- Alexander,1898–1976, U.S. sculptor; originator of mobiles.
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Apparently, Calder modeled directly in plaster rather than starting out in clay or wax."Cheval" of a Different Color
November 21, 2012
From Calder to bedazzled tribal cuffs, the jewels at New York Fashion Week are oversized and outrageous.All That Glitters
February 17, 2009
“I am afraid you will be disappointed,” remarked Captain Calder.
However, that was a point Captain Calder could alone decide.
Mr Calder and the other officers had overheard what was said.
It was not Calder, for I've asked him, an' he wanted to fight me.The Day's Work, Volume 1
January, 1720, saw distress and confusion at Calder in Mid Lothian.Witch Stories</p>
E. Lynn (Elizabeth Lynn) Linton
- Alexander. 1898–1976, US sculptor, who originated mobiles and stabiles (moving or static abstract sculptures, generally suspended from wire).
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