Re-Pinned from Desiree 1) Umberto Boccioni,1916 2) Futurism 3) Futurists expressed their love towards speed, noise, and cities through their crowded works (paintings) and also having a variety of things happening in their works to emphasize their love for the new world. 4) Umberto Boccioni used a variety of colors in this painting to make it crowded and also used difference shapes and sizes. He also didn't leave any negative spaces but instead filled with different things.

Re-Pinned from Desiree 1) Umberto Boccioni,1916 2) Futurism 3) Futurists expressed their love towards speed, noise, and cities through their crowded works (paintings) and also having a variety of things happening in their works to emphasize their love for the new world. 4) Umberto Boccioni used a variety of colors in this painting to make it crowded and also used difference shapes and sizes. He also didn't leave any negative spaces but instead filled with different things.

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.

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.

Gino Severini was an Italian painter who synthesized the styles of Futurism and Cubism. Severini began his painting career in 1900 as a student of Giacomo Balla, an Italian pointillist who later became a prominent futurist. In 1910 he signed the futurist manifest. Futurists wanted to revitalize Italian art by depicting the speed and dynamism of modern life.

Gino Severini was an Italian painter who synthesized the styles of Futurism and Cubism. Severini began his painting career in 1900 as a student of Giacomo Balla, an Italian pointillist who later became a prominent futurist. In 1910 he signed the futurist manifest. Futurists wanted to revitalize Italian art by depicting the speed and dynamism of modern life.

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