The Avant-Garde During and After World War I
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    • The Avant-GardeDuring and After World War I
    • Suprematism (Started 1915)
    • Kazimir Malevich 1879-1936
    • Black Square, 1915
    • Two-Dimensional Self-Portrait, 1915
    • Soccer Player in the Fourth Dimension, 1915
    • A Peasant Woman in the Fourth Dimension, 1915
    • Blue Triangle and Black Square, 1915
    • Suprematism, 1915
    • Supremus #50, 1915
    • Dada(Started 1916)
    • Hugo Ball Reciting “Karawane,” 1916
    • Hans (Jean) Arp 1886-1966
    • Collage with Squares Arranged According to Chance, 1916
    • Entombment of Birds and Butterflies (Head of Tzara), 1916
    • Collage with Squares Arranged According to Chance, 1917
    • Automatic Drawing, 1918
    • Dada, 1919
    • Sophie Täuber-Arp 1889-1943
    • Dance Costumes, 1916
    • Dada Head: Portrait of Arp, 1918
    • Self-Portrait: Dada Head, 1920
    • Dada Head, 1920
    • Dada Head, 1920
    • Marcel Duchamp 1883-1968
    • Fountain, 1917
    • L. H. O. O. Q., 1919
    • De Stijl(Started 1917)
    • Piet Mondrian 1872-1944
    • Composition with Yellow, Red, Black, Blue and Gray, 1920
    • Composition with Red, Yellow and Blue, 1921
    • Surrealism(Started 1923)
    • Automatic DrawingAndré Masson, 1924
    • Exquisite Corpse, 1927
    • Salvador Dalí 1904-1989
    • Invention of the Monsters, 1927
    • Rotting Donkey, 1928
    • Illumined Pleasures, 1929
    • The Enigma of Desire, 1929
    • First Days of Spring, 1929
    • Invisible Lion, Horse, and Sleeper, 1930
    • Suburbs of the Paranoiac-Critical City: Afternoon on the Outskirts of Europe, 1931
    • The Persistence of Memory, 1931
    • The Invisible Man, 1932
    • The Enigma of Hitler, 1938
    • The Transparent Simulacrum of the Feigned Image, 1938
    • Landscape: Telephones on a Plate, 1939
    • Dream Caused by the Flight of a Bumblebee around a Pomegranate One Second Before Awakening, 1944
    • Disintegration of the Persistence of Memory, 1954
    • Juan Miró1893-1983
    • Maternity, 1924
    • Untitled, 1925
    • Dog Barking at the Moon, 1926
    • Landscape: The Hare, 1927
    • Photo: This is the Color of My Dreams, 1935
    • Painting, 1933
    • René Magritte 1898-1967
    • The Treason of Images, 1929
    • The Human Condition, 1938
    • Memory, 1948
    • Méret Oppenheim 1913-1985
    • Object (Luncheon in Fur), 1936
    • My Nurse, 1936