Fernand Leger


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Noun1.Fernand Leger - French painter who was an early cubist (1881-1955)
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As well as Leonardo, the year also saw new auction records for Basquiat, Qi, Zao, Marc Chagall, Fernand Leger and Brancusi.
Hans Hofmann (German-born American; 1880-1966) began his work in Paris alongside Pablo Picasso and Fernand Leger.
Marie-Alain Couturier, close associate of the artists Henri Matisse and Fernand Leger.
Contract notice: Supply and delivery of specific equipment for high schools: lpa Claude Simon, Louis Feuillade, Henri IV, Fernand Leger and Rosa Luxemburg.
Many of the works in this exhibition represent the exquisitely constructed livre d'artiste first fostered by dealer-publishers in the early twentieth century; standing apart on conceptual and material grounds, and distanced from the deluxe portfolio traditions of printmaking, fine-press production, and the craft-driven arts of the book, are works by foundational figures such as Ilia Zdanevich (Iliazd), Ed Ruscha, Dieter Roth, and Fernand Leger.
She was born in Lebanon in 1916, trained in Paris with Fernand Leger and went on to develop her own instantly recognisable style of painting and sculpture.
Outside, the grounds are walled in by ancient stone and feel like an open-air museum: gnarled olive trees and a plunge pool punctuate a sculpture garden with an original bronze work by French artist Fernand Leger.
On July 1, 1926, gallery owner Leonce Rosenberg wrote to his friend, the painter Fernand Leger, "Women, in freeing themselves, are enriching humanity with additional and surprising values.
French artist Fernand Leger (1881-1955) embraced the Cubist art movement of fracturing objects into geometric shapes.
Les constructeurs avec arbre" d'un autre Francais, Fernand Leger, sera l'autre vedette de ces encheres, avec une estimation entre 16 et 22 millions de dollars, a souligne Brooke Lampley, responsable du departement de l'impressionnisme et de l'art moderne chez Christie's.
Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald, Pablo Picasso, Fernand Leger, Dorothy Parker, Cole Porter, Jean Cocteau and more.
Since Duchamp's derivative work, other modern and contemporary artists have followed suit and used this image in their works, such as Fernand Leger, Rene Magritte, Andy Warhol, Fernando Botero, Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg, Jean Michel Basquiat, Keith Haring, Lennie Mace, Sophie Matisse, Banksy and Caroline Shotton.