Dadaism

Dadaism

Francis PicabiaDadaist PaintingsMarcel DuchampMan RayJean Arp

Top Ten Paintings by George Grosz

Top Ten Paintings by George Grosz

        George Grosz (July 26, 1893 – July 6, 1959) was a prominent member of the Berlin dadaist art movement. He was born Georg Groß but changed his name because he did not want a German name. (His artist friend and collaborator Helmut Herzfeld changed his name to John Heartfield at the same time.)

  1. The City (1916)

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  2. The Pit (1946)

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  3. Glad to be Back (1943)

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  4. Hitler in Hell (1944)

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  5. Explosion (1917)

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  6. Lovesick (1916)

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  7. Germany: a Winter’s Tale (1918)
    Germany a Winter's Tale
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  8. The Pillars of Society (1926)

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  9. Eclipse of the Sun (1926)
    Eclipse of the Sun
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  10. The Agitator (1928)
    The Agitator
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  11. Street Scene (1925)
    Street Scene
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  12. Berlin Street (1934)

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  13. Portrait of the Walter Mehring (1925)
    Portrait of the Walter Mehring
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  14. Nazi Interrogation (1936)
    Nazi Interrogation
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  15. Suicide (1916)

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  16. Dusk (1922)
    Dusk
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  17. Republica Automatons (1920)
    Republica Automatons
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  18. Grey Day (1921)
    Grey Day
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  19. Artist and Model (1928)
    Artist and Model
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  20. Untitled (1920)
    Untitled
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  21. Dallas Skyline (1953)

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  22. High Dunes (1940)
    High Dunes
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  23. John the Sex Murderer (1918)

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  24. Max Schmeling the Boxer (1926)
    Max Schmeling the Boxer
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Top Ten Paintings by Francis Picabia

Top Ten Paintings by Francis Picabia

 Francis Picabia

       Francis-Marie Martinez Picabia was born on January 28, 1879 in Paris. He studied at École des Beaux-Arts and École des Arts Decoratifs. In the beginning of his career, from 1903 to 1908, he was influenced by the impressionist painting of Alfred Sisley. From 1909, he came under the influence of the cubists and the Golden Section (Section d’Or).

  1. Sphinx (1929)

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  2. Lodola (1931)

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  3. Hera (1929)

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  4. Bather (1926)

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  5. Edtaonisl (1913)
    Edtaonisl
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  6. Cyclope (1925)

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  7. The Embarrassment (1914)
    The Embarrassment
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  8. Thursday (1951)
    Thursday
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  9. Conversation (1922)
    Conversation
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  10. Nude (1942)
    Nude
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  11. The Handsome Pork-Butcher (1929)
    The Handsome Pork-Butcher
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  12. Very Rare Picture on the Earth (1915)
    Very Rare Picture on the Earth
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  13. Machine Turn Quickly (1917)
    Machine Turn Quickly
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  14. Parade Amoureuse (1917)
    Parade amoureuse
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  15. Dada Movement (1919)
    Dada Movement
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