Carlo Carrà (1881-1966), La Musa Metafisica - 1917, Sa peinture a été la protagoniste de toutes les principales étapes de l'art italien, des premières décenniées du XXe siècle, du futurisme l'aventure de la Metafisica, à l'aboutissement des poétiques de la nouvelle figuration du Novecento, à la sublimation de l'opposition au régime fasciste.
The Enchanted Chamber, 1917 - Carlo Carra ~Repinned Via Scott Brookins http://www.wikipaintings.org/en/carlo-carra/the-enchanted-chamber-1917
Metaphysical School of Painting, Carlo Carra - Part of a trend after the first world war, called a return to order, with a total rejection of the avant-garde like Picasso and Derrain, depicting a supernatural reality
Carlo Carrà - Autoritratto
Carlo Carra, 1912, Concurrency, Woman on the Balcony, (Simultaneità, La donna al balcone), Collezione R. Jucker, Milan, Italy.jpg
Futurist important people: Carlo Carra. Italian painter and author whose work placed him firmly at the forefront of the Futurist movement.
Carlo Carra "Donna al Balcone"
A Pine by the Sea, 1921 - Carlo Carra
The Arrival - Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson (1913). Nevinson was a painter during in Futurism Era which reflected the modernisation of Italian art and social attitudes. The Futurism artists rejected the art and culture of the past and embraced modern technology such as cars and trams, the Machine Age, the excitement and speed of city life and the violence of war. The Futurists called on elements of Cubism and Divisionism to create a new style remote from the old artistic traditions.
Carlo Carrà - Natura Morta Metafisica (Metaphysical Still Life), 1919.
Carlo Carrà (1831-1966), The Mill at St. Anna (1921)(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..."
Carlo Carrà Il figlio del costruttore, 1917-21 Olio su tela, cm 121 x 95 Collezione privata - Opera in mostra
Carlo Carra, (1881-1966) was an Italian painter, a leading figure of the Futurist movement that flourished in Italy during the beginning of the 20th century. In addition to his many paintings, he wrote a number of books concerning art. Wikipedia
Carlo Carrà, 1911, Rhythms of Objects (Ritmi d'oggetti), oil on canvas, 53 x 67 cm, Pinacoteca di Brera - Carlo Carrà - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia