Drawing by Marcel Duchamp, 1910s

Marcel Duchamp (French, - "Avoir l’apprenti dans le soleil [To Have the Apprentice in the Sun]", 1914 - Pencil and ink drawing on music paper - Philadelphia Museum of Art

Avoir l’apprenti dans le soleil - Marcel Duchamp 1912

Marcel Duchamp – Avoir l’Apprenti dans le Soleil, 1914

Marcel Duchamp (French, 1887-1968) - "Avoir l’apprenti dans le soleil [To Have the Apprentice in the Sun]", 1914 - Pencil and ink drawing on music paper - Philadelphia Museum of Art

Avoir l’apprenti dans le soleil

Marcel Duchamp - "Avoir l’apprenti dans le soleil [To Have the Apprentice in the Sun]", 1914

a-beautifulchaos Alicja Kwade

a-beautifulchaos Alicja Kwade

pen and ink bicycle

by Kate Bragan

After love - Marcel Duchamp, etching with aquatint; 1968. From the series 'The Large Glass and Related Works, with Nine Etchings by Marcel Duchamp on the Theme of the Lovers'

After Love -- Marcel Duchamp 1968 expressionism , located in Rubenista

Etsy holiday sale Bicycle Mixed Media Wall Art by HRushtonArt, $8.00

Bicycle Mixed Media Wall Art- Bicycle Art Block Mixed Media Print mounted on Wood-3 x 4

Bicycle Mixed Media Wall Art- Bicycle Art Block Mixed Media Print mounted on x 4

Marcel Duchamp - Francis Numann

Marcel Duchamp: The Art of Making Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction by Francis M.

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Dream Paintings by Oleg Tchoubakov. Born in Oleg is an artist based on Minsk, Belarus. Oleg studied at the Art School . In 1995 he graduated from the Belarusian Academy of Arts.

Katy Dockrill illustration - Sketches -

Katy Dockwill lettering ♥ via Dhawan

To Be Looked at (from the Other Side of the Glass) with One Eye, Close to, for Almost an Hour - Marcel Duchamp

To Be Looked at (from the Other Side of the Glass) with One Eye, Close to, for Almost an Hour - Marcel Duchamp 1918

Marcel Duchamp, Ruota di bicicletta, 1913 (originale disperso), copia 1964

[Marcel Duchamp] Ruota di bicicletta, 1913 - Bicycle Wheel is Duchamp’s first readymade, a class of objects he invented to challenge assumptions about what constitutes a work of art.

Marcel Duchamp Goes to China | Sotheby's

Marcel Duchamp Goes to China on Sotheby's Blog

Hanging Man (Duchamp) 1985 "when we discuss art today, the common language that links Western and non-Western cultures is the context of modern art history; the readymade"

Marcel Duchamp "The Chocolate Grinder"

Marcel Duchamp, Chocolate Grinder (No. Oil, graphite, and thread on canvas 25 x 21 inches x cm)

The life of an artist is like the life of a monk, a lewd monk if you like, very Rabelaisian. It is an ordination.  (Marcel Duchamp)

Marvin Lazarus, Marcel Duchamp, Moma exhibition the Art of

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