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dominic.murray.50. Happy Birthday, David Bomberg.🎨1890-1957.Painter.Vorticism, Cubism, F

Happy Birthday, David Bomberg.🎨1890-1957.Painter.Vorticism, Cubism, Futurism.Westminster School Of Art.under Walter Sickert.Slade School.under Henry Tonks.Teacher at Borough Polytechnic. (London South Bank University.)Exhibiting with Camden Town Group.Euston Road School.(Self Portrait.1931.)(Woman Looking Through Window.1911-12.)Details Of (At The Window.1919.)(Sappers At Work.A Canadian Tunnelling Company.1919.)(In The Hold.1913-14.)(Racehorses. 1913.black chalk and wash.)Details Of (Ju-Jitsu.1913.)Details Of(The Mud Bath.1914.)(Vision Of Ezekiel.1912.)(Ghetto #painting #vorticism #cubism #artistsbirthday #futurism #artistbirthday

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williampinfold. One of my absolute favourites of Wyndham Lewis's portraits, Stafford C

One of my absolute favourites of Wyndham Lewis's portraits, Stafford Cripps (1934) Cripps is a slightly problematic figure, in lots of ways a great man (especially for his time), he was a strongly anti-imperialist, egalitarian and anti-fascist Labour politician, but he was also responsible for the post-WW2 policy of austerity which undoubtedly helped the recovery of the UK economy in the 50s, but also set a precedent that has since been misused and increased inequality rather than combating it. On the other hand, he's only about a millionth as problematic as Wyndham Lewis himself. Oddly, Lewis saw himself as a radical member of the political left although he's often been characterised as a fascist. He was a much more complex and interesting figure than either of those viewpoints suggest but, alas, also an asshole really; and only sometimes on purpose. #wyndhamlewis #art #arthistory #portrait #drawing #graphicart #vorticism #britishart #1930s #StaffordCripps #politics #20thcenturyart #modernart #modernism

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orionazoic. Changed this painting up a bit #existentialism #oilpainting #surrealis

Changed this painting up a bit #existentialism #oilpainting #surrealism #vorticism #art

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Cyril Power Linocut print of Bank Road underground station . Cyril Power (1872-1951) “The Tube Station,” (Coppel CEP 32), linocut in colours, circa 1932, on tissue-thin Japan paper, signed, titled and numbered 39/60 USA edition, with margins. Framed by Bark. Image:258 x 295 mm., Sheet: 303 x 337 mm. Provenance: Redfern Gallery. Cyril Power was a British artist best known for his linocut prints, his long-standing artistic partnership with Canadian artist Sybil Andrews, and for co-founding The Grosvenor School Of Modern Art in London in 1925. By the time Cyril Power created this image in 1932 there were at least six kilometres of track, and the Underground was one of the most potent symbols of the new industrial age. Power was fascinated by the Underground, and he depicted various aspects: from stairs and cascading escalators to the technologically advanced curves of the tunnels and electrical signage announcing arrival of the trains. This linocut is for sale and included in Modernism: Urban, Industrial, Abstract - at a new exhibition, which can be viewed at HeliclineFineArt.com. . . . . #grosvenorartschool #londonartweek #royalacademyofarts #modernistart #modernart #1930sart #londonart #vorticism #urbanartwork #artnet #britishmuseum #britishart #artoflondon #cyrilpower #modernistart #londonartist #grosvenorschool #sybilandrews #linocut #printmaking #linoprint #printart #londonartscene #londonundergroundart #artilike #seemoreart #arthistory #dailyart #bankstation #bankroadstation @londonundergroundofficial

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"BLAST sets out to be an avenue for all those vivid and violent ideas that could reach the Public in no other way." ⚫ "BLAST will be popular, essentially. It will not appeal to any particular class, but...TO THE INDIVIDUAL." ⚪ "The moment a man feels or realizes himself as an artist, he ceases to belong to any mileu or time. BLAST is created for this timeless, fundamental Artist that exists in everybody." ⚫ "BLAST presents an art of Individuals." ⚪ - excerpts from "Long Live the Vortex!" by Wyndham Lewis (original 1914 facsimile edition of 'BLAST: A Review of the Great English Vortex, Volume 1') . Come, join this Rebel Art Centre get swept up in this Vortex of Our own making-- remember: 'this digital frontier is Ours for the taking!' (DM @roomforwriting if You're interested in collaborating🌪️✨📜) . . . #wyndhamlewis #vortex #vorticism #ezrapound #modernism #modernpoetry #rarebooks #vintagebooks #typography #poetry #poetrycommunity #literature #booksofinstagram #writingcommunity #arthistory #succulents #aloevera . #roomforwriting

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Theo (L6) explores capturing movement, looking at David Bomberg and the Vorticist movement

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Cyril Power (1872-1951) “The Tube Station,” (Coppel CEP 32), linocut in colours, circa 1932, on tissue-thin Japan paper, signed, titled and numbered 39/60 USA edition, with margins. Framed by Bark. Image:258 x 295 mm., Sheet: 303 x 337 mm. Provenance: Redfern Gallery. . This linocut is for sale and included in Modernism: Urban, Industrial, Abstract - our new exhibition, which can be viewed HeliclineFineArt.com. . News: we are a 1stDibs dealer: https://www.1stdibs.com/dealers/helicline-fine-art/ . Power was an English artist best known for his linocut prints, his long-standing artistic partnership with Canadian artist Sybil Andrews, and for co-founding The Grosvenor School Of Modern Art in London in 1925. . . . . #londonartweek #artbasel #artbaselmiami2019 #artbaselmiami #curator #printfair #ifpda #royalacademyofarts #dulwichgallery #modernart #1930sart #londonart #machineage #artdeco #vorticism #christies #artnet #bonhams #redferngallery #collectprints #britishmuseum #britishart #cyrilpower #1stdibs #modernist #grosvenorschool #sothebys #sybilandrews #linocut #victoriaalbertmuseun @britishmuseum @aucklandcityartgallery @fineartsmuseumsanfrancisco @wolfsonian @lacma @artgalleryoftoronto @moma @londontransportmuseum @nationalartgallerynewzealand @vamuseum

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Now playing! Dazzleships (stop motion animation, HD video, ceramic) by @suzannenacha in the chromacore exhibition with @m.e.g.h.a.n.p.r.i.c.e until Dec 7th. Nacha first came across Edward Wadsworth's Dazzleship paintings during a visit to the Tate Modern in 2014. As she looked further into Wadsworth’s work, Nacha discovered his Dazzle-ship paintings and prints, his early involvement with Vorticism and his contribution to designing Dazzle camouflage as a WWI artist. Finding the work of Edward Wadsworth alongside historical naval photography inspired Nacha to stage and animate a Dazzle-ship flotilla in perpetual motion. Building onto the idea that dazzle camouflage was conceived to confuse enemy targeting during WWI, she reimagines the beauty of dazzle geometry as it subtly reflects and is fractured on the water’s surface, and seeks to connect back to Vorticist aesthetics through the tradition and magic of painted paper cutouts, theatre lighting and stop-motion animation. #dazzleship #contemporaryart #stopmotion #vorticism #naval #flotilla

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@realJulietStevenson introduces :Radical Women: Jessica Dismorr and her Contemporaries” @pallanthousegallery in #Chichester 2 November 2019 – 23 February 2020 Discover a fascinating history of alliances and connections among the women artists of the early 20th century in Britain. An artist at the forefront of the avant-garde in Britain – from her involvement with the Rhythm group during the late 1910s, to vorticism, post-war figuration and the abstraction of the 1930s – Jessica Dismorr (1885-1939) has since, unjustly, fallen into obscurity. The exhibition explores how Dismorr and her female contemporaries engaged with modernist literature and radical politics through their art, including their contributions to campaigns for women’s suffrage and the anti-fascist organisations of the 1930s. It features 80 works including paintings, sculptures, graphic art and archival materials, some of which have never been exhibited before. Artists include Dismorr’s fellow Rhythmists, Anne Estelle Rice and Ethel Wright; Helen Saunders, the only other female founding signatory of the Vorticists; Paule Vezelay, who showed with Dismorr with the London Group, and Sophie Fedorovitch and Winifred Nicholson who exhibited at the Seven and Five Society in the 1920s. Dismorr was one of only seven British women at D.O.O.D (de Olympiade onder Dictatuur) Amsterdam in 1936, the exhibition designed to counter Josef Goebbels’ Nazi Art Olympiad, and her work will be seen for the first time in the company of other women who exhibited with anti-fascist organisations in the 1930s, including Edith Rimmington, Betty Rea and Barbara Hepworth. Via @ArtFund #RadicalWomen #WomenArtists #PallantHouseGallery #JessicaDismorr #vorticism #postwarart #AthenaPrize #YoungMiLamine

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wendighoul030. Im not really into abstract, but this is for my college so I thought I

Im not really into abstract, but this is for my college so I thought I might as well show this to you guys! This is Vorticism art and is inspired by Wyndham Lewis Hope you like it I guess- #abstractart #abstract #abstractpainting #painting #lineart #vorticism #art #college #collegeartist #2019 #colours

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jamie.anderson.art. Young Bomberg and the Old Masters has opened @nationalgallery in Londo

Young Bomberg and the Old Masters has opened @nationalgallery in London. Curated by our old friend Richard Cork, it is a small one room show that packs an incredible punch. The recent Ben Uri touring show was a wonderful event, but they didn’t manage to have Ju-Jitsu (illustrated), In The Hold, The Mud Bath and The Sappers together. These four works, painted within 4 years of each other are simply startling when viewed together. That’s not taking into account the other exceptional works exhibited. This small show reaffirmed my belief that Bomberg is one of the very finest 20th century British artists, and I would argue his achievements during the period covered by the exhibition are unmatched by any British artist of period (but I accept this is a highly subjective view). The show is brilliant, it’s free, and it’s on until 1st March. Richard told me over 2000 people visited on the first day, but it feels like a wonderful cocoon (especially with the works hung on midnight blue walls) compared to the throng of the streets outside. #davidbomberg #nationalgallery #modernbritishart #vorticism #richardcork #londonexhibitions #inthehold

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pallanthousegallery. Swipe to see what our visitors have to say about ‘Radical Women: Jessi

Swipe to see what our visitors have to say about ‘Radical Women: Jessica Dismorr and her Contemporaries’. . We LOVE having a rummage through our visitors’ books – there’s always great little sketches, personal stories and witty comments – but mostly we love hearing what you think about our exhibitions. We wanted ‘Radical Women’ to highlight the untold stories of these artists so that they might be written back in to the history of Modern British art, and it’s great to see that sentiment echoed in so many of your comments. . Radical Women: Jessica Dismorr and her Contemporaries is open until 23 Feb 2020. Click the link in our bio for more information. . Don’t forget, if you have a National Lottery Ticket, our exhibitions are FREE from 26-29 Nov. Find out more about the National Lottery’s #ThanksToYou scheme - the link can also be found in our bio. . . . . #RadicalWomen #WomenArtists #Visitors #TuesdayThoughts #PallantHouseGallery #ModernBritishArt #ModernArt #Painting #Vorticism #Rhythm #Feedback #WhatDoYouThink? #JessicaDismorr

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Now reading: The Revenge For Love by Wyndham Lewis (1937). #vorticist #vorticism #wyndhamlewis

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#artword Vorticism. The vorticists were a British avant-garde group formed in London in 1914 with the aim of creating art that expressed the dynamism of the modern world. #vorticism #avantegarde #artmovement

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