Giacomo Balla FUTURISM

born July 24, 1871, Turin, Italy—died March 1, 1958, Rome), Italian artist and founding member of the Futurist movement in painting. 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 and also created Futurist "antineutral" clothing.
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Streamlined futures 1916

ymutate: “ Giacomo Balla Streamlines Future, 1916 Oil on Canvas ”

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Giacomo Balla: Speed of a Motorcycle, 1913 inspired Trevor Cole / Quiet Matter 3

Black and White Futurist Forcefield, 1916

Giacomo Balla - Italian futurist artist, who made a large impression on Len Lye. His works celebrate the industrial, mechanical and see them as the way of the future

Paesaggio e Temporale, 1914

i will print this in HUGE scale. Giacomo Balla: Paesaggio e Temporale, 1914

Giacomo Balla's "Dynamism of a Dog on a Leash" (1912)

Giacomo Balla, Dinamismo de perro con correa, 1912 Giacomo Balla, Dynamism of a dog on a leash, 1912

Warship, Widow and Wind (Veil of Vedova and Landscape), 1916

Warship, widow and wind : Giacomo Balla : Futurism : abstract painting - Oil Painting Reproductions

Abstract Speed and Sound, Velocità Astratta e Rumore, 1913-14

Giacomo Balla, Velocità astratta + rumore (Abstract speed + sound) at "Inventing Abstraction: at the Museum of Modern Art

Numbers in Love, 1924

"Numbers in Love," Giacomo Balla was one of the founding members of the first wave of Futurist painters. By 1914 he was advocating a Futurist lifestyle - naming his Propeller and Light.

picture of Balla

Giacomo Balla - 900 artist - Art gallery Russo Rome and Milan

Giacomo Balla 1871-1958: Abstract Speed - The Car has Passed 1913

Giacomo Balla ‘Abstract Speed - The Car has Passed’, 1913 © DACS, 2014 On display at Tate Liverpool Theme: DLA Piper Series : Constellations Room: Henri Matisse - The Inattentive Reader

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