Isamu Noguchi Installation view of his solo exhibition at Mitsukoshi Department Store Tokyo 1950

Isamu Noguchi-- Installation view of his solo exhibition at Mitsukoshi Department Store Tokyo, 1950

noguchimuseum:  “ Isamu Noguchi, Pigeon, 1985, Bronze plate  (private collection)  Photo by Kevin Noble  The Noguchi Museum Archive  ”

noguchimuseum: “ Isamu Noguchi, Pigeon, Bronze plate (private collection) Photo by Kevin Noble The Noguchi Museum Archive ”

Isamu Noguchi (野口 勇 Noguchi Isamu, Nov 17, 1904 – Dec 30, 1988), prominent Japanese American artist and landscape architect whose artistic career spanned six decades, from the 1920s onward. Known for his sculpture and public works, Noguchi also designed stage sets for various Martha Graham productions, and several mass-produced lamps and furniture pieces, some of which are still manufactured and sold.

Isamu Noguchi (野口 勇 Noguchi Isamu, Nov 1904 – Dec prominent Japanese American sculptor, artist and landscape architect.

Isamu Noguchi: Variations at Pace Gallery | The Noguchi Museum

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Isamu Noguchi - Slide Mantra 1966-1985 Botticino Marble

Inspired Monday Morning: Isamu Noguchi

'Slide Mantra' model by Isamu Noguchi Botticino marble, x x in. via The Noguchi Museum

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Isamu Noguchi (born Los Angeles) working on “MU,” sculpture for Garden at Shin Banraisha at Keio University, Tokyo, Japan,

Isamu Noguchi, Secret, 1983, Gemini G.E.L.

Available for sale from Gemini G., Isamu Noguchi, Secret Galvanized Steel, 9 × 11 × 8 in

Isamu Noguchi, 'The Footstep,' 1958. Mannari granite, pine. Inspired by Buddhapada (footprint of the Buddha) stones seen in India, this floor sculpture was at one time used as a stepping stone at the base of stairs in Noguchi's Long Island City studio and home. #仏足石

Isamu Noguchi, 'The Footstep,' Mannari granite, pine. Inspired by Buddhapada (footprint of the Buddha) stones seen in India, this floor sculpture was at one time used as a stepping stone at the base of stairs in Noguchi's Long Island City studio and home.

Isamu Noguchi, Worksheets for sculpture

Worksheet for Sculpture Noguchi Museum, New York photo by Kevin Noble

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