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Umberto BoccioniWhy can’t I stop painting my mother?

Umberto Boccioni was an Italian Artist who Died Young born in 1882. Boccioni contributed to the Futurist, and Early Modernist movements and died in 1916. Get notified when Umberto Boccioni's biography is complete:

The Mother

1909

Riot in the Galleria

1909

Self Portrait

1910

Young Woman Reading (Ines)

1909-1910

The City Rises

1910

We will declare war on all artists and institutions which insist a façade of false modernity...they are ensnared by tradition, academicism and nauseating cerebral laziness.

Manifesto of the Futurist Painters

1910

The motor bus rushes into the houses, and the houses throw themselves on the motor bus. The construction of pictures has hitherto been foolishly traditional.

Technical Manifesto of Futurist Painting

1910

Three Women

1910

The Laugh

1911

The Riot

1911

States of Mind I: The Farewells

1911

States of Mind II: Those Who Go

1911

States of Mind III: Those Who Stay

1911

Sketch for States of Mind: The Farewells

1911

Sketch for States of Mind: Those Who Go

1911

Sketch for States of Mind: Those Who Stay

1911

Development of a Bottle in Space

1911

How can generations of sculptors can continue to construct dummies without asking why the exhibition halls of sculpture have become reservoirs of boredom and nausea?

Technical Manifesto of Futurist Sculpture

1912

Materia

1912

Simultaneous Visions

1912

Horizontal Volumes

1912

It is the creation of a new form which expresses the relativity between weight and expansion, between rotation and revolution; here, in fact, we have life itself caught in a form which life has created in its infinite succession of events.

Plastic Dynamism

1913

Dynamism of a Soccer Player

1913

Antigraceful

1913

Unique Forms of Continuity in Space

1913

The Street Pavers

1914

The Artist's Mother

1915

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