Giacomo balla

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Balla, Giacomo (1871-1958) - 1918 Form Spirit Transformation (Balla Collection, Rome, Italy)    Oil on canvas; 51.1 x 65.5 cm. Gino Severini, Umberto Boccioni, Giacomo Balla, Italian Futurism, Futurism Art, Saatchi Gallery, Italian Painters, Abstract Drawings, Lithograph Print

Balla, Giacomo (1871-1958) - 1918 Form Spirit Transformation (Balla Collection, Rome, Italy)

Oil on canvas; 51.1 x 65.5 cm. Giacomo Balla was an Italian painter. Born in Turin, in the Piedmont region of Italy, the son of an industrial chemist, as a child Giacomo Balla studied music. At 9, he began working in a lithograph print shop. By age twenty his interest in art was such that he decided to study painting at local academies and exhibited several of his early works. Following academic studies at the University of Turin, Balla moved to Rome in 1895. For several years he worked in…

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Marti Anderson
Speed of a Motorcycle. 1913. Giacomo Balla Land Art, Futurist Painting, Italian Futurism, Giacomo Balla, Futurism Art, Dynamic Movement, Moving Images, A Level Art, Italian Art

Art: Giacomo Balla's Speed of a Motorcycle.

Giacomo Balla "Speed of a Motorcycle", 1913 Oil on Canvas Wiki: "Born in Turin, in the Piedmont region of Italy, the son of an industrial chemist, as a child Giacomo Balla studied music. By age twenty his interest in art was such that he decided to study painting at local academies and exhibited several of his early works. Following academic studies at the University of Turin, Balla moved to Rome in 1895 where he met and married Elisa Marcucci. For several years he worked in Rome as an…

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Bryn Emerian
Balla, Giacomo (1871-1958) - 1916 Fireworks (Private Colle… | Flickr Croquis, Italian Futurism, Giacomo Balla, Futurism Art, History Of Art, Italian Painters, April 12, April 13, Abstract Drawings

Balla, Giacomo (1871-1958) - 1916 Fireworks (Private Collection)

Tempera with tinfoil on lined paper; 103 x 130 cm. Giacomo Balla was an Italian painter. Born in Turin, in the Piedmont region of Italy, the son of an industrial chemist, as a child Giacomo Balla studied music. At 9, he began working in a lithograph print shop. By age twenty his interest in art was such that he decided to study painting at local academies and exhibited several of his early works. Following academic studies at the University of Turin, Balla moved to Rome in 1895. For several…

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Giacomo Balla: the future will be a flash of light - Dorotheum Blog De Stijl, Patchwork, Tracey Emin, Rudolf Hausner, Karl Hofer, Umberto Boccioni, Italian Futurism, Giacomo Balla, Futurism Art

Giacomo Balla: the future will be a flash of light

The artwork “Futurist Reconstruction of the Universe” by Giacomo Balla, revealed art’s revolutionary and all-encompassing role in redefining the known universe, from the landscape to the still life. His “Valori plastici”, which features in Dorotheum’s auction of modern art, is part of this role. Balla’s house was a forge of ideas in which the artist,…

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