Trivium Art History
The Artists

Marsden Hartley1877 — 1943

Spirituality comes first, cult status second

Spirituality comes first, cult status second

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The Dark Mountain, No. 2

The Dark Mountain, No. 2

1909
The Dark Mountain, No. 1

The Dark Mountain, No. 1

1909
Berlin Series No. 1

Berlin Series No. 1

1913
Berlin Series No. 3

Berlin Series No. 3

1913
Portrait Arrangement No. 2

Portrait Arrangement No. 2

1912-1913
Berlin Series No. 48

Berlin Series No. 48

1913

In this city of the generous, all are chivalrous

From a Paris Window–High

1913
Portrait of a German Officer

Portrait of a German Officer

1914
Lighthouse

Lighthouse

1915
Berlin Series No. 49

Berlin Series No. 49

1914-1915
Berlin Series No. 47

Berlin Series No. 47

1914-1915
Berlin Series No. 50

Berlin Series No. 50

1914-1915
Movement, Sails

Movement, Sails

1916
The Virgin of Guadalupe

The Virgin of Guadalupe

1918-1919
New Mexico Landscape

New Mexico Landscape

1923
Ivy and Fruits

Ivy and Fruits

1926
Roses for Seagulls that Lost Their Way

Roses for Seagulls that Lost Their Way

1935-1936
Ghosts of the Forest

Ghosts of the Forest

1938
The Last Look of John Donne

The Last Look of John Donne

1940
1801
Studies of silent women
Gwendolen Mary John
A poet creates a church of speed and violence
Filippo Tommaso Marinetti
Marsden Hartley
The poetry of sand and sun
A. O. Lamplough
"Art does not need us, and it never did"
Kazimir Malevich
2000

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