1911 in art
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- February 2 – First issue of Franz Pfemfert's Die Aktion.
- August 21 – Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa is stolen from the Louvre museum in Paris by Vincenzo Peruggia; the theft is discovered the following day when painter Louis Béroud arrives to sketch it but the painting is not located until December 1913. Poet and art critic Guillaume Apollinaire and his friend Pablo Picasso are questioned over the theft.
- Creation of Der Blaue Reiter Group (first exhibition opens December 18 in Munich).
- Creation of the Puteaux Group.
- Creation of the Camden Town Group.
- Wassily Kandinsky publishes Über das Geistige in der Kunst, Insbesondere in der Malerei ("Concerning the Spiritual in Art, and Painting in Particular" or "The Art of Spiritual Harmony"), dated 1912.
- Rayonism developed in Russia by Mikhail Larionov and Natalia Goncharova.
- English wood engraver Gwen Darwin marries French painter Jacques Raverat.
- April 21–June 13 – Salon des Indépendants; Jean Metzinger, Albert Gleizes, Henri Le Fauconnier, Robert Delaunay, Fernand Léger, Joseph Csaky and Roger de La Fresnaye are shown together in Room 41, provoking an 'involuntary scandal' out of which Cubism emerges and spreads in Paris.
- May 11 – A Futurist exhibition in Milan is the first of efforts by the group to make its theories concrete.
- May 20–July 2 – Second International Art Exhibition in Düsseldorf (Kunsthalle), organised by Sonderbund westdeutscher Kunstfreunde und Künstler
- October 1–November 8 – Salon d'Automne; At this exhibition, Jean Metzinger, Albert Gleizes, Henri Le Fauconnier, Fernand Léger, František Kupka, André Lhote, Roger de La Fresnaye, Francis Picabia and Marcel Duchamp, Alexander Archipenko, Joseph Csaky exhibit Cubist works; and André Mare designs the decorative arts section.
- One-man show by Eugeniusz Żak at Galerie Druet.
See also: Category:1911 sculptures
- Umberto Boccioni
- Carlo Carrà – The Funeral of the Anarchist Galli
- Marc Chagall – I and the Village
- Giorgio de Chirico
- Robert Delaunay – Champs de Mars: La Tour Rouge
- Herbert Dicksee – Where's Master?
- Lydia Field Emmet – Olivia
- Albert Gleizes
- J. W. Godward
- In Realms Of Fancy
- On The Balcony (second version)
- Alfons Karpiński – The Parisian Street
- Wilhelm Lehmbruck – Kneeling (sculpture)
- Edmund Leighton – Stitching the Standard
- Paul Manship – Duck Girl (bronze)
- Franz Marc
- Henri Matisse – L'Atelier Rouge
- Jean Metzinger – Le goûter (Tea Time)
- Piet Mondrian – Gray Tree
- Emil Nolde – Maskenstilleben ("Masks Still Life")
- Pablo Picasso
- Egon Schiele – Masturbation
- Paul Signac – Antibes: the towers
- Charles Robinson Sykes – Spirit of Ecstasy (car mascot)
- Adolf Wölfli – General view of the island Neveranger
- January 2 – Alexander Džigurski, Serbian seascape artist (d. 1995).
- February 10 – Mallica Reynolds ("Kapo"), Jamaican painter, sculptor and religious leader (d. 1989).
- March 4 – Ilona Harima, Finnish painter (d. 1986).
- March 17 – David Park, American painter (d. 1960).
- March 23 – Roger Hilton, English painter (d. 1975).
- May 14 – Carl Abrahams, Jamaican painter (d. 2005).
- May 25 – Will Barnet, American painter, printmaker.
- July 15 – Juliet Pannett, English portrait artist (d. 2005).
- August 10 – Bruce Ariss, American artist (d. 1994).
- September 2 – Romare Bearden, American painter, printmaker (d. 1988).
- October 9 – Joe Rosenthal, American Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer (d. 2006).
- November 11 – Roberto Matta, Chilean painter (d. 2002).
- November 25 – Roelof Frankot, Dutch painter (d. 1984).
- December 25 – Louise Bourgeois, French-born painter and sculptor (d. 2010).
- January 19 – Valentin Serov, Russian painter (b. 1865)
- February 22 – Carl Fredrik Hill, Swedish painter (b. 1849)
- April 13 – William Keith, landscape painter (b. 1838)
- April 19 – Ivan Grohar, Slovenian Impressionist painter (b. 1867)
- May 5 – Halsey Ives, art teacher and curator (b. 1847)
- May 8 – Alphonse Legros, painter and etcher (b. 1837)
- August 1 – Edwin Austin Abbey, American painter and illustrator (b. 1852)
- August 12 – Jozef Israëls, painter (b. 1824)
- September 16 – Hishida Shunsō, Japanese painter (b. 1874)
- November 10 – Félix Ziem, French painter (b. 1821)
- (date unknown) – Stefano Bruzzi, Italian painter (b. 1835)