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vorticism [also: Vorticism]
Vortizismus {m}
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Übersetzung für 'vorticism' von Englisch nach Deutsch

vorticism [also: Vorticism]
Vortizismus {m}art
Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Influenced by Cubism, Futurism and Vorticism, his work expressed dynamic rhythm through bold, simple forms. His linocut prints show his interest in depicting speed and movement.
  • The rather traditional British marine artist Sir Norman Wilkinson was during World War I the inventor of dazzle camouflage, by which ships were boldly painted in patterns, achieving results not dissimilar to Vorticism, inspiring the naval ditty: "Captain Schmidt at the periscope / You need not fall or faint / For it’s not the vision of drug or dope / But only the dazzle paint".
  • Born in Chelsea, London on 12 May 1902 and educated at Emanuel School, Banting was initially attracted to vorticism and associated with the Bloomsbury Group, before becoming interested in surrealism in Paris in the 1930s.
  • Vorticism was a London-based modernist art movement formed in 1914 by the writer and artist Wyndham Lewis.
  • Although Strachan was interested in Futurism, Cubism, and Vorticism, his work shows little influence of this.
  • Hulme, his ideas were influential in the development of early British modernism, especially Vorticism.
  • His early paintings were influenced by cubism, futurism and vorticism.
  • The series of paintings and drawings he produced while serving in the trenches showed him to be in sympathy with elements of Futurism and Vorticism.
  • Wyndham Lewis helped pioneer Vorticism, a modernist movement in British art and poetry in the early 20th century and founded the Rebel Art Centre in 1914.
  • Nash's style is developed from Cubism and Vorticism.
  • VitaliV (or Vitali V, real name Vitali Vinogradov) He initially referred to his artistic style based on microchips computer design as "digital art" but the term seemed too generic, and the artist soon decided in favour of "schematism" (like "vorticism" or "suprematism") – the term he invented himself to represent his signature style.
  • Active mainly in the 1930s he was greatly influenced by the works of Paul Nash and the Vorticism movement, experimenting with form and developing a style which was very much his own.
  • Between 1913 and 1915, Epstein was associated with the short-lived Vorticism movement and produced one of his best known sculptures "The Rock Drill".
  • The posters span many styles: many show abstract influences, including futurism, cubism, and vorticism; others evoke impressionist influences such as Japanese woodcuts.
  • Sometimes called "Cubic Orphism"; compare to the British Vorticism.
  • In 1974 the Arts Council exhibition "Vorticism and Its Allies", curated by Richard Cork, recognised Roberts's important role within the group; however, when Cork approached him for an interview Roberts was uncooperative.
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