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Giacomo Balla:  "Iridescent Compenetration"

Giacomo Balla - Iridescent Compenetration 1913 Handmade tiles can be colour coordinated and customized re. shape, texture, pattern, etc. by ceramic design studios

Speeding Car (study).  Abstract Speed., 1913 - Giacomo Balla

Swifts: Paths of Movement + Dynamic Sequences, 1913 by Giacomo Balla. Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York City, NY, US

Volo di Rondini , Giacomo Balla, 1913

blastedheath: Giacomo Balla (Italian, Volo di rondini [Flight of…

MoMA | Inventing Abstraction | Giacomo Balla | Compenetrazione iridescente n. 7 (Iridescent interpenetration no. 7). 1912

MoMA | Inventing Abstraction | Giacomo Balla | Compenetrazione iridescente n. 7 (Iridescent interpenetration no. 7). 1912

By Giacomo Balla, 1912.  Italian artist and one of the founding members of Futurism. He had very little formal art training.

By Giacomo Balla, Italian artist and one of the founding members of Futurism. He had very little formal art training.

Giacomo Balla (Turin 1871 - Rome 1958) Forme rumore

Giacomo Balla, Forme Rumore, Gouache on thick paper Work: x in x cm). Frame: x x 1 in x x cm) Signed "FUTUR BALLA"

Giacomo Balla. Italian artist, one of the founders of Futurism.

By Giacomo Balla Motivo con parola TAC (Pattern with word TAC), Collage of colored papers on cardboard, diameter 24 cm.

Giacamo Balla, MoMA | The Collection | Provenance Research Project.   A stark play on monochromaticism with 4 colors instead of 2.

Circular Planes Giacomo Balla Oil on canvas. I remember doing this style of art in high school

Girl Running on a Balcony, 1912 by Giacomo Balla

Giacomo Balla Girl Running on a Balcony. Giacomo Balla: Girl Running on a Balcony, 1912 Showing the Futurism idea that images don't have to just reflect one moment in time.

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