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Fernand Leger: Mechanical Elements, 1920, Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Fernand Léger: Mechanical Elements - 1920 - Metropolitan Museum of Art

mauveflwrs: “ Fernand Léger - Les Maisons (1922) ”

Fernand Léger 1881 - 1955 LES MAISONS Signed F. Léger, titled and dated 22 (on the reverse) Oil on canvas 25 by 21 in. 65 by 54 cm Painted in

Fernand Léger

Fernand Léger - La roue bleue [The blue wheel, final state], 1920 - Oil on canvas.

Fernand LEGER. "Les trois figures".  1921. Oil on canvas. Size in Cm: 65 x 54.

Fernand LEGER ~ Les trois figures ~ ~ Oil on canvas. Size in Cm: 65 x

Fernard Leger - Paysage Adnimee, 1921 at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts (VMFA) Richmond VA

Fernand Leger, Painting Illustrations, Modern Art, Contemporary Art, Ferdinand, Art Art, Virginia, Art Gallery, Art Plastique

Fernand Leger (French, 1881-1955), "Man and Woman," 1921; Indianapolis Museum of Art, Martha Delzell Memorial Fund, 52.28; © Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris

Fernand Leger - Man and Woman 1921 This work marked the beginning of his "mechanical period", during which the figures and objects he painted were characterized by sleekly rendered tubular and machine-like forms.

Paul Klee  (1879-1940, Germany-Switzerland) | 1920

Paul Klee Redgreen and Violet-Yellow Rhythms 1920 Lent by The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Berggruen Klee Collection, 1984 Image © The Metropolitan Museum of Art / Source: Art Resource/Scala Photo Archives

by Fernand Leger: by Fernand Leger

The two women, two sisters Les femmes au perroquet by Artist: Fernand Leger Completion Date: 1952 Style: Cubism Genre: portrait Dimensions: 50 x 65 cm Gallery: Musee National Fernand Leger

Fernand Léger, Nature morte au compotier, 1923. Peinture.Courtesy LAM (Villeneuve d’Ascq), © Fernand Léger

Fernand Léger, Nature morte au compotier, 1923. Peinture.Courtesy LAM (Villeneuve d’Ascq), © Fernand Léger

Painting by Fernand Léger (1881-1955), painted in 1927, "Nature morte",  oil on canvas.

Painting by Fernand Léger painted in "Nature morte", oil on canvas. - he was more of populist cubist but this is so DaDa-esque I love it

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