Alexander Calder. Lobster Trap and Fish Tail. Roxbury, Connecticut, 1939

Alexander Calder

Lobster Trap and Fish Tail

Roxbury, Connecticut, 1939

Medium
Painted steel wire and sheet aluminum
Dimensions
8' 6" (260 cm) x 9' 6" (290 cm) in diameter
Credit
Commissioned by the Advisory Committee for the stairwell of the Museum
Object number
590.1939.a-d
Copyright
© 2017 Calder Foundation, New York / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
Department
Painting and Sculpture
This work is on view on Floor 3.
Alexander Calder has 85 works online.
There are 1,543 sculptures online.
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Commissioned by the Advisory Committee for the stairwell of the Museum, 1939

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