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ART-AUCTIONS/
RTX1B6UE
May 02, 2015
A man looks at Romanian sculptor Constantin Brancusi's "La muse endormie I", estimated at between $8-12...
New York, UNITED STATES
Man looks at Brancusi's "La muse endormie I" ahead of a preview event to Christie's upcoming impressionist,...
A man looks at Romanian sculptor Constantin Brancusi's "La muse endormie I", estimated at between $8-12 million, ahead of a preview event to Christie's upcoming impressionist, modern and contemporary art sale in the Manhattan borough of New York May 1, 2015. With prices for top-tier works of art at an all-time high, records for paintings and sculpture appear certain to fall at upcoming spring auctions in New York by Christie's and Sotheby's. REUTERS/Darren Ornitz
ROMANIA/
RTR2TV6C
November 11, 2011
A model wears shoes with heels inspired by the Endless Column, a sculpture made by Constantin Brancusi,...
Bucharest, Romania
A model wears shoes with heels inspired by the Endless Column, a sculpture made by Brancusi, during the...
A model wears shoes with heels inspired by the Endless Column, a sculpture made by Constantin Brancusi, during the fashion show "100%.RO", by French fashion designer Philippe Guilet inspired by Romania's cultural heritage, at the French embassy in Bucharest late November 10, 2011. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT FASHION)
BRITAIN/
RTR2SKT2
October 12, 2011
Visitors stand around Pierre Huyghe's "Recollection" which includes a giant hermit crab carrying its...
London, United Kingdom
Visitors stand around Pierre Huyghe's "Recollection" which includes a giant hermit crab carrying its...
Visitors stand around Pierre Huyghe's "Recollection" which includes a giant hermit crab carrying its home, which is a replica of Brancusi's "Sleeping Muse" at the Frieze Art Fair in Regents Park, central London, October 12, 2011. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
RTR2SKT0
October 12, 2011
A giant hermit crab carries its home, a replica of Brancusi's "Sleeping Muse", in Pierre Huyghe's "Recollection"...
London, United Kingdom
A giant hermit crab carries its home, a replica of Brancusi's "Sleeping Muse", in Pierre Huyghe's "Recollection"...
A giant hermit crab carries its home, a replica of Brancusi's "Sleeping Muse", in Pierre Huyghe's "Recollection" which was commissioned for the Frieze Art Fair in Regents Park, central London October 12, 2011. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
RTR2SKS4
October 12, 2011
A giant hermit crab carries its home, a replica of Brancusi's "Sleeping Muse", in Pierre Huyghe's "Recollection"...
London, United Kingdom
A giant hermit crab carries its home, a replica of Brancusi's "Sleeping Muse", in Pierre Huyghe's "Recollection"...
A giant hermit crab carries its home, a replica of Brancusi's "Sleeping Muse", in Pierre Huyghe's "Recollection" which was commissioned for the Frieze Art Fair in Regents Park, central London October 12, 2011. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
SPAIN
RTR2SCQJ
October 07, 2011
A visitor walks past the twin sculptures "The Consequence of Consequence", forged solid steel blocks,...
Bilbao, Spain
A visitor walks past the twin sculptures "The Consequence of Consequence" by Serra during a preview of...
A visitor walks past the twin sculptures "The Consequence of Consequence", forged solid steel blocks, by Richard Serra during a preview of "Brancusi Serra" at the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao October 7, 2011. The exhibition, opening on Saturday, featuring the works of Constantin Brancusi and U.S. sculptor Richard Serra, runs until April 2012. Curator Oliver Wick described the third element of the interaction between the two sculptors as Frank Gehry, architect of the museum. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
SPAIN
RTR2SCQA
October 07, 2011
Visitors observe a sculpture carved in oak by Constantin Brancusi (C) and "Belts" by Richard Serra (R)...
Bilbao, Spain
Visitors observe sculptures by Brancusi and Serra during a preview of "Brancusi Serra" at the Guggenheim...
Visitors observe a sculpture carved in oak by Constantin Brancusi (C) and "Belts" by Richard Serra (R) during a preview of "Brancusi Serra" at the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao June 14, 2011. The exhibition, opening on Saturday, featuring the works of Brancusi and U.S. sculptor Richard Serra, runs until April 2012. Curator Oliver Wick described the third element of the interaction between the two sculptors as Frank Gehry, architect of the museum. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
SPAIN
RTR2SCQ6
October 07, 2011
A visitor observes the sculpture "1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8" by Richard Serra during a preview of "Brancusi Serra"...
Bilbao, Spain
A visitor observes the sculpture "1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8" by Serra during a preview of "Brancusi Serra" at the...
A visitor observes the sculpture "1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8" by Richard Serra during a preview of "Brancusi Serra" at the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao October 7, 2011. The exhibition, opening on Saturday, featuring the works of Constantin Brancusi and U.S. sculptor Richard Serra, runs until April 2012. Curator Oliver Wick described the third element of the interaction between the two sculptors as Frank Gehry, architect of the museum. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
SPAIN/
RTR2SCPY
October 07, 2011
An attendant sits near the 1966 sculpture "Belts" by Richard Serra during a preview of "Brancusi Serra"...
Bilbao, Spain
An attendant sits near the 1966 sculpture "Belts" by Richard Serra during a preview of "Brancusi Serra"...
An attendant sits near the 1966 sculpture "Belts" by Richard Serra during a preview of "Brancusi Serra" at the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao October 7, 2011. The exhibition, opening on Saturday, featuring the works of Constantin Brancusi and U.S. sculptor Richard Serra, runs until April 2012. Curator Oliver Wick described the third element of the interaction between the two sculptors as Frank Gehry, architect of the museum. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SPAIN
RTR2SCPS
October 07, 2011
Visitors observe the sculpture "Princess X" by Constantin Brancusi during a preview of "Brancusi Serra"...
Bilbao, Spain
Visitors observe the sculpture "Princess X" by Brancusi during a preview of "Brancusi Serra" at the Guggenheim...
Visitors observe the sculpture "Princess X" by Constantin Brancusi during a preview of "Brancusi Serra" at the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao October 7, 2011. The exhibition, opening on Saturday, featuring the works of Brancusi and U.S. sculptor Richard Serra, runs until April 2012. Curator Oliver Wick described the third element of the interaction between the two sculptors as Frank Gehry, architect of the museum. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
SPAIN
RTR2SCPG
October 07, 2011
The sculpture "Le Baiser" by Constantin Brancusi is displayed during a preview of "Brancusi Serra" at...
Bilbao, Spain
The sculpture "Le Baiser" by Brancusi is displayed during a preview of "Brancusi Serra" at the Guggenheim...
The sculpture "Le Baiser" by Constantin Brancusi is displayed during a preview of "Brancusi Serra" at the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao October 7, 2011. The exhibition, opening on Saturday, featuring the works of Brancusi and U.S. sculptor Richard Serra, runs until April 2012. Curator Oliver Wick described the third element of the interaction between the two sculptors as Frank Gehry, architect of the museum. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
SPAIN
RTR2SCPC
October 07, 2011
The 1911 gilded bronze sculpture "Prometheus" by Constantin Brancusi is displayed during a preview of...
Bilbao, Spain
The sculpture "Prometheus" by Brancusi is displayed during a preview of "Brancusi Serra" at the Guggenheim...
The 1911 gilded bronze sculpture "Prometheus" by Constantin Brancusi is displayed during a preview of "Brancusi Serra" at the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao October 7, 2011. The exhibition, opening on Saturday, featuring the works of Brancusi and U.S. sculptor Richard Serra, runs until April 2012. Curator Oliver Wick described the third element of the interaction between the two sculptors as Frank Gehry, architect of the museum. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
SPAIN
RTR2SCP7
October 07, 2011
A visitor observes sculptures by Constantin Brancusi during a preview of "Brancusi Serra" at the Guggenheim...
Bilbao, Spain
A visitor observes sculptures by Brancusi during a preview of "Brancusi Serra" at the Guggenheim Museum...
A visitor observes sculptures by Constantin Brancusi during a preview of "Brancusi Serra" at the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao October 7, 2011. The exhibition, opening on Saturday, featuring the works of Brancusi and U.S. sculptor Richard Serra, runs until April 2012. Curator Oliver Wick described the third element of the interaction between the two sculptors as Frank Gehry, architect of the museum. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
SPAIN
RTR2SCOZ
October 07, 2011
A visitor observes the sculpture "Bird in Space" by Constantin Brancusi during a preview of "Brancusi...
Bilbao, Spain
A visitor observes the sculpture "Bird in Space" by Brancusi during a preview of "Brancusi Serra" at...
A visitor observes the sculpture "Bird in Space" by Constantin Brancusi during a preview of "Brancusi Serra" at the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao October 7, 2011. The exhibition, opening on Saturday, featuring the works of Brancusi and U.S. sculptor Richard Serra, runs until April 2012. Curator Oliver Wick described the third element of the interaction between the two sculptors as Frank Gehry, architect of the museum. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
ROMANIA/
RTXSHZH
September 21, 2010
A tourist takes a picture of the Endless Column, a cast iron sculpture made by Constantin Brancusi, in...
Bucharest, Romania
A tourist takes a picture of the Endless Column, a cast iron sculpture made by Constantin Brancusi, in...
A tourist takes a picture of the Endless Column, a cast iron sculpture made by Constantin Brancusi, in Targu Jiu, 300 km (186 miles) west of Bucharest, September 20, 2010. The Endless Column together with the Table of Silence and the Gate of the Kiss are part of a World War I monument erected in 1938 by Brancusi, a pioneer of modern abstract sculpture whose work inspired numerous modernist sculptors. Picture taken September 20, 2010. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
ROMANIA/
RTXSHZD
September 21, 2010
The Endless Column, a cast iron sculpture made by Constantin Brancusi, is seen in Targu Jiu, 300 km (186...
Bucharest, Romania
The Endless Column, a cast iron sculpture made by Constantin Brancusi, is seen in Targu Jiu
The Endless Column, a cast iron sculpture made by Constantin Brancusi, is seen in Targu Jiu, 300 km (186 miles) west of Bucharest, September 20, 2010. The Endless Column together with the Table of Silence and the Gate of the Kiss are part of a World War I monument erected in 1938 by Brancusi, a pioneer of modern abstract sculpture whose work inspired numerous modernist sculptors. Picture taken September 20, 2010. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
ROMANIA/
RTXSHZ1
September 21, 2010
Tourists take pictures of the Gate of the Kiss, a marble sculpture made by Constantin Brancusi, in Targu...
Bucharest, Romania
Tourists take pictures of the Gate of the Kiss, a marble sculpture made by Constantin Brancusi, in Targu...
Tourists take pictures of the Gate of the Kiss, a marble sculpture made by Constantin Brancusi, in Targu Jiu, 300 km (186 miles) west of Bucharest, September 20, 2010. The Gate of the Kiss together with the Endless Column and the Table of Silence are part of a World War I monument erected in 1938 by Brancusi, a pioneer of modern abstract sculpture whose work inspired numerous modernist sculptors. Picture taken September 20, 2010. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
ROMANIA/
RTXSHYY
September 21, 2010
Tourists pose as they sit around the Table of Silence, a limestone sculpture made by Constantin Brancusi,...
Bucharest, Romania
Tourists pose as they sit around the Table of Silence, a limestone sculpture made by Constantin Brancusi,...
Tourists pose as they sit around the Table of Silence, a limestone sculpture made by Constantin Brancusi, in Targu Jiu, 300 km (186 miles) west of Bucharest, September 20, 2010. The Table of Silence together with the Endless Column and the Gate of the Kiss are part of a World War I monument erected in 1938 by Brancusi, a pioneer of modern abstract sculpture whose work inspired numerous modernist sculptors. Picture taken September 20, 2010. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
ROMANIA/
RTXSHYP
September 21, 2010
A couple embraces under the Gate of the Kiss, a marble sculpture made by Constantin Brancusi, in Targu...
Bucharest, Romania
A couple embraces under the Gate of the Kiss, a marble sculpture made by Constantin Brancusi, in Targu...
A couple embraces under the Gate of the Kiss, a marble sculpture made by Constantin Brancusi, in Targu Jiu, 300 km (186 miles) west of Bucharest, September 20, 2010. The Gate of the Kiss together with the Endless Column and the Table of Silence are part of a World War I monument erected in 1938 by Brancusi, a pioneer of modern abstract sculpture whose work inspired numerous modernist sculptors. Picture taken September 20, 2010. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
ROMANIA/
RTXSHYM
September 21, 2010
Tourists walk towards the Endless Column, a cast iron sculpture made by Constantin Brancusi, in Targu...
Bucharest, Romania
Tourists walk towards the Endless Column, a cast iron sculpture made by Constantin Brancusi, in Targu...
Tourists walk towards the Endless Column, a cast iron sculpture made by Constantin Brancusi, in Targu Jiu, 300 km (186 miles) west of Bucharest, September 20, 2010. The Endless Column together with the Table of Silence and the Gate of the Kiss are part of a World War I monument erected in 1938 by Brancusi, a pioneer of modern abstract sculpture whose work inspired numerous modernist sculptors. Picture taken September 20, 2010. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
ROMANIA/
RTXSHYK
September 21, 2010
Tourists walk around the Table of Silence, a limestone sculpture made by Constantin Brancusi in Targu...
Bucharest, Romania
Tourists walk around the Table of Silence, a limestone sculpture made by Constantin Brancusi in Targu...
Tourists walk around the Table of Silence, a limestone sculpture made by Constantin Brancusi in Targu Jiu, 300 km (186 miles) west of Bucharest, September 20, 2010. The Table of Silence together with the Endless Column and the Gate of the Kiss are part of a World War I monument erected in 1938 by Brancusi, a pioneer of modern abstract sculpture whose work inspired numerous modernist sculptors. Picture taken September 20, 2010. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
SPAIN/
RTR24Z8M
June 24, 2009
A man looks at Constantin Brancusi's sculpture named "The Prayer" during a media presentation of the...
Madrid, Spain
Man looks at Brancusi's sculpture named "The Prayer" during media presentation at Madrid's Mapfre Foundation...
A man looks at Constantin Brancusi's sculpture named "The Prayer" during a media presentation of the exhibit "Forgetting Rodin? Sculpture in Paris 1905-1914" at Madrid's Mapfre Foundation June 24, 2009. The exhibit showcases the sculptures of the most important artists of the early twentieth century. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN SOCIETY)
FRANCE/
RTXBVV9
February 21, 2009
"Madame L.R." by Constantin Brancusi is displayed during the exhibition of the private art collection...
Paris, France
"Madame L.R." by Constantin Brancusi is displayed during the exhibition of the private art collection...
"Madame L.R." by Constantin Brancusi is displayed during the exhibition of the private art collection of French fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent and his partner Pierre Berge at the Grand Palais in Paris February 21, 2009. The collection will be auctioned and sold in Paris February 23, 2009, in partnership with Christie's and auction house Pierre Berge and Associates. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau (FRANCE)
ROMANIA-SARKOZY/
RTR1WJVX
February 01, 2008
Jeweller Ovidiu Paraianu displays a ring he created in the hopes of selling it to French President Nicolas...
Bucharest, Romania
Jeweller Ovidiu Paraianu displays a ring he created in the hopes of selling it to French President Nicolas...
Jeweller Ovidiu Paraianu displays a ring he created in the hopes of selling it to French President Nicolas Sarkozy for 6,000 euros ($8,877), in Bucharest February 1, 2008. The 5.12 gram ring shows a map of France surrounded by sapphires, rubies and diamonds and is meant for Sarkozy's girlfriend, former model Carla Bruni. The ring, with jewels the colours of the French flag, features a miniature replica of a sculpture by Romanian artist Constantin Brancusi who lived and worked in France. Sarkozy will pay a one-day visit to Romania on February 4, 2008. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA)
ROMANIA-SARKOZY/
RTR1WJVW
February 01, 2008
Jeweller Ovidiu Paraianu displays a ring he created in the hopes of selling it to French President Nicolas...
Bucharest, Romania
Jeweller Ovidiu Paraianu displays a ring he created in the hopes of selling it to French President Nicolas...
Jeweller Ovidiu Paraianu displays a ring he created in the hopes of selling it to French President Nicolas Sarkozy for 6,000 euros ($8,877), in Bucharest February 1, 2008. The 5.12 gram ring shows a map of France surrounded by sapphires, rubies and diamonds and is meant for Sarkozy's girlfriend, former model Carla Bruni. The ring, with jewels the colours of the French flag, features a miniature replica of a sculpture by Romanian artist Constantin Brancusi who lived and worked in France. Sarkozy will pay a one-day visit to Romania on February 4, 2008. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA)
ROMANIA-SARKOZY/
RTR1WJVQ
February 01, 2008
Jeweller Ovidiu Paraianu displays a ring he created in the hopes of selling it to French President Nicolas...
Bucharest, Romania
Jeweller Ovidiu Paraianu displays a ring he created in the hopes of selling it to French President Nicolas...
Jeweller Ovidiu Paraianu displays a ring he created in the hopes of selling it to French President Nicolas Sarkozy for 6,000 euros ($8,877), in Bucharest February 1, 2008. The 5.12 gram ring shows a map of France surrounded by sapphires, rubies and diamonds and is meant for Sarkozy's girlfriend, former model Carla Bruni. The ring, with jewels the colours of the French flag, features a miniature replica of a sculpture by Romanian artist Constantin Brancusi who lived and worked in France. Sarkozy will pay a one-day visit to Romania on February 4, 2008. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA)
ROMANIA-SARKOZY/
RTR1WJVO
February 01, 2008
Jeweller Ovidiu Paraianu displays a ring he created in the hopes of selling it to French President Nicolas...
Bucharest, Romania
Jeweller Ovidiu Paraianu displays a ring he created in the hopes of selling it to French President Nicolas...
Jeweller Ovidiu Paraianu displays a ring he created in the hopes of selling it to French President Nicolas Sarkozy for 6,000 euros ($8,877), in Bucharest February 1, 2008. The 5.12 gram ring shows a map of France surrounded by sapphires, rubies and diamonds and is meant for Sarkozy's girlfriend, former model Carla Bruni. The ring, with jewels the colours of the French flag, features a miniature replica of a sculpture by Romanian artist Constantin Brancusi who lived and worked in France. Sarkozy will pay a one-day visit to Romania on February 4, 2008. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA)
ROMANIA-SARKOZY/
RTR1WJVN
February 01, 2008
Jeweller Ovidiu Paraianu displays a ring he created in the hopes of selling it to French President Nicolas...
Bucharest, Romania
Jeweller Ovidiu Paraianu displays a ring he created in the hopes of selling it to French President Nicolas...
Jeweller Ovidiu Paraianu displays a ring he created in the hopes of selling it to French President Nicolas Sarkozy for 6,000 euros ($8,877), in Bucharest February 1, 2008. The 5.12 gram ring shows a map of France surrounded by sapphires, rubies and diamonds and is meant for Sarkozy's girlfriend, former model Carla Bruni. The ring, with jewels the colours of the French flag, features a miniature replica of a sculpture by Romanian artist Constantin Brancusi who lived and worked in France. Sarkozy will pay a one-day visit to Romania on February 4, 2008. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA)
ROMANIA-SARKOZY/
RTR1WJVI
February 01, 2008
Jeweller Ovidiu Paraianu displays a ring he created in the hopes of selling it to French President Nicolas...
Bucharest, Romania
Jeweller Ovidiu Paraianu displays a ring he created in the hopes of selling it to French President Nicolas...
Jeweller Ovidiu Paraianu displays a ring he created in the hopes of selling it to French President Nicolas Sarkozy for 6,000 euros ($8,877), in Bucharest February 1, 2008. The 5.12 gram ring shows a map of France surrounded by sapphires, rubies and diamonds and is meant for Sarkozy's girlfriend, former model Carla Bruni. The ring, with jewels the colours of the French flag, features a miniature replica of a sculpture by Romanian artist Constantin Brancusi who lived and worked in France. Sarkozy will pay a one-day visit to Romania on February 4, 2008. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA)
ROMANIA ICEHOTEL
RTR15VHZ
February 05, 2006
A worker makes finishing touches on an ice sculpture, a copy of an artwork by Romanian-born modernist...
Bucharest, Romania
To match feature Romania Icehotel
A worker makes finishing touches on an ice sculpture, a copy of an artwork by Romanian-born modernist sculptor Constantin Brancusi, at the Balea Lac Ice Hotel in Fagaras mountains, 300 km (186 miles) northwest of Bucharest, January 31, 2006. Tucked away in a remote valley in Romania's Carpathian mountains, the tiny hotel has opened to try and attract tourists and their cash to the unspoilt forests of some of Europe's greatest wilderness. Romania, one of Europe's poorest countries which hopes to join the European Union next year, is struggling to build up its tourist industry saddled with crumbling, communist-era infrastructure. Photo taken January 31, 2006. To accompany feature Romania Icehotel.REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel
ROMANIA ICEHOTEL
RTR15VHN
February 05, 2006
A worker makes finishing touches on an ice sculpture, a copy of an artwork by Romanian-born modernist...
Bucharest, Romania
To accompany feature Romania Icehotel
A worker makes finishing touches on an ice sculpture, a copy of an artwork by Romanian-born modernist sculptor Constantin Brancusi, at the Balea Lac Ice Hotel in Fagaras mountains, 300 km (186 miles) northwest of Bucharest, February 1, 2006. Tucked away in a remote valley in Romania's Carpathian mountains, the tiny hotel has opened to try and attract tourists and their cash to the unspoilt forests of some of Europe's greatest wilderness. Romania, one of Europe's poorest countries which hopes to join the European Union next year, is struggling to build up its tourist industry saddled with crumbling, communist-era infrastructure. Photo taken February 1, 2006. To accompany feature Romania Icehotel. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel
ROMANIA ICEHOTEL
RTR19WFJ
February 01, 2006
A worker makes finishing touches on an ice sculpture, a copy of an artwork by Romanian-born modernist...
Bucharest, Romania
To accompany feature Romania Icehotel
A worker makes finishing touches on an ice sculpture, a copy of an artwork by Romanian-born modernist sculptor Constantin Brancusi, at the Balea Lac Ice Hotel in Fagaras mountains, 300 km (186 miles) northwest of Bucharest, February 1, 2006. Tucked away in a remote valley in Romania's Carpathian mountains, the tiny hotel has opened to try and attract tourists and their cash to the unspoilt forests of some of Europe's greatest wilderness. Romania, one of Europe's poorest countries which hopes to join the European Union next year, is struggling to build up its tourist industry saddled with crumbling, communist-era infrastructure. Photo taken February 1, 2006. To accompany feature Romania Icehotel. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel
ROMANIA ICEHOTEL
RTR19WGD
January 31, 2006
A worker makes finishing touches on an ice sculpture, a copy of an artwork by Romanian-born modernist...
Bucharest, Romania
To match feature Romania Icehotel
A worker makes finishing touches on an ice sculpture, a copy of an artwork by Romanian-born modernist sculptor Constantin Brancusi, at the Balea Lac Ice Hotel in Fagaras mountains, 300 km (186 miles) northwest of Bucharest, January 31, 2006. Tucked away in a remote valley in Romania's Carpathian mountains, the tiny hotel has opened to try and attract tourists and their cash to the unspoilt forests of some of Europe's greatest wilderness. Romania, one of Europe's poorest countries which hopes to join the European Union next year, is struggling to build up its tourist industry saddled with crumbling, communist-era infrastructure. Photo taken January 31, 2006. To accompany feature Romania Icehotel.REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel
BRANCUSI
RTXM36H
July 11, 2003
- PHOTO TAKEN 29JUN03 - View of disassembled stone sculpture called "The table of silence" by modern...
Bucharest, Romania
- PHOTO TAKEN 29JUN03 - View of disassembled stone sculpture called "The table of silence" by modern.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 29JUN03 - View of disassembled stone sculpture called "The table of silence" by modern master Constantin Brancusi in the river-front park of the southwestern Romanian industrial town of Targu Jiu (300km west of Bucharest). [The Romanian government began to renovate the works, which the Balkan county's most famous artist donated to his home town in 1937, but a wrangle with the local company conducting the restoration has left the sculptures broken or covered up for over a year.] Picture taken June 29, 2003.
BRANCUSI
RTXM36G
July 11, 2003
- PHOTO TAKEN 29JUN03 - A young couple kisses and another visitor walks under the "Gate of the Kiss",...
Bucharest, Romania
- PHOTO TAKEN 29JUN03 - A young couple kisses and another visitor walks under the "Gate of the Kiss".....
- PHOTO TAKEN 29JUN03 - A young couple kisses and another visitor walks under the "Gate of the Kiss", a monumental sculpture wrapped in plastic and scaffolding which is part of a complex by modern master Constantin Brancusi in the river-front park of the southwestern Romanian industrial town of Targu Jiu (300km west of Bucharest). [The Romanian government began to renovate the works, which the Balkan county's most famous artist donated to his home town in 1937, but a wrangle with the local company conducting the restoration has left the sculptures broken or covered up for over a year.] Picture taken June 29, 2003.
ROMANIA BRANCUSI
RTRRU8X
June 29, 2003
A young couple kisses and another visitor walks under the "Gate of the
Kiss", a monumental sculpture...
Bucharest, Romania
TO GO WITH FEATURE BC-ROMANIA-BRANCUSI.
A young couple kisses and another visitor walks under the "Gate of the
Kiss", a monumental sculpture wrapped in plastic and scaffolding which
is part of a complex by modern master Constantin Brancusi in the
river-front park of the southwestern Romanian industrial town of Targu
Jiu (300km west of Bucharest). The Romanian government began to
renovate the works, which the Balkan county's most famous artist
donated to his home town in 1937, but a wrangle with the local company
conducting the restoration has left the sculptures broken or covered up
for over a year. Picture taken June 29, 2003. TO GO WITH FEATURE
BC-ROMANIA-BRANCUSI. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel

BC/WS
RTRGAZ
June 29, 2003
View of disassembled stone sculpture called "The table of silence" by
modern master Constantin Brancusi...
Romania
TO GO WITH FEATURE BC-ROMANIA-BRANCUSI.
View of disassembled stone sculpture called "The table of silence" by
modern master Constantin Brancusi in the river-front park of the
southwestern Romanian industrial town of Targu Jiu (300km west of
Bucharest). The Romanian government began to renovate the works, which
the Balkan county's most famous artist donated to his home town in
1937, but a wrangle with the local company conducting the restoration
has left the sculptures broken or covered up for over a year. Picture
taken June 29, 2003. TO GO WITH FEATURE BC-ROMANIA-BRANCUSI.
REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel

BC/WS
ROMANIA
RTR2TO6
March 22, 2002
A special commemorative Romanian postage stamp issued to mark its
solidarity with the United States...
Bucharest, Romania
ROMANIAN SPECIAL COMMEMORATIVE POSTAGE STAMP TO MARK THE FIGHT AGAINST
TERRORISM.
A special commemorative Romanian postage stamp issued to mark its
solidarity with the United States in President George W. Bush's "War on
terrorism" is pictured March 22, 2002. The launch of the stamp, which
features the Statue of Liberty and detail from a gate built by
Romania's most famous sculptor Constantin Brancusi, is accompanied by
1,000 special first day covers bearing the slogan "United We Stand".
Romania hopes to be admitted to NATO in November and has been at pains
to stress its support for the U.S. since the September 11 attacks.
REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel

RS/AA
ROMANIA
RTR2TO1
March 22, 2002
A letter bearing the Romania's special commemorative postage stamp is
shown March 22, 2002 to mark its...
Bucharest, Romania
A LETTER BEARING ROMANIAN SPECIAL COMMEMORATIVE POSTAGE STAMP TO MARK
THE FIGHT AGAINST TERRORISM.
A letter bearing the Romania's special commemorative postage stamp is
shown March 22, 2002 to mark its solidarity with the United States in
President George W. Bush's "War on terrorism". The launch of the stamp,
which features the Statue of Liberty and detail from a gate built by
Romania's most famous sculptor Constantin Brancusi, is accompanied by
1,000 special first day covers bearing the slogan "United we Stand".
Romania hopes to be admitted to NATO in November and has been at pains
to stress its support for the U.S. since the September 11 attacks.
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November 13, 2001
Romanian President Ion Iliescu (R) and Queen Beatrix of The Netherlands
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Bucharest, Romania
ROMANIAN PRESIDENT ION ILIESCU AND QUEEN BEATRIX OF THE NETHERLANDS.
Romanian President Ion Iliescu (R) and Queen Beatrix of The Netherlands
(L) talk in front of a poster celebrating Romanian famous sculptor
Constantin Brancusi at Bucharest's international airport November 13,
2001. Beartix arrived in Romania for a three-day visit. REUTERS/Bogdan
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November 29, 2000
Visitor Gianluca Cane places a flower by a headstone for the character "Roy Batty" of the Ridley Scott...
Pocapaglia, Italy
VISITOR PLACES FLOWER BY ROY BATTY TOMBSTONE IN CHARACTER CEMETERY IN ITALY.
Visitor Gianluca Cane places a flower by a headstone for the character "Roy Batty" of the Ridley Scott movie " Blade Runner", in a cemetery near the Piedmont village of Pocapaglia, November 29, 2000. In the woodland cemetery, conceived by the"Eredi Brancusi" Foundation, visitors can place flowers, light candles and even pray by the headstones of famous film and book characters who died during the novel or film.

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November 29, 2000
Visitor Franco Ferrero touches "Mr Kurtz" tombstone, a character in the Joseph Conrad book "Heart of...
Pocapaglia, Italy
A VISITOR TOUCHES MR. KURTZ TOMBSTONE IN CHARACTER CEMETERY IN ITALY.
Visitor Franco Ferrero touches "Mr Kurtz" tombstone, a character in the Joseph Conrad book "Heart of darkness", in the cemetery near the Piedmont village of Pocapaglia, November 29, 2000. In the woodland cemetery, conceived by the "Eredi Brancusi" Foundation, visitors can place flowers, light candles and even pray by the headstones of famous films and books characters who died during the novel or film.

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November 29, 2000
Visitors Lilly Traverso (L) and Giovanni Orsello place flowers by Oscar Wilde's novel character "Dorian...
Pocapaglia, Italy
TWO VISITORS PLACE FLOWERS BY DORIAN GRAY'S TOMBSTONE IN CHARACTER CEMETERY IN ITALY.
Visitors Lilly Traverso (L) and Giovanni Orsello place flowers by Oscar Wilde's novel character "Dorian Gray" tombstone in the cemetery near the Piedmont village of Pocapaglia, November 29, 2000. In the woodland cemetery, conceived by the "Eredi Brancusi" Foundation, visitors can place flowers, light candles and even pray by the headstones of famous films and books characters.

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March 31, 2000
A model presents a dress in the autumn-winter collection of Romanian fashion designer Janina Stefan-Sarbu...
Bucharest, Romania
JANINA STEFAN-SARBU DESIGNS PRESENTED AT FASHION SHOW IN BUCHAREST.
A model presents a dress in the autumn-winter collection of Romanian fashion designer Janina Stefan-Sarbu in Bucharest late March 30. The collection is named "A la recherche de Brancusi" ("In quest of Brancusi" ), with creations inspired by the works of famous Romanian-born sculptor Constantin Brancusi.

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March 31, 2000
A model presents a dress in the autumn-winter collection of Romanian fashion designer Janina Stefan-Sarbu...
Bucharest, Romania
FASHION SHOW IN BUCHAREST.
A model presents a dress in the autumn-winter collection of Romanian fashion designer Janina Stefan-Sarbu in Bucharest late March 30. The collection is named "A la recherche de Brancusi" ("In quest of Brancusi" ), with creations inspired by the works of famous Romanian-born sculptor Constantin Brancusi.

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March 31, 2000
A model presents a dress in the autumn-winter collection of Romanian fashion designer Janina Stefan-Sarbu...
Bucharest, Romania
FASHION SHOW IN BUCHAREST.
A model presents a dress in the autumn-winter collection of Romanian fashion designer Janina Stefan-Sarbu in Bucharest late March 30. The collection is named "A la recherche de Brancusi" ("In quest of Brancusi" ), with creations inspired by the works of famous Romanian-born sculptor Constantin Brancusi.

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A model presents a dress in the autumn-winter collection of Romanian fashion designer Janina Stefan-Sarbu...
Bucharest, Romania
JANINA STEFAN-SARBU DESIGNS PRESENTED AT FASHION SHOW IN BUCHAREST.
A model presents a dress in the autumn-winter collection of Romanian fashion designer Janina Stefan-Sarbu in Bucharest late March 30. The collection is named "A la recherche de Brancusi" ("In quest of Brancusi" ), with creations inspired by the works of famous Romanian-born sculptor Constantin Brancusi.

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