Giacomo Balla

Giacomo Balla

Giacomo Balla, Le Vele, 1919, Galleria Berman.

Giacomo Balla, Le Vele, 1919, Galleria Berman.

Giacomo Balla (1871-1958, Italy) - Fluidity of Spring

Giacomo Balla (1871-1958, Italy) - Fluidity of Spring

Giacomo Balla, Street Light, 1909

Giacomo Balla, Street Light, 1909

Portrait of Benedetta Marinetti by Giacomo Balla (Italy)

Portrait of Benedetta Marinetti by Giacomo Balla (Italy)

Giacomo Balla, Fireworks

Giacomo Balla, Fireworks

Giacomo Balla, Futurist Flowers, Hirshhorn Museum

Giacomo Balla, Futurist Flowers, Hirshhorn Museum

Giacomo Balla, Numbers in Love, 1924

Giacomo Balla, Numbers in Love, 1924

Giacomo Balla, 1915 Sketch for the ballet by Igor Stravinsky: Fireworks  WikiPaintings.org - the encyclopedia of painting

Giacomo Balla, 1915 Sketch for the ballet by Igor Stravinsky: Fireworks WikiPaintings.org - the encyclopedia of painting

Balla Giacomo   "Iridescent Compenetration" 1913-1914

Balla Giacomo "Iridescent Compenetration" 1913-1914


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Filippo Tommaso Marinetti

Filippo Tommaso Marinetti

Linea di velocità _ Giacomo Balla

Linea di velocità _ Giacomo Balla

italian futurist painting

italian futurist painting

chrismayne:  Giacomo Balla

chrismayne: Giacomo Balla

Velocità Astratta 1913 by Giacomo Balla

Velocità Astratta 1913 by Giacomo Balla

Flight of the Swallows by Giacomo Balla

Flight of the Swallows by Giacomo Balla

Giacomo Balla (1871–1958) was an Italian composer and painter. Around 1902, he taught Divisionist techniques to Umberto Boccioni and Gino Severini Influenced by Filippo Tommaso Marinetti, Giacomo Balla adopted the Futurism style, creating a pictorial depiction of light, movement and speed. He was signatory to the Futurist Manifesto in 1910, and began designing and painting Futurist furniture, also created Futurist "antineutral" clothing.

Giacomo Balla (1871–1958) was an Italian composer and painter. Around 1902, he taught Divisionist techniques to Umberto Boccioni and Gino Severini Influenced by Filippo Tommaso Marinetti, Giacomo Balla adopted the Futurism style, creating a pictorial depiction of light, movement and speed. He was signatory to the Futurist Manifesto in 1910, and began designing and painting Futurist furniture, also created Futurist "antineutral" clothing.

Streamlines of Flowers (1914) Giacomo Balla

Streamlines of Flowers (1914) Giacomo Balla

Giacomo BALLA :: Velocity of Cars anf Light (1913)

Giacomo BALLA :: Velocity of Cars anf Light (1913)

Giacomo Balla "Planet Mercury passing in front of the sun" 1914 Oil on canvas, Musée National d'Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris

Giacomo Balla "Planet Mercury passing in front of the sun" 1914 Oil on canvas, Musée National d'Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris

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