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Jean Arp 
Alsatian sculptor, painter, poet and abstract artist
Jean Harp en 1925, photographe anonyme, illustration extraite de De Stijl, Janvier 1926.
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Name in native language
  • Jean Arp (1936–)
Date of birth16 September 1886
Date of death7 June 1966
Place of burial
  • Locarno cemetery
  • Arp, Hans Peter Wilhelm
  • Arp, Hans Jean
Work period (start)
  • 1903
Work period (end)
  • 1966
Country of citizenship
Member of
Native language
  • Käthe Bockelmann
  • François Arp
Work location
  • Meudon
  • Austria
  • Clamart
  • Grasse
  • Nérac
  • Paris
  • Strasbourg
  • Veyrier-du-Lac
  • Weimar
  • Amsterdam
  • Zürich
  • United States of America
Notable work
  • Evocation of a Form: Human, Lunar, Spectral
  • Tabarna
Award received
Authority file
Wikidata Q153739
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VIAF ID: 7386175
GND ID: 118504398
Library of Congress authority ID: n79134995
Bibliothèque nationale de France ID: 118892095
IdRef ID: 086114166
NDL Authority ID: 00431762
NL CR AUT ID: jn19990000268
HDS ID: 011477
SELIBR ID: 175927
Biblioteca Nacional de España ID: XX959061
Nationale Thesaurus voor Auteursnamen ID: 068394918
NORAF ID: 90343382
NUKAT ID: n98041904
NLP ID (old): a0000001181731
Libris-URI: pm133qp727w7180
PLWABN ID: 9810646496405606
National Library of Israel J9U ID: 987007257960505171
FranceArchives agent ID: 18615295
CiNii Books author ID: DA03369787
SBN author ID: RAVV025393
Open Library ID: OL56750A
Digitale Bibliotheek voor de Nederlandse Letteren author ID: arp_002
Union List of Artist Names ID: 500031000
MusicBrainz artist ID: 65d3745e-94c3-4382-b65a-ee0b2d7adcce
RKDartists ID: 2590
SIKART ID: 4023372
Itaú Cultural ID: pessoa485568/hans-arp
Europeana entity: agent/base/61262
IMDb ID: nm1089007
KulturNav-ID: 520ca0fe-d6dd-4a25-801f-0dd88c34ab42
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Deutsch: Hans Arp (* 16. September 1886 in Straßburg; † 7. Juni 1966 Basel) war ein deutsch-französischer Maler, Bildhauer und Dichter.
English: Jean Arp (Hans Arp) — a 20th-century French/German/Swiss Modern artist, a painter, sculptor, and poet. Born September 16, 1886 in Strasbourg, Germany (now in France), and died June 7, 1966 in Basel, Switzerland. Jean Arp is well known for his participation in the Dada and Surrealism art movements.
Français : Jean Arp.


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