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Movement taking place between 1909 and late 1920s. Futurism was the most important Italian avant-garde movement of the 20th century, celebrating advanced technology and urban modernity. Committed to the new its members wished to destroy older forms of culture and to demonstrate the beauty of modern life - the beauty of the machine, speed, violence and change. Key artists include: Umberto Boccioni, Giacomo Balla, Gino Severini, Carlo Carra, Natalia Concharova and Luigi de Giudici.

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Self-portrait Artist: Gino Severini Style: Futurism Genre: 1913 Futurist Painting, Gino Severini, Creation Image, Italian Futurism, Self Portrait Artists, Futurism Art, Georges Braque, Italian Painters, Art Moderne

Self-portrait, 1912 - Gino Severini - WikiArt.org

‘Self-portrait’ was created in 1912 by Gino Severini in Futurism style. Find more prominent pieces of self-portrait at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.

This is Carlo Carrà's The Mill at St. Carlo Carrà is best known for his style of Metaphysical painting. He met Filippo Marinetti and the artist Umberto Boccioni in the year of who converted him to Futurism. Italian Painters, Italian Artist, Giacomo Balla, Italian Futurism, Modern Art, Contemporary Art, Futurism Art, Art Optical, Art Database

Carra, Carlo (1831-1966) - 1921 The Mill at St. Anna (Proprieta Gabbrielli Scalini, Milan, Italy)

91 x 80 cm. Carlo Carrà was one of the most influential Italian painters of the first half of the 20th century. He is best known for his still lifes in the style of Metaphysical painting. He studied painting briefly at the Brera Academy in Milan, but he was largely self-taught. In 1909 he met the poet Filippo Marinetti and the artist Umberto Boccioni, who converted him to Futurism, an aesthetic movement that exalted patriotism, modern technology, dynamism, and speed. Carrà’s most famous…

Gino Severini The Dancer 1915 (Private Collection) Harlem Renaissance, Italian Painters, Italian Artist, Gino Severini, Cubist Artists, Giacomo Balla, Italian Futurism, Futurism Art, Dance Paintings

Severini, Gino (1883-1966) - 1915 The Dancer (Sotheby's London, 2008)

Oil on canvas; 100 x 81 cm. Gino Severini was an Italian painter who synthesized the styles of Futurism and Cubism. Severini began his painting career in 1900 as a student of Giacomo Balla, an Italian pointillist painter who later became a prominent Futurist. Stimulated by Balla’s account of the new painting in France, Severini moved to Paris in 1906 and met leading members of the French avant-garde, such as the Cubist painters Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso and the writer Guillaume…

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Gino Severini, Pulcinella, 1920s

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"Portrait of Benedetta Marinetti" by Italian painter Giacomo Balla Italian Painters, Italian Artist, Giacomo Balla, Italian Futurism, Magritte, Female Art, Modern Art, Art Drawings, Art Gallery

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Giacomo Balla, Portrait of Benedetta Marinetti, 1951,

Long-time friends, Gino Severini and Harlequin - Italian Ways Gino Severini, Image Halloween, Modern Art, Contemporary Art, Futurism Art, Punch And Judy, Image Nature, Pierrot, Long Time Friends

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The family of the poor *Pulcinella, by Gino Severini (1923) *similar to Punch & Judy show for children

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The Red House, 1927 - Carlo Carra - WikiArt.org

‘The Red House’ was created in 1927 by Carlo Carra in Metaphysical art style. Find more prominent pieces of cityscape at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.

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Harlequin, 1965 - Gino Severini - WikiArt.org

‘Harlequin’ was created in 1965 by Gino Severini in Cubism style. Find more prominent pieces of genre painting at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.

“La Musa Metafísica” Carlo Carr’s, 1917 Italian Painters, Italian Artist, Art Dégénéré, Italian Futurism, Futurism Art, Oil Painting Frames, Oil Paintings, Art Database, Musa

The Metaphysical Muse, 1917 - Carlo Carra - WikiArt.org

‘The Metaphysical Muse’ was created in 1917 by Carlo Carra in Metaphysical art style. Find more prominent pieces of figurative at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.

Gino Severini "The Musicians", 1955 (Italy, Cubism, cent. Italian Painters, Italian Artist, Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso, Gino Severini, Cubist Artists, Image Halloween, Italian Futurism, Futurism Art

Memories of Travel, 1911 - Gino Severini - WikiArt.org

‘Memories of Travel’ was created in 1911 by Gino Severini in Futurism style. Find more prominent pieces of cityscape at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.

Cave to Canvas, Carlo Carrà, Western Horseman, 1917 Italian Painters, Italian Artist, Italian Futurism, Western Horseman, Futurism Art, Most Famous Paintings, Art Database, Art Nouveau, Sculpture Art

Carra, Carlo (1881-1966) - 1910s Horse and Rider (Private Collection)

Carlo Carrà was one of the most influential Italian painters of the first half of the 20th century. He is best known for his still lifes in the style of Metaphysical painting. He studied painting briefly at the Brera Academy in Milan, but he was largely self-taught. In 1909 he met the poet Filippo Marinetti and the artist Umberto Boccioni, who converted him to Futurism, an aesthetic movement that exalted patriotism, modern technology, dynamism, and speed. Carrà’s most famous painting, The…