Dancer in Pigalle, 1912. Gino Severini (1883-1966) was an Italian painter and a leading member of the Futurist movement. He was an important link between artists in France and Italy and came into contact with Cubism before his Futurist colleagues. Following a visit to Paris in 1911, the Italian Futurists adopted a sort of Cubism, which gave them a means of analysing energy in paintings and expressing dynamism.

Dancer in Pigalle, 1912. Gino Severini (1883-1966) was an Italian painter and a leading member of the Futurist movement. He was an important link between artists in France and Italy and came into contact with Cubism before his Futurist colleagues. Following a visit to Paris in 1911, the Italian Futurists adopted a sort of Cubism, which gave them a means of analysing energy in paintings and expressing dynamism.

Explosion of Red on Green - Gerardo Dottori - WikiPaintings.org

Explosion of Red on Green - Gerardo Dottori - WikiPaintings.org

Explosion of Red on Green - Gerardo Dottori - WikiPaintings.org

Explosion of Red on Green - Gerardo Dottori - WikiPaintings.org

Two Figures - Georges Braque (1913-14)

Two Figures - Georges Braque (1913-14)

Gerardo Dottori - Primavera Umbria, 1923

Gerardo Dottori - Primavera Umbria, 1923

Saatchi Art Artist Mario Rotta; Photography, "La città che sale (tribute to Boccioni)" #art

La città che sale (a tribute to Umberto Boccioni) Photography by Mario Rotta

Saatchi Art Artist Mario Rotta; Photography, "La città che sale (tribute to Boccioni)" #art

Escultura futurista de Humberto Boccioni.

Escultura futurista de Humberto Boccioni.

Abstract Featured Images - Dynamism of a Cyclist by Umberto Boccioni

Abstract Featured Images - Dynamism of a Cyclist by Umberto Boccioni

Umberto Boccioni cent'anni dopo, un uomo del XX secolo #arte

Umberto Boccioni cent'anni dopo, un uomo del XX secolo #arte

Umberto Boccioni's Forces of the Street, 1911

Brave new worlds: Futurism at Tate Modern

Umberto Boccioni's Forces of the Street, 1911

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