Early Modernism 1910-1935 By: Kerstin Ricca Early Influences Early Modernism was a movement characterized by its deliberate break from design patterns and traditions of the past.
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By: Kerstin Ricca
Left: Woman with a guitar, by Georges Braque, 1913
Right: Le Guitarist Pablo Picasso 1910
Top: Carlo Carra, Guerrapittura (War-Painting), 1915.
Bottom: Cover and page design for Zang Tumb Tumb: Adrianopoli Ottobre 1912 by Filippo Marinetti.
Left: Dada 6 (Bulletin Dada), Tristan Tzara 1920
Right: John Heartfield, Hitler tells fairy tales II, INSCRIPTION: “...and then the poor German Michel screamed so long, that finally the whole world believed him: ‘Help, help, I'm surrounded!’”
Top: The Difficult Crossing by Rene Magritte, 1926.
Bottom Left: The Red Tower by Giorgio de Chirico. 1913.
Bottom Right: Salvador Dali. (Spanish, 1904-1989). The Persistence of Memory. 1931.
Top: Woman with Dead Child by Kathe Kollwitz, etching, 1903
Bottom Left: On White II by Wassily Kandinsky, 1923.
Bottom Right: Henri Matisse. Portrait of Madame Matisse. (The green line). 1905
Center: Alvin Langdon Coburn, Vortograph, 1917
Right: Man Ray, Le Violon d'Ingres, 1924Photography
Right: Ambassadeurs, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
Left: Ludwig Hohlwein, Gaba (bookplate), 1926
Center: Otto Baumberger, Hotel St. Gotthard Zurich, 1917
Right: Lucian Bernhard, Breisgau-Perle, 1914
Klutsis, Gustav, Millions of qualified workers for the 518 new factories, 1931
Advertising poster for the state airline Dobrolet. 1923. A. Rodchenko and V. Stepanova Archive, Moscow
Beat the Whites with the Red Wedge, 1919 El Lissitzky
Proun 12E, El Lissitzky, 1923
Top: Photomontage study
Bottom: Exhibition poster, El Lissitzky, 1929
Arithmetische Compositie, 1924, Theo van Doesburg
Bauhaus Ausstellung Poster, Fritz Schleifer, 1922
Staatliches Bauhaus, Weimar, 1919–1923, 1923, Walter Gropius
Der Berufsphotograph Poster, Jan Tschichold, 1938
“We do not know why, but we can demonstrate that a human being finds planes of definite and intentional proportions more pleasant or more beautiful than those of accidental proportions.”
Jan Tschichold, The Form of the Book, 1975
Konstruktivisten Poster, Jan Tschichold 1937
Nonconformist Chair, Eileen Gray
Red and Blue Chair, Gerrit Rietveld, 1917
The Barcelona Chair, Mies van der Rohe
The Barrel Chair, Frank Lloyd Wright
The Bauhaus Gropius House in Lincoln, Massachusetts, Walter Gropius
I.M. Pei, Architect - Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art at Cornell University
The Berlin Holocaust Memorial, Peter Eisenman.