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Bitter Campari, ca. 1932
18 5/8 × 13 3/4 in
47.3 × 34.9 cm
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Rennert’s Gallery
New York
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Fortunato Depero was a major figure in the Italian Futurist movement, and a superb non-commercial …

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Fortunato Depero was a major figure in the Italian Futurist movement, and a superb non-commercial artist within that aesthetic. (His work was included in the Guggenheim's seminal 2014 survey of Italian Futurism.) In 1919 he founded the House of Futurist Art, where he began to translate the artistic precepts of …

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Leopoldo Baroni, Milano
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Fortunato Depero was a major figure in the Italian Futurist movement, and a superb non-commercial …

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Fortunato Depero was a major figure in the Italian Futurist movement, and a superb non-commercial artist within that aesthetic. (His work was included in the Guggenheim's seminal 2014 survey of Italian Futurism.) In 1919 he founded the House of Futurist Art, where he began to translate the artistic precepts of …

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Publisher
Leopoldo Baroni, Milano
Bitter Campari, ca. 1932
18 5/8 × 13 3/4 in
47.3 × 34.9 cm
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