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Francis Picabia

Francis Picabia (; born Francis-Marie Martinez de Picabia, 22 January 1879 – 30 November 1953) was a French painter, poet, and typographist, associated with Cubism, Abstract art, Dada and Surrealism.

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Francis Picabia - Bibliography
... “Metamorphosis in 391 A Cryptographic Collaboration by Francis Picabia, Man Ray, and Erik Satie.” Art History 34, No ... The Artwork Caught by the Tail Francis Picabia and Dada in Paris ... Picabia ...
History Of Painting - Western Painting - 20th-century Modern and Contemporary - Dada and Surrealism
... Marcel Duchamp, 1915–23, Dada Francis Picabia 1916, Dada André Masson, 1922, early Surrealism Kurt Schwitters, 1919, painted collage, Dada Marcel Duchamp, came to ... Francis Picabia (see above), Man Ray, Kurt Schwitters, Tristan Tzara, Hans Richter, Jean Arp, Sophie Taeuber-Arp, along with Duchamp and many others are associated with the Dadaist movement ... works on paper like Machine Turn Quickly, (above) Francis Picabia continued his involvement in the Dada movement through 1919 in Zurich and Paris, before breaking ...
Western Painting - 20th Century - Dada and Surrealism
... Francis Picabia, 1916, Dada André Masson, 1922, early Surrealism Kurt Schwitters, 1919, painted collage, Dada Hannah Höch, collage, 1919, Dada Max Ernst, 1920, early ... Francis Picabia (see above), Man Ray, Kurt Schwitters, Hannah Höch, Tristan Tzara, Hans Richter, Jean Arp, Sophie Taeuber-Arp, along with Duchamp and many ... works on paper like Machine Turn Quickly, (above) Francis Picabia continued his involvement in the Dada movement through 1919 in Zürich and Paris, before ...

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