A term first used to describe works by Alexander Archipenko (1887-1964), Ukrainian-born Modernist sculptor, who lived and worked in France and the USA.Quote: "The sculptor [Archipenko] worked in many other styles and often introduced innovations, some more effective than others. A viable one was sculpto-paintings, an invention of his World War I years in Nice (1914-1918). They are polychromed bronzes that combine the properties of painting and relief sculpture like Espanola (Still Life with Head), 1916, a Cubist arrangement of elements carefully patinated in shades of green." Grace Glueck (contemporary), American art critic, New York Times, April 14, 2005, p. B7. See, art critic, bronze, Cubism, patina, polychrome, relief, and style.