1.6.5.2 Art Brut/Outsider Art (1923- )

Forward to 1.6.6 Surrealism (1920s…)Back to 1.6.5.1 Bauhaus (1919-1933) – Back to 1.6.4 Dada (1916 – 1930) QUICK LINKS:Mental Asylum Band-Copse, WölfliCanonne, MüllerDrawing, 1921, WölfliSaint Adolf, WölfliTree of Life, LouisMy Eyes in the time of Apparition, NattererUntitled, CrépidGran Maitre of the Outsider, DubuffetCompagnonage, DubuffetVilla sur la route, Dubuffet Totem Double Face, ChaissacL’Hourloupe, DubuffetPersonnage pour Washington […]

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1.6.3.2 Suprematism (1913-1926)

Forward to 1.6.4 Dada (1916-30)Back to 1.6.3.1 Futurism b (1909-44) QUICK LINKS:The Black Square, MalevichWhite on White, Malevich Black Circle, MalevichDynamic Suprematism, Malevich Suprematism was one of the key movements of modern art in Russia and was particularly closely associated with the Revolution, after the rise of Stalin from 1924 and the imposition of socialist […]

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1.6.3.1 Futurism (1909-1944)

Forward to 1.6.3.2 Suprematism (1915- )Back to Futurism Index – Back to 1.6.2 Bloomsbury Group (1905-45)Forward to Dada (1916-1930) QUICK LINKS:The City Rises, BoccioniFuneral of the Anarchist Galli, CarràDynamism of a Dog on a Leash, BallaDancer at Pigalle, SeverniUnique Forms of Continuity in Space, BoccioniMlle Pogany, Brancusi Battle of Lights, Coney Island, StellaLa Città Nuova, […]

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1.6.8 Abstract Expressionism (1940s…)

Forward to 1.7 Contemporary Art Index (1950s – )Back to 1.6.7 Socialist Realism (c1920 – 1960) – Back to 1.6 Modern Art (WW1 to 1950s) QUICK LINKS:Seated Woman, de KooningPainting 1944 No 2, StillSelf-Portrait in Olive and Brown, BeckmannFigure in a Landscape, BaconNumber 5, 1948, PollockNumber 8, PollockAutumn Rhythm (Number 30), PollockWoman I, de KooningOne […]

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1.6.7 Socialist Realism (1920s-1960s)

Forward to 1.6.8 Abstract Expressionism (1940s…)Back to 1.6.6 Surrealism (1920s…) QUICK LINKS:Transport returns to normal, YakovlevBuilding New Factories, DeinekaIncrease the Productivity of Labour, PimenovDeath of a Commisar, Petrov-VodkinLenin in Smolny, BrodskyNew Moscow, Pimenov Stalin and Voroshilov in the Kremlin, GerasimovLetter from the Front, LaktionovSoldier Liberator, VuchetichBread, YablonskayaThe Founding Ceremony of the Nation, XiwenWe will fulfil […]

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1.6.6 Surrealism (1917-1964)

Forward to 1.6.7 Socialist Realism (c1920 – 1960)Back to 1.6.5.2 Art Brut (1923 onwards) – Back to 1.6.5 Bauhaus Index (1919 – 1933) QUICK LINKS: I and the Village, ChagallPlace d’Italie, de ChiricoUncertainty of the Poet, de ChiricoSong of Love, de ChiricoMystery and Melancholy of a Street, de ChiricoUbu Imperator, ErnstHarlequin’s carnival, MiróPainting, MiróFalse Mirror, […]

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1.6.5 Bauhaus Index (1919-1939)

Forward to 1.6.5.1 Bauhaus – Forward to 1.6.6 Surrealism (1920s…)Back to 1.6.4 Dada (1916 – 1930) 1.6.5.1 Bauhaus 1.6.5.2 Art Brut Forward to 1.6.5.1 Bauhaus – Forward to 1.6.6 Surrealism (1920s…)Back to 1.6.4 Dada (1916 – 1930)

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1.6.4 Dada (1916-1930)

Forward to 1.6.5 Bauhaus (1919 – 1933)Back to 1.6.3 Futurism Index (1909 – 1944) QUICK LINKS:Bride Stripped Bare by her Bachelors, DuchampTable Salt, SchwittersTorso, Arp Opened by Customs, SchwittersFlag, Johns Dada was an art movement formed during the First World War in Zurich in negative reaction to the horrors and folly of the war. The […]

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1.6.3 Futurism Index

Forward to 1.6.3.1 Futurism – Forward to 1.6.4 Dada (1916 – 1930)Back to 1.6.2 Bloomsbury Group (1905 – 1945) 1.6.3.1 Futurism (1909-1944) 1.6.3.2 Suprematism (1913-1926 ) Forward to 1.6.3.1 Futurism – Forward to 1.6.4 Dada (1916 – 1930)Back to 1.6.2 Bloomsbury Group (1905 – 1945)

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1.6.2 Bloomsbury Group (1905-1945)

Forward to 1.6.3 Futurism (1909 – 1944)Back to 1.6.1 Art Deco (1909 – 1939) QUICK LINKS:Lemon Gatherers, GrantLondon on Holiday, FryRiver with Poplars, FryThe Big Girl, EtchellsStudland Beach, BellAbstract Kinetic Collage Painting With Sound, GrantStill life, Mantlepiece, BellAbstract Painting, BellEssay in Abstract Design, Fry Vanessa Bell, GrantLytton Stretchey, CarringtonThe Tub, BellEdith Sitwell, FryArum Lillies, BellSelf […]

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1.6.1 Art Deco (1909-1939)

Forward to 1.6.2 Bloomsbury Group (1905–1945)Back to 1.6 Modern Art (post-WW1-1950s) QUICK LINKS:Meditation of Apollon and the Muses, BourdelleAnd What Was Ours is Ours Again, MauzanLady with Panther, Barbier Victoire, LaliqueChrysler Building, Van AlenYoung Lady with Gloves, Lempicka Art Deco, sometimes referred to as Deco, is a style of visual arts, architecture and design that […]

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1.6 Modern Art WWI to 1950s

Forward to 1.6.1 Art Deco  – Forward to 1.7 Contemporary Art Back to 1.5 Modern Art (1860 to WWI) 1.6.1 Art Deco, France (1909 – 1939) 1.6.2 Bloomsbury Group (1905 – 1945) 1.6.3 Futurism, Italy (1909 – 1944) 1.6.4 Dada, Switzerland (1916 – 1930) 1.6.5 Bauhaus, Germany (1919 – 1933) 1.6.6 Surrealism (1920s…) 1.6.7 Socialist […]

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