Introduction
Ronald Bladen (1918–1988) was an American painter and sculptor. He is particularly known for his large-scale sculptures. His artistic stance, was influenced by European Constructivism, American Hard-Edge Painting, and sculptors such as Isamu Noguchi and David Smith. Bladen in turn had stimulating effect on a circle of younger artists including Carl Andre, Donald Judd, Sol LeWitt and others, who repeatedly referred to him as one of the ‘father figures’ of Minimal Art.
Wikidata
Q1261891
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Introduction
Was successful in studies of contemporary art, literature, music, and philosophy. In 1945, joined the Libertarian Circle, a group of anarcho-pacifist artists around the writer Kenneth Rexroth.
Nationalities
American, Canadian
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Painter, Sculptor
Names
Ronald Bladen, Charles Ronald Wells Bladen
Ulan
500077632
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