David Smith with Australia (1951), outside his home in Bolton Landing.    (Photo: The Estate of David Smith, licensed by Vaga, New York)

David Smith with Australia (1951), outside his home in Bolton Landing. (Photo: The Estate of David Smith, licensed by Vaga, New York)

Sculptor, David Smith photographed by Ugo Mulas.  ((see a sculpture by Smith /\rtƒul sTudℽ ◙f sT/\cKED uP L/\yErs  http://pinterest.com/47fourseven/rt%C6%92ul-stud%CE%B3-f-stcked-up-lyers/ ))

Sculptor, David Smith photographed by Ugo Mulas. ((see a sculpture by Smith /\rtƒul sTudℽ ◙f sT/\cKED uP L/\yErs http://pinterest.com/47fourseven/rt%C6%92ul-stud%CE%B3-f-stcked-up-lyers/ ))

David Smith - Cubi I, 1963. The Cubi series is a group of stainless steel sculptures built from cubes, rectangular solids and cylinders with spheroidal or flat endcaps. These pieces are among the last works completed by the sculptor David Smith who died in a car accident on May 23, 1965. he Cubis are among Smith's final experiments in his progression toward a more simplified, abstract form of expression.

David Smith - Cubi I, 1963. The Cubi series is a group of stainless steel sculptures built from cubes, rectangular solids and cylinders with spheroidal or flat endcaps. These pieces are among the last works completed by the sculptor David Smith who died in a car accident on May 23, 1965. he Cubis are among Smith's final experiments in his progression toward a more simplified, abstract form of expression.

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