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The Avant-Garde in the Early Twentieth Century

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  • 1. The Avant-Gardeof the Early 20th Century
  • 2. Primitivism(Started 1890s)
  • 3. Henri Rousseau 1844-1910
  • 4. Tiger in a Tropical Storm (Surprise!), 1891
  • 5. The Hungry Lion Throws Itself on the Antelope, 1905
  • 6. Snake Charmer, 1907
  • 7. Fight Between Tiger and Buffalo, 1908
  • 8. The Equatorial Jungle, 1909
  • 9. Exotic Landscape, 1910
  • 10. Fauvism(Started 1905)
  • 11. Henri Matisse 1869-1954
  • 12. Woman with a Hat, 1905
  • 13. Green Line(Portrait of Mme. Matisse), 1905
  • 14. The Window, 1905
  • 15. Oriental Rugs, 1906
  • 16. The Joy of Life, 1906
  • 17. Red Room, 1908
  • 18. Goldfish, 1910
  • 19. Dance (1), 1910
  • 20. André Derain 1880-1954
  • 21. Fishing Boats, 1905
  • 22. Fishing Boats at Collioure, 1905
  • 23. Bridge Over the Riou, 1905
  • 24. Charing Cross Bridge, London, 1906
  • 25. Maurice de Vlaminck 1876-1958
  • 26. Autumn Landscape, 1905
  • 27. Tugboat on the Seine, 1906
  • 28. Cubism(Started 1907)
  • 29. Pablo Picasso 1881-1973
  • 30. Les Demoiselles d’Avignon, 1907
  • 31. Houses on the Hill, 1909
  • 32. Girl with Mandolin (Fanny Tellier), 1910
  • 33. The Mandolinist, 1911
  • 34. The Piano Accordionist, 1911
  • 35. Still Life with Caned Chair, 1912
  • 36. The Guitar, 1913
  • 37. Georges Braque 1882-1963
  • 38. Portuguese, 1911
  • 39. Guitar and Program: “Statue d’épouvante,” 1913
  • 40. Italian Futurism (Started 1909)
  • 41. Gino Severini (1883-1966)
  • 42. Suburban Train Arriving at Paris, 1915
  • 43. Umberto Boccioni 1882-1916
  • 44. The City Rises, 1910
  • 45. Simultaneism (Started 1911)
  • 46. Sonia Delaunay-Terk (1885-1979)
  • 47. Tango au Bal Bullier, 1913
  • 48. Dubonnet (Poster), 1914
  • 49. Market at Minho, 1915
  • 50. Flamenco Dancer, 1916
  • 51. Simultaneous Fashion Design, c. 1925
  • 52. Robert Delaunay 1885-1941
  • 53. Simultaneous Windows,2nd Motif, 1st Part, 1912
  • 54. Champs de Mars. The Red Tour, 1911
  • 55. German Expressionism (Die Brücke, started 1905;Der Blaue Reiter, started 1911)
  • 56. The ScreamEdvard Munch, 1893
  • 57. Emil Nolde 1867-1956
  • 58. Dancing Around the Golden Calf, 1910
  • 59. Masks. Still Life, 1911
  • 60. The Prophet, 1912
  • 61. Candle Dancers, 1912
  • 62. Vassily Kandinsky 1866-1944
  • 63. Composition IV, 1911
  • 64. Improvisation, 1912
  • 65. Improvisation No. 30 (Warlike Theme), 1913
  • 66. Improvisation No. 31 (Sea Battle), 1913
  • 67. Small Pleasures, 1913
  • 68. Moscow I, 1916
  • 69. Franz Marc 1880-1916
  • 70. The Large Blue Horses, 1911
  • 71. The Yellow Cow, 1911
  • 72. Blue-Black Fox, 1911
  • 73. Tiger, 1912
  • 74. Deer in a Monastery Garden, 1912
  • 75. In the Rain, 1912
  • 76. The First Animals, 1913
  • 77. The World Cow, 1913
  • 78. Cattle, 1913
  • 79. Three Cats, 1913
  • 80. Foxes, 1913
  • 81. Deer in the Forest, 1913
  • 82. The Wolves: Balkan War, 1914
  • 83. The Fate of the Animals, 1914