Jean Arp was both a painter and a sculptor. He was born on September 16, 1886 and died on June 7, 1966. He was known mainly for his painted sculptures - hence why he can be called both a painter and a sculptor. He spoke both French and German. Depending on what language was speaking, he called himself a different name. In French, he called himself Jean.
If he was speaking German, however, he would call himself Hans. Despite these differences, Arp is mostly known for his sculptures. He has many of them, and one of them is called “Shirt Front and Fork”, made out of wood. Most of his work is housed in Strausburg, Germany now - at the Musee d’art Moderne.