France 1881 - 1953
Albert Gleizes was a French painter and author, and a self-proclaimed founder of Cubism, one of the most recognizable art styles in history.
Featured image: Albert Gleizes – portrait, photo credits Pierre Choumoff
The Jack (Knave) of Diamonds artists, who led the Russian avant-garde from 1910 until the start of the 1917 revolution, profoundly shaped the global development of abstract art.
The abstraction creation movement promoted the world of abstract art and in its circle, it held some of the most important modern and contemporary artists
The paintings and sculptures of the most renowned Cubist artists introduced new perspectives and shook the course of history of art to its core for good.
The work of Albert Gleizes was influential on the Bauhaus aesthetics in Germany
Read about the rich history of horse painting and the most famous paintings of horses by Romanticism masters like Theodore Gericault and Eugene Delacroix.
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