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Fernand Henri Léger
Cubism for the common man

Fernand Henri Léger, The ArtistsComposition with Aloes, No. 4
Portrait of Fernand Henri Léger

Fernand Henri Léger was a French artist born on February 4, 1881. Henri Léger contributed to the Cubist movement, worked in the United States and died on August 17, 1955.

The Smokers, Fernand Henri Léger

The Smokers 1911 – 1912

Nude Model in the Studio, Fernand Henri Léger

Nude Model in the Studio 1912 – 1913

Soldier with a pipe, Fernand Henri Léger

Soldier with a pipe 1916

El Mecánico, Fernand Henri Léger

El Mecánico 1920

Mother and Child, Fernand Henri Léger

Mother and Child 1922

Two Figures (Nudes on a red background), Fernand Henri Léger

Two Figures (Nudes on a red background) 1923

Composition (Definitive State), Fernand Henri Léger

Composition (Definitive State) 1925

Composition, Fernand Henri Léger

Composition 1926

Composition with Aloes, No. 4, Fernand Henri Léger

Composition with Aloes, No. 4 1934 – 1935

Head of a Woman, Fernand Henri Léger

Head of a Woman 1949

The Great Parade (definitive state), Fernand Henri Léger

The Great Parade (definitive state) 1954

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