lambert-Rucki (1888 – 1967), a Polish avant-garde artist, sculptor, and graphic artist, was best known for his participation in the Cubist, Surrealist and Art Deco movements. He exhibited at the 1913 Salon d'Automne in Paris; from1919 was represented by both Léonce Rosenberg at the Galerie de l’Effort Moderne and the art dealer Paul Guillaume. In March 1920, Lambert-Rucki exhibited at the second exhibition of la Section d'Or, Galerie de La Boétie, Paris, and participated in the first exhibition of l’Union des Artistes Modernes, where he would continue to show his works. Working in diverse styles and media, at times influenced by the Tribal Art of Africa, Lambert-Rucki became well known for his Cubist cityscapes.
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  • Jean Lambert-Rucki, né en 1888 à Cracovie (Pologne), décédé en 1967 à Paris, est peintre et sculpteur polonais.
  • Jean Lambert-Rucki (1888 – 1967), a Polish avant-garde artist, sculptor, and graphic artist, was best known for his participation in the Cubist, Surrealist and Art Deco movements. He exhibited at the 1913 Salon d'Automne in Paris; from1919 was represented by both Léonce Rosenberg at the Galerie de l’Effort Moderne and the art dealer Paul Guillaume.
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  • Jean Lambert-Rucki
  • Jean Lambert-Rucki
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