XIX - XXth century sculptures
LAMBERT-RUCKI Jean (1888-1967)
He attended the Beaux-Arts in Cracow, came in Paris in 1911 where he joined his friend Kisling and met Modigliani and Soutine. He also adopted cubism and became friend with Miklos, Csaky and Survage. After the war, he exhibited with the golden section of the cubist sculptors, in mixing precious wood and mosaic. He later worked on religious themes. His bronzes are cast by Blanchet-Landowski, Godard and others.