Calders Revisited

October 1972
New Yorker;10/28/1972, Vol. 48 Issue 36, p30
The article focuses on the life of American painter Alexander Calder in France. Calder and his wife Louisa occasionally visit the U.S. In France, he established a studio and a house on the Indre River in Touraine. Louisa appreciates the climate of France which is mild. The Calders do not have much of a social life as their time is usually devoted to painting and Louisa having been busy with her greenhouse.


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