"In the brief life span of the Italian Futurist movement, the short-lived Umberto Boccioni was a blazing comet. ... Boccioni was a fiery theoretician of the movement, drafting two Futurist manifestoes in 1910 and 1912 that exalted the force and energy of contemporary life. They called for an art that glorified speed, violence and the machine age, one that above all reflected the dynamism of an engine-driven civilization."[7] --Grace Glueck, New York Times Art Critic

Horizontal Volumes – Umberto Boccioni – Oil Painting Reproductions and Prints from Canvas Replicas

"Warrior with Spear" by Umberto Boccioni.

Bronzefigur im Stil des Futurismus – Kämpfer mit Speer – signiert – Umberto…

Giacomo Balla - Planet Mercury passing in front of the Sun (1914)

Giacomo Balla "Planet Mercury passing in front of the sun" 1914 Oil on canvas, Musée National d'Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris

Giacomo Balla, Rhythm of a Violinist Italian, Futurism

Giacomo Balla, Rhythm of a Violinist Italian, Futurism. Another early Futurist painting as more years passed by artist started to use their own interpretation of futurism.

States of Mind- Those who stay - Umberto Boccioni - WikiArt.org

Umberto Boccioni "States of Mind III: Those who stay" 1911 Oil on canvas, Museum of Modern Art, New York

Giacomo Balla / Speeding Automobile / 1912 / oil on wood / MoMa

Speeding Automobile, 1912 by Giacomo Balla. Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York City, NY, US

Giacomo Balla "Mimicry synoptic': the sky-woman" 1915 Museo Teatrale alla Scala, Milan

Planet Mercury passing in front of the Sun, 1914 - Giacomo Balla