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Francis Picabia

391, no. 6, 1917

Letterpress journal
14 5/8 × 10 11/16 in
37.1 × 27.1 cm
This is ephemera, an artifact related to the artist.
location
New York
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Exhibition history
The Museum of Modern Art
New York
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Published July 1917, New York. Edited by Francis Picabia. Printed journal with cover by Francis …

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Published July 1917, New York. Edited by Francis Picabia. Printed journal with cover by Francis Picabia. Letterpress, page: 14 5/8 × 10 11/16″ (37.2 × 27.1 cm).

Collection: Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles.

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Francis Picabia
French, 1879–1953
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During his early career, Francis Picabia painted in the Impressionist style and exhibited at the …

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During his early career, Francis Picabia painted in the Impressionist style and exhibited at the Paris salons. However, from 1908 on, elements of Fauvism and Neo-Impressionism, as well as Cubism and other modes of abstraction, would appear in his work; he later joined the Puteaux Group, of which Guillaume Apollinaire,

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Published July 1917, New York. Edited by Francis Picabia. Printed journal with cover by Francis …

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Published July 1917, New York. Edited by Francis Picabia. Printed journal with cover by Francis Picabia. Letterpress, page: 14 5/8 × 10 11/16″ (37.2 × 27.1 cm).

Collection: Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles.

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© 2016 Artist Rights Society (ARS), New York/ADAGP, Paris. Photo courtesy Getty Research Institute
Francis Picabia
French, 1879–1953
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During his early career, Francis Picabia painted in the Impressionist style and exhibited at the …

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During his early career, Francis Picabia painted in the Impressionist style and exhibited at the Paris salons. However, from 1908 on, elements of Fauvism and Neo-Impressionism, as well as Cubism and other modes of abstraction, would appear in his work; he later joined the Puteaux Group, of which Guillaume Apollinaire,

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Francis Picabia

391, no. 6, 1917

Letterpress journal
14 5/8 × 10 11/16 in
37.1 × 27.1 cm
This is ephemera, an artifact related to the artist.
location
New York
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