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Brancusi

[ brahng-koo-zee, brang-; Romanian brahng-koosh ]
/ brɑŋˈku zi, bræŋ-; Romanian brɑŋˈkuʃ /
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noun
Con·stan·tin [kon-stuhn-tin; Romanian kon-stahn-teen], /ˈkɒn stən tɪn; Romanian ˌkɒn stɑnˈtin/, 1876–1957, Romanian sculptor.
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How to use Brancusi in a sentence

  • Cézanne, Léger, Miró, and Rousseau were among the artists he collected, along with a group of Brancusi sculptures.

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  • Best known of all Romanian sculptors is Constantin Brancusi, who is considered one of the great sculptors of the world.

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British Dictionary definitions for Brancusi

Brancusi
/ (bræŋˈkuːzɪ, Romanian briŋˈkuʃj) /

noun
Constantin (konstanˈtin). 1876–1957, Romanian sculptor, noted for his streamlined abstractions of animal forms
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