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El Lissitzky - Untitled
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Kazimir Malevich - Untitled
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Paul Klee - Magic Garden
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Piet Mondrian - Scaffold: Study for Tableau III
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Theo van Doesburg - Composition in Gray [Rag time]
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Piet Mondrian - Ocean 5
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Vasily Kandinsky - Empor
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Robert Delaunay - Fenêtres ouvertes simultanément 1ère partie, 3e motif
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Juan Gris - Bottle of Rum and Newspaper
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Vasily Kandinsky - Withe cross
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Umberto Boccioni - Dynamism of a Speeding Horse + Houses
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Arshile Gorky - Untitled
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Paul Klee - Portrait of Frau P. of the South
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Pablo Picasso - L'Atelier
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Vasily Kandinsky - Landscape with red spots, no. 2
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Piet Mondrian - Composition No. 1 with Grey and Red 1938  Composition with Red 1939
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Theo van Doesburg - Counter - Composition XIII
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Marc Chagall - The Rain (La Pluie)
El Lissitzky - Untitled
Kazimir Malevich - Untitled
Paul Klee - Magic Garden
Piet Mondrian - Scaffold: Study for Tableau III
Theo van Doesburg - Composition in Gray [Rag time]
Piet Mondrian - Ocean 5
Vasily Kandinsky - Empor
Robert Delaunay - Fenêtres ouvertes simultanément 1ère partie, 3e motif
Juan Gris - Bottle of Rum and Newspaper
Vasily Kandinsky - Withe cross
Umberto Boccioni - Dynamism of a Speeding Horse + Houses
Arshile Gorky - Untitled
Paul Klee - Portrait of Frau P. of the South
Pablo Picasso - L'Atelier
Vasily Kandinsky - Landscape with red spots, no. 2
Piet Mondrian - Composition No. 1 with Grey and Red 1938  Composition with Red 1939
Theo van Doesburg - Counter - Composition XIII
Marc Chagall - The Rain (La Pluie)

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Marc Chagall's early works are characterized by a neo-primitive style, inspired by Russian icons and popular art. When he moved to Paris in the summer of 1910. The artist brings with him several of these paintings depicting the life and customs of his native Vitebsk. The following year he reworks these paintings and also creates new compositions with similar subjects full of nostalgia for his homeland, but adapted to the techniques and ways acquired in contact with contemporary French art. In this canvas Chagall uses saturated and unrealistic colors combined with definitive areas of black and white to create a very decorative and vibrant surface. The splitting of some areas of the composition into shaded planes, such as the roof of the house and the first floor on the left, has its origins in Cubism, although this device is used quite occasionally.


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