The Tree of Life

Acclaimed artist Jacques Lipchitz (1891 – 1973) was commissioned to create his “Tree of Life” monumental bronze sculpture as a commemoration of the building and opening of the Los Angeles County Music Center in 1971.
 
“The Tree of Life” bronze dominates as sparkling fountain in the central plaza – a wonderful space between the intimate Mark Taper Forum Theater, the larger Ahmanson Theater and the Music Center Auditorium.
 
Lipchitz further developed the theme of the “Tree of Life” into a trio of color lithographs that can be individually framed for your wall(s). They were published within titled, linen-bound folio boards.
 
We are offering to our Collectors this aesthetically beautiful commemorative folio of three color lithographs for $2000. if available, individual lithographs would be priced at $800.
 
Yes, I offer European, Asian, Latin works on paper and sculpture, specifically works on paper, canvas and sculpture by :
GERHARD MARCKS, KATHE KOLLWITZ, JOSEF ALBERS, GYORGY KEPES, HERMAN STRUCK, WERNER DREWES, LYONEL FEININGER, HUBERT VON HERKOMER MODIGLIANI, HENRY MOORE, SOREL ETROG, MIRIAM CARMEAN, GEORGE BAKER, G.B.PIRANESI, MAX POLLAK, CHRISTOPHER WEIGEL, JOHN PAUL JONES, JUNE WAYNE, NICK BRIGANTE, ARTHUR JOHN STRUTT, HERBERT BAYER, CHRISTOF VON SICHEM, JAN PIETERSZAN SAENREDAM, HELEN LUNDEBERG, WERNER DREWES, LYND WARD, ROCKWELL KENT, PAUL LANDACRE, AMEDEO MODIGLIANI, GABOR PETERDI, BRUCE BARNBAUM, SAM MALOOF, PETER KRASNOW, JOHN LANGLEY HOWARD, MAX YAVNO, BETYE SAAR, MAX WEBER, HARRY STERNBERG, MARC CHAGALL, DON RICO, JOSEPH GOLDYNE, LORSER FEITELSON, REMBRANDT, RUTH BERNHARD,…and the list goes on and on.
 
 
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Acclaimed artist Jacques Lipchitz (1891 – 1973) was commissioned to create his “Tree of Life” monumental bronze sculpture as a commemoration of the building and opening of the Los Angeles County Music Center in 1971.
 
“The Tree of Life” bronze dominates as sparkling fountain in the central plaza – a wonderful space between the intimate Mark Taper Forum Theater, the larger Ahmanson Theater and the Music Center Auditorium.
 
Lipchitz further developed the theme of the “Tree of Life” into a trio of color lithographs that can be individually framed for your wall(s). They were published within titled, linen-bound folio boards.
 
We are offering to our Collectors this aesthetically beautiful commemorative folio of three color lithographs for $2000. if available, individual lithographs would be priced at $800.