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Glider Containing a Water Mill in Neighboring Metals

Marcel Duchamp, 1913 – 1915
Glider Containing a Water Mill in Neighboring Metals, Marcel Duchamp
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Glider Containing a Water Mill in Neighboring Metals is a Dadaist Glass and Lead Wire Sculpture created by Marcel Duchamp from 1913 to 1915. It lives at the Philadelphia Museum of Art in the United States. The image is © Estate of Marcel Duchamp / ARS, New York / ADAGP, Paris, and used according to Educational Fair Use, and tagged Sculpture. Source

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