|LC control no.||n 50050817
|Personal name heading||Lipchitz, Jacques, 1891-1973
|Variant(s)||Lipchitz, Chaim Jacob, 1891-1973
Lifshits, Z'ak, 1891-1973
Lipšic, Žak, 1891-1973
Lipshit︠s︡, Zhak, 1891-1973
Lifshits, Zshaḳ, 1891-1973
Lifshits, Yaʻaḳov, 1891-1973
Lipschitz, Jacques, 1891-1973
|Place of birth||Druskininkai (Lithuania)
|Place of death||Capri (Italy)
|Profession or occupation||Sculptors
|Special note||Machine-derived non-Latin script reference project.
Non-Latin script reference not evaluated.
|Found in||His Twelve bronzes, 1943.
His Z'aḳ Lifshits, 1971: cover (Jacques Lipchitz; b. 4/22/1891 in Lithuania)
Encyc. Judaica, c1971 (Lipchitz, Jacques (Chaim Jacob)) Decennial (died 1973)
Filadelfiĭskai︠a︡ nakhodka, 1996: t.p. (Zhak Lipshit︠s︡)
Bénézit, 1999: (born Aug. 30, 1891 in Grodno; died May 27, 1973 in Capri)
Encyc. Brit. Micropedia, 1985: vol. 7, p. 385 (died May 26, 1973 in Capri)
Wikipedia, viewed June 15, 2015: (Jacques Lipchitz; born 22 August 1891 in Druskininkai, Lithuania; died 16 May 1973 in Capri, Italy; Cubist sculptor; moved from Lithuania to Paris to study at the École des Beaux-Arts and the Académie Julian in 1909; left France for the United States in 1940; was one of 250 sculptors who exhibited in the Third Sculpture International Exhibition held at the Philadelphia Museum of Art in the summer of 1949; beginning in 1963 he returned to Europe for several months of each year and worked in Pietrasanta, Italy)
Architektonik des plastischen, 1923: page 24 (Jacques Lipschitz)