Alexander Calder

Alexander (Sandy) Calder was born in Lawnton, PA in 1898 and died in New York City in 1976. He was the second child of artist parents, his father a sculptor and his mother a painter. in 1919 Calder earned a degree in mechanical engineering from the Stevens Institute of Technology. He continued his education at the Art Students League in New York City, where he studied with John Sloan, Guy Pene Du Bois, and Boardman Robinson. Among Calder’s most celebrated works are his sculptures, drawings and oil paintings, available as hand-signed and numbered, limited edition lithographs, serigraphs and etchings. His prodigious body of modernist works is highly collectable and exhibited in most of the world’s leading modern art museums.