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Francis Picabia (France, 1879-1953) – Idylle (1927) Musée de Grenoble, France

Francis Picabia (France, 1879-1953) – Idylle (1927) Musée de Grenoble, France

By Francis Picabia

Francis Picabia - Dadaïsme - Portrait de femme, Black chalk on Paper.

Kathe Kollwitz, "Death Seizes Woman",   German Expressionism

Death seizes Marie after Woyzeck kills her. Marie has a scared expression on her face, unsurprising seeing she has met death.

Francis Picabia. In this picture there is a variety of different perspectives. There is no one way to see things. Different views overlap and create a single piece of art.

Picabia continued his involvement in the Dada movement through before breaking away from it after developing an interest in Surrealist art. He denounced Dada in and issued a personal attack against Breton in the final issue of in

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