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Carrà - La segheria dei marmi (1928)

Carrà - La segheria dei marmi (1928)

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 - was an Italian painter, a leading figure of the Futurist movement that flourished in Italy during the beginning of the century. In addition to his many paintings, he wrote a number of books concerning art.

“Simultaneity, Woman on the Balcony” by Carlo Carrà | © Public Domain/WikiCommons

An Introduction To Futurist Art In 12 Works

The Red Rider, Carlo Carrà. I wonder if this was the inspiration for Ford's Mustang logo. No, Carrà, Carlo Carrà, The.

“ Carlo Carra, Metaphysical Still Life , found here ”

Carlo Carrà - Natura Morta Metafisica (Metaphysical Still Life),

Futurism ---------------------------------------Transatlantic, Carlo Carra

Brave new worlds: Futurism at Tate Modern

Carlo Carrà (1981-1966, Italy), 1921, La maîtresse de l'ingénieur (The mistress of the engineer), Fondation Peggy Guggenheim, Venise. #Italian #Futurist #Painter

Carlo Carrà Italy), La maîtresse de l'ingénieur (The mistress of the engineer), Fondation Peggy Guggenheim, Venise.

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