Berkeley, California: Judah L. Magnes Memorial Museum, 1973. Softbound. Oblong, octavo, stapled paper covers, 8 pp., b/w photos, exhibits and chronology. Very Good. Item #32895
In 1960 in Brazilia while doing murals in the university for the well-known architect Oscar Niemeyer, Brochard originated the idea of cutting and forging steel pieces as a third dimension to his paintings by creating real shadows, setting off a relief to project shapes or objects from his canvas.