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Movements of Modernism
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Self-Portrait with Physalis is from which art movement?

RegionalismCubismExpressionismSurrealismFauvismNextSee the work! ↗

Beatrice Addressing Dante from the Car is from which art movement?

ConstructivismArt DecoSymbolismAbstract ExpressionismDadaNextSee the work! ↗

Non-Objective Composition is from which art movement?

FauvismDe StijlSuprematismConstructivismRegionalismNextSee the work! ↗

'The Rich Catch of Fish' Armchair is from which art movement?

Social RealismSymbolismArt NouveauVienna SecessionMinimalismNextSee the work! ↗

Italian woman with a plate in her raised hand is from which art movement?

ExpressionismArt DecoCubismVienna SecessionSocial RealismNextSee the work! ↗

Between Scylla and Charybdis is from which art movement?

Social RealismSuprematismRegionalismDe StijlSymbolismNextSee the work! ↗

The New City — House Stairs with External Lifts is from which art movement?

FuturismArt NouveauConstructivismSocial RealismDadaNextSee the work! ↗

Region of the Unstructured Sound is from which art movement?

ConstructivismArt DecoDe StijlDadaNextSee the work! ↗

Christ of Saint John of the Cross is from which art movement?

SurrealismHarlem RenaissanceDadaFuturismDe StijlNextSee the work! ↗

Migration Series No.33: Letters from relatives in the North told of the better life there is from which art movement?

SuprematismHarlem RenaissanceExpressionismFauvismDadaNextSee the work! ↗

Sketch for States of Mind: The Farewells is from which art movement?

Art NouveauSymbolismVienna SecessionMinimalismFuturismNextSee the work! ↗

The Brooch / Eva Mudocci is from which art movement?

SymbolismSuprematismDadaExpressionismSurrealismNextSee the work! ↗
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