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Francis Picabia

Prostitution Universelle (Universal Prostitution), 1916-1917

Blank ink, tempera, and metallic paint on cardboard
29 5/16 × 37 1/16 in
74.5 × 94.1 cm
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Yale University Art Gallery
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Culture: French
Period: 20th century
Classification: Works on Paper - Drawings and Watercolors

Culture: French
Period: 20th century
Classification: Works on Paper - Drawings and Watercolors

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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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About the work
Yale University Art Gallery
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Culture: French
Period: 20th century
Classification: Works on Paper - Drawings and Watercolors

Culture: French
Period: 20th century
Classification: Works on Paper - Drawings and Watercolors

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Photo credit: Yale University Art Gallery Public domain
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

Prostitution Universelle (Universal Prostitution), 1916-1917

Blank ink, tempera, and metallic paint on cardboard
29 5/16 × 37 1/16 in
74.5 × 94.1 cm
Permanent collection
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