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Umberto Boccioni
Umberto
 Boccioni
1882−1916
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October 19, 1882, was born the Italian painter and sculptor Umberto Boccioni, one of the authors of the “Technical manifesto of futuristic painting” and the author of the “Technical manifesto of futuristic sculpture”. Revolutionary and art historian Anatoly Lunacharsky spoke unflatteringly about the sculptural works of Boccioni: “I have never seen figures less like our perceptions. But Boccioni fancies himself an ultra-realist. I have never seen statues of more immobile, as if plunged into some matter spreading like dough. But this is an ultradynamic sculpture! Let them not say that this is still an attempt. Perhaps the sculpture will become ever more dynamic than that of Rodin or Medardo Rosso, while avoiding the shortcomings that are undoubtedly present in the works of the first and especially the second, but in this gradual conquest of the dynamics of the most static of arts and the results of Boccioni can be useful unless it is an indication of what should not be done ". But here's the work of painting Boccioni dynamism, no doubt, not to occupy.
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Umberto Boccioni. Signor Sacchi
Signor Sacchi
Umberto Boccioni
1807, 76.5×67.7 cm
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Vlad Maslov
added an artwork Laughter Umberto Boccioni to the collection -
Umberto Boccioni. Laughter
Laughter
Umberto Boccioni
1911, 110.2×145.4 cm
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Vlad Maslov
added artworks Umberto Boccioni to the collection -
Umberto Boccioni. Self-portrait
Umberto Boccioni. Elasticity
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Umberto Boccioni. Plot 6
Umberto Boccioni. Plot 10
Umberto Boccioni. Plot 25
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