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Fortunato Depero (Italie, 1892-1960) – Le cycliste traverse la ville (1945)

Il Ciclista Attraversa la Citta, 1945 by Fortunato Depero (Italian 1892 –

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Blast |  Wyndham Lewis |  Conceived by the Anglo-American journalist and writer Wyndham Lewis, Blast was a short-lived journal that ran for just two issues as a manifesto for the avant garde art movement vorticism. As well as Lewis's manifesto, Blast contained poems and prose by Ezra Pound, TS Eliot and Ford Madox Ford, and reproduced the work of key modernist artists, such as David Bomberg, Edward Wadsworth and Jacob Epstein

Magazine cover design – in pictures

The cover of Blast magazine by Wyndham Lewis. Blast was the short-lived literary magazine of the Vorticist movement in Britain. Two editions were published: the first on 2 July 1914 (dated 20 June but publication was delayed

Vorticism - Wyndham Lewis

Wyndham Lewis ‘Workshop’, © Wyndham Lewis and the estate of Mrs G A Wyndham Lewis by kind permission of the Wyndham Lewis Memorial Trust (a registered charity)

Circumambient Peripherisation - " forcing meaning to the edge of awareness ": Vorticism | Wyndham Lewis | CRW Nevinson | BLAST

Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson’s The Arrival, circa 1913 Tate Modern

Creator: Edward Wadsworth Date: 1914 http://arthistoryunstuffed.com/edward-wadsworth-vorticism-goes-to-war-part-one/

Edward Wadsworth Rotterdam, 1914 Xilografia Collezione George Eastman House, Rochester, NY Courtesy of George Eastman House, International M.


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Vorticism - Wyndham Lewis

Wyndham Lewis ‘Workshop’, © Wyndham Lewis and the estate of Mrs G A Wyndham Lewis by kind permission of the Wyndham Lewis Memorial Trust (a registered charity)

Wyndham Lewis - Composition

vorticism Wyndham Lewis ‘Composition’, 1913 © Wyndham Lewis and the estate of Mrs G A Wyndham Lewis by kind permission of the Wyndham Lewis Memorial Trust (a registered charity)

Blast |  Wyndham Lewis |  Conceived by the Anglo-American journalist and writer Wyndham Lewis, Blast was a short-lived journal that ran for just two issues as a manifesto for the avant garde art movement vorticism. As well as Lewis's manifesto, Blast contained poems and prose by Ezra Pound, TS Eliot and Ford Madox Ford, and reproduced the work of key modernist artists, such as David Bomberg, Edward Wadsworth and Jacob Epstein

Magazine cover design – in pictures

The cover of Blast magazine by Wyndham Lewis. Blast was the short-lived literary magazine of the Vorticist movement in Britain. Two editions were published: the first on 2 July 1914 (dated 20 June but publication was delayed

Rotterdam by Edward Wadsworth, 1914

Edward Wadsworth Rotterdam, 1914 Xilografia Collezione George Eastman House, Rochester, NY Courtesy of George Eastman House, International M.

The Arrival - Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson (1913). Nevinson was a painter during in Futurism Era which reflected the modernisation of Italian art and social attitudes. The Futurism artists rejected the art and culture of the past and embraced modern technology such as cars and trams, the Machine Age, the excitement and speed of city life and the violence of war. The Futurists called on elements of Cubism and Divisionism to create a new style remote from the old artistic traditions.

Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson’s The Arrival, circa 1913 Tate Modern

42cm x 30cm x 2cm #Original abstract painting on stretched deep edge canvas This work was inspired by Futurism and Vorticism, and 20th century geometric abstract...

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x x abstract painting on stretched deep edge canvas This work was inspired by Futurism and Vorticism, and century geometric abstract.

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