User:Coldcreation

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Some articles I've created or worked on (English and French)[edit]

Artwork uploads[edit]

Jean Metzinger[edit]

Jean Metzinger, 1912, Danseuse au café (Dancer in a café), oil on canvas, 146.1 x 114.3 cm, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York. Published in Au Salon d'Automne "Les Indépendants" 1912, Exhibited at the 1912 Salon d'Automne


Albert Gleizes[edit]

Joseph Csaky[edit]

Alexander Archipenko[edit]

Francis Picabia[edit]

Robert Delaunay[edit]

Henri Matisse[edit]

Sculptures by Matisse[edit]

Pablo Picasso[edit]

Portrait photograph of Pablo Picasso, 1908. Valued image This image has been assessed under the valued image criteria and is considered the most valued image on Wkimedia Commons within the scope: Pablo Picasso, young. You can see its nomination here.

Georges Braque[edit]

Marcel Duchamp[edit]

Raymond Duchamp-Villon[edit]

Fernand Léger[edit]

Gino Severini[edit]

Constantin Brâncuși[edit]

Marc Chagall[edit]

Jacques Lipchitz[edit]

Marie Laurencin[edit]

André Derain[edit]

Cubism, Futurism, press articles and reviews[edit]

Umberto Boccioni, 1911, La rue entre dans la maison; Luigi Russolo, 1911, Souvenir d’une nuit. (Page 2) Jean Metzinger, 1910–11, Paysage (whereabouts unknown); Gino Severini, 1911, La danseuse obsedante; Albert Gleizes, 1912, l'Homme au Balcon, Man on a Balcony (Portrait of Dr. Théo Morinaud). Les Annales politiques et littéraires, Le Cubisme devant les Artistes, 1 December 1912. This is a three page article in which various critics express their often severe opinions on Cubism, Futurism and the underlying theory presented in Du "Cubisme". On the third page Albert Gleizes responds in defense of the new art. (In French)
Albert Gleizes, Broadway (1915), Gleizes in his New York studio with Jazz (1915); Marcel Duchamp's Nude Descending a Staircase, No. 2; Jean Crotti in his studio. The European Art-Invasion, The Mob as Art Critic, The Literary Digest, Letters and Art, 27 November 1915. pp. 1224-1227

Other works[edit]