Jean Arp or Hans Arp (16 September 1886 – 7 June 1966) was a German-French sculptor, painter, poet, and abstract artist in other media such as torn and pasted paper.
When Arp spoke in German he referred to himself as "Hans", and when he spoke in French he referred to himself as "Jean".
Artist as subject
Sidney Janis Gallery Leaflet for an exhibition entitled, ‘Selection of French Art’ at the Sidney Janis Gallery
Ernst Schwitters, recipients: Kurt Schwitters, Edith “Wanty” Thomas Letter from Ernst Schwitters to Kurt Schwitters and Edith Thomas (‘Wanty’) about his financial troubles, photography and his Kurt Schwitters’ health
Pinacotheca Gallery (New York, USA) Photocopy of an exhibition catalogue for ‘Kurt Schwitters’ at The Pinacotheca Jan-Feb 1948
Eileen Agar, Andrew Lambirth Typewritten lecture entitled ‘Surrealism in England in the 1930s’ given by Andrew Lambirth and Eileen Agar at the Royal College of Art
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