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 (bŏ-chō′nē, bōt-chō′-), Umberto 1882-1916.
Italian artist whose works, such as the sculpture Unique Forms of Continuity in Space, embodied futurism.

Boccioni

(Italian botˈtʃoni)
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(Biography) Umberto (umˈberto). 1882–1916, Italian painter and sculptor: principal theorist of the futurist movement
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Sotheby's said the 36 lots sold Wednesday, which also included a 1912 Umberto Boccioni painting, totaled an above-expected [pounds sterling]136 million (155 million euros, $189 million).
Marinetti, leader of the Futurist movement, began his introduction to the retrospective exhibition commemorating the death of the artist Umberto Boccioni (1882-1916).
Marinetti, Filippo Tommaso, Umberto Boccioni, Carlo Carra, Luigi Russolo and Ugo Piatti.
Italo Tavolato, ad esempio, che nei suoi interventi dedica molto spazio a questioni collegate al genere, pubblica "L'anima di Weininger" (1 gennaio 1913), e Ardengo Soffici e Umberto Boccioni, che spesso si occupano di nuove correnti artistiche, pubblicano "Cubismo e oltre" (Soffici, 15 gennaio 1913) e "Il dinamismo futurista e la pittura francese" (Boccioni, 1 agosto 1913).
States of Mind--The Farewells" by Umberto Boccioni, explores the "states of mind in a modern, mechanized society" that Rollin illustrates using bitonality, with the right hand on black keys and the left hand on white keys.
4) As for the Italian Futurists, it is enough to point out that Filippo Tommaso Marinetti, Umberto Boccioni, Luigi Russolo, Antonio Sant'Elia, Ugo Piatti, and Mario Sironi all volunteered for military service in a bicycle battalion in 1914-15.
1) They were: Umberto Boccioni, Anselmo Bucci, Luigi Russolo, Mario Sironi, Antonio Sant'Elia, Ugo Piatti, Carlo Erba and Achille Funi.
Before this turn toward fascism, however, the artists Umberto Boccioni, Carlo Carra, Luigi Russolo, and Gino Severini aligned themselves with Marinetti, signing the separate "Manifesto of Futurist Painters" in 1910 (7).
Balla signed the Manifesto in 1910, and his studio became the meeting place for the group, including the younger artist and Balla's student, painter and sculptor, Umberto Boccioni (1882-1916).
The reader will find comments on Bachofen and Otto Gross, Umberto Boccioni and Jacob Epstein, Else Lasker-Schuler and Franziska zu Reventlow, Lou Andreas-Salome and the German Women's Movement.
Umberto Boccioni, Carlo Carra, Luigi Russolo, Gino Severini y Giacomo Baila discutieron las implicancias que el Manifiesto futurista tenia en las artes visuales junto a Marinetti.
Highlights include works by Umberto Boccioni and Picasso as well as major works by artists such as Braque, Malevich and Duchamp.