By Fortunato Depero

By Fortunato Depero

depero futurist - Szukaj w Google

depero futurist - Szukaj w Google

Citrus. Depero

Citrus. Depero

Giacomo Balla’s “Automobile in corsa” (1913)

‘Italian Futurism’ Is Coming to the Guggenheim

Giacomo Balla’s “Automobile in corsa” (1913)

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Fortunato Depero (1923) Doppio ritratto di Marinetti

Fortunato Depero (1923) Doppio ritratto di Marinetti

Le matite di Fortunato Depero

Le matite di Fortunato Depero

Ecco mappe concettuali, riassunti e contenuti extra per lo studio e l'appprofondimento... buon lavoro!

Ecco mappe concettuali, riassunti e contenuti extra per lo studio e l'appprofondimento... buon lavoro!

Fortunato Depero, Ciociara, 1919 (kitchener.lord) Tags: italy art futurism 1919 rivista depero

Fortunato Depero, Ciociara, 1919 (kitchener.lord) Tags: italy art futurism 1919 rivista depero

In their first and most famous group picture, Italian Futurists were photographed in Paris on February 1912 during the opening of the international exhibition Les Peintres futuristes italiens at the Galerie Bernheim-Jeune. From left to right: Luigi Russolo, Carlo Carrà, Filippo Tommaso Marinetti, Umberto Boccioni, Gino Severini. © Didier Ottinger (ed.), Futurism. Milano: 5 Continents Editions, 2009, p. 84.

In their first and most famous group picture, Italian Futurists were photographed in Paris on February 1912 during the opening of the international exhibition Les Peintres futuristes italiens at the Galerie Bernheim-Jeune. From left to right: Luigi Russolo, Carlo Carrà, Filippo Tommaso Marinetti, Umberto Boccioni, Gino Severini. © Didier Ottinger (ed.), Futurism. Milano: 5 Continents Editions, 2009, p. 84.

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