Georgius Rickey

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Georgius Warren Rickey (South Bend Indianae 6 Iunii 1907; Sancti Pauli Minnesotae 17 Iulii 2002[1]) fuit sculptor kineticus Americanus. Qui plerumque ab Alexandro Calder et Davide Smith motus est. Collegium Glenalmond frequentavit, et gradum A.B. in historia in Collegio Balliolensi Oxoniae obtinuit. Praeterea in Académie L'Hote et Académie Moderne Lutetiae arti studuit. In nonnullis scholis et universitatibus docuit, plerumque in Instituto Polytechnico Rensselaerano et aliis universitatibus Americanis.

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  • Davidson, Maxwell. 2004. George Rickey: the early works. Atglen Pennsilvaniae: Schiffer Pub. ISBN 0764319922.
  • Honolulu Museum of Art. 2014. Spalding House Self-guided Tour, Sculpture Garden.
  • Kvaran, Einar Einarsson. 1989. An Annotated Inventory of Outdoor Sculpture in Washtenaw County. Master's degree project.
  • New Jersey State Museum. 197. Sculptures by George Rickey and James Seawright. Trentoniae: New Jersey State Museum.
  • Popper, Frank. 1968. Origins and Development of Kinetic Art. Londinii: Studio Vista et New York Graphic Society.
  • Rickey, George. 1967. Constructivism: origins and evolution. Novi Eboraci: George Braziller.
  • Rickey, George, et Nan Rosenthal. 1977. George Rickey. Novi Eboraci: H. N. Abrams. ISBN 0810904330.
  • Thalacker, Donald. 1980. The Place of Art In the World of Architecture. Novi Eboraci: Chelsea House Publishers.

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