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Il Futurismo (1), 1915-1923

Lithograph on Paper, Handwritten Text
11 2/5 × 9 1/10 in
29 × 23 cm
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Studio Mariani Gallery
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Very rare Futurist letter by F.T. Marinetti, handwritten by the avant-garde theoretician of …

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Very rare Futurist letter by F.T. Marinetti, handwritten by the avant-garde theoretician of Futurism, on official paper of the Movement with the lithographed "Pugno di Boccioni" by Giacomo Balla, reproduced on the original 1915 sketch, which described the body physiognomy of the painter Umberto Boccioni. In …

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Il Futurismo, Rivista Sintetica
Publisher
Direzione del Movimento Futurista - Milano
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Giacomo Balla
Italian, 1871–1958
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Italian painter, sculptor, and designer Giacomo Balla was an originator of Futurism and best known …

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Italian painter, sculptor, and designer Giacomo Balla was an originator of Futurism and best known for his work from this period, when he began to sign his name “Futur Balla.” Born in Turin, Balla was self-taught, his early depictions of landscapes and portraits influenced by the Italian Divisionists. After moving to …

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Giacomo Balla, ‘Il Futurismo (1)’, 1915-1923, Studio Mariani Gallery
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About the work
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Studio Mariani Gallery
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Very rare Futurist letter by F.T. Marinetti, handwritten by the avant-garde theoretician of …

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Very rare Futurist letter by F.T. Marinetti, handwritten by the avant-garde theoretician of Futurism, on official paper of the Movement with the lithographed "Pugno di Boccioni" by Giacomo Balla, reproduced on the original 1915 sketch, which described the body physiognomy of the painter Umberto Boccioni. In …

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Series
Il Futurismo, Rivista Sintetica
Publisher
Direzione del Movimento Futurista - Milano
Signature
Signed
Giacomo Balla
Italian, 1871–1958
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Italian painter, sculptor, and designer Giacomo Balla was an originator of Futurism and best known …

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Italian painter, sculptor, and designer Giacomo Balla was an originator of Futurism and best known for his work from this period, when he began to sign his name “Futur Balla.” Born in Turin, Balla was self-taught, his early depictions of landscapes and portraits influenced by the Italian Divisionists. After moving to …

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Il Futurismo (1), 1915-1923

Lithograph on Paper, Handwritten Text
11 2/5 × 9 1/10 in
29 × 23 cm
This is a unique work.
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