Giacomo Balla, Dinamismo de perro con correa, 1912 Giacomo Balla, Dynamism of a dog on a leash, 1912
By Giacomo Balla, Italian artist and one of the founding members of Futurism. He had very little formal art training.
Giacomo Balla Abstract Speed - The Car has Passed 1913 Oil on canvas
Giacomo Balla - Bambina che corre su un balcone, 1912
The street light by Giacoma balla in It is the oil painting in Futurism period.
"The Hand of the Violinist" - Giacomo Balla - Futurismo
Artworks by artists, including "Iridescent Interpenetration" by Italian Futurist painter Giacomo Balla (above) influenced the Missoni brand.
Lines of Movement and Dynamic Succession - Giacomo Balla
Giacomo Balla "Speed of a Motorcycle", 1913 Oil on Canvas Wiki: "Born in Turin, in the Piedmont region of Italy, the son of an industrial.
Giacomo Balla "Street Light" 1909 Oil on canvas, Museum of Modern Art, New York
Giacomo Balla was a popular painter of the time, employing cubism and geometry in both art and fashion. He designed for men who were no longer interested in "boring" suits. Planet Mercury passing in front of the Sun
Claude Monet, The Irises (Monet’s Garden) 1900
Sculpture: Giacomo Balla, Dynamic of Boccioni's fist, 1914
Futurism Giacomo Balla: Flight of the Swallows, 1913
Giacomo Balla Girl Running on a Balcony. Giacomo Balla: Girl Running on a Balcony, 1912 Showing the Futurism idea that images don't have to just reflect one moment in time.
Swifts: Paths of Movement + Dynamic Sequences, 1913 by Giacomo Balla. Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York City, NY, US
The Speed of an Autumobile, 1913 - Giacomo Balla
Cave to Canvas, Giacomo Balla, Line of Speed, 1913