Fernand Leger (1881-1955)
French Cubist artist, creator of "tubism"; additionally worked with stained cup, sculpture.
troops Playing at Cards (1917) Kroller-Muller Museum, Otterlo.
The Mechanic (1920) nationwide Gallery of Canada, Ottowa.
Three Women (Le Grand Dejeuner) (1921) MOMA, New York.
Nudes against a purple Background (1923) Kunstmuseum, Basel.
Two Sisters (1935), Nationalgalerie, Berlin.
Tamara de Lempicka (Tamara Gorska) (1898-1980)
Polish-Russian Art Deco design painter well-known for the woman stylized numbers and nudes.
Auto-Portrait (Tamara in Green Bugatti) (1925) personal range.
woman with Gloves (1929) personal range.
Percy Wyndham Lewis (1882-1957)
English painter, creator of British Cubism group known as Vorticism.
Portrait of TS Eliot (1938) Durban Art Gallery, Southern Africa.
Roy Lichtenstein (1923-97)
Known cartoon-style American Pop-artist.
Wham! (1963) magna on canvas, Tate range, London.
still-life with Goldfish (1974) Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Bedroom at Arles (1992) Fitzhugh Farm, Robert/Jane Meyerhoff range.
L.S. Lowry (1887-1973)
Manchester painter, noted for their professional townscapes and stick-like folks.
Coming from the Mill (1930) Salford Museum & Art Gallery, Salford.
August Macke (1887-1914)
German Expressionist painter, person in ; friend of Franz Marc.
Park Restaurant (1912) Kunstmuseum, Basel.
Zoological Outdoors I (1912) Lenbachhaus Gallery, Munich.
Turkish Cafe I (1914) Stadtisches Kunstmuseum, Bonn.
Rene Magritte (1898-1967)
Belgian Surrealist artist, had powerful influence on Pop-art activity.
La state Humaine (1933) National Gallery of Art, Washington DC.
Empire of Light, II (1950) Museum of contemporary Art, ny.
The Hearing Area (1952) Menil Range, Houston.
Kasimir Malevich (1878-1935)
Founder of Russian Suprematism motion of geometric abstract art.
Black Square on white-ground (1913) State Russian Museum, St Petersburg.
Ebony Circle (1913) State Russian Museum, St Petersburg.
Red Square (1915) State Russian Museum, St Petersburg.
White on White (1918) Museum of Modern Art, nyc.
Franz Marc (1880-1916)
With Kandinsky, co-founded Der Blaue Reiter Expressionist group in Munich.
Huge Blue Horses (1911) Walker Art Centre, Minneapolis.
Tiger (1912) Stadtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus, Munich.
Little Blue Horse (1912) Saarland Museum.
Georges Mathieu (1921-2012)
French painter well-known for their gestural artwork; known as "The Salvador Dali of Art Informel".
Homage to Death (1950) Private range.
Capetians every-where (1954) Musee nationwide d'Art Moderne, Paris.
Henri Matisse (1869-1954)
Post-Impressionist frontrunner of Fauvism, noted in addition for their later on blue nudes.
Luxe Calme et Volupte (1904) Musee d'Orsay, Paris.
lady with a Hat (1905)
Nude (Black and Gold) (1908) Hermitage, St. Petersburg.
La Danse (1910) Hermitage, St Petersburg.
Nasturtiums together with 'Dance' (1912) Metropolitan Museum.
lady with a Green Parasol on a Balcony (1919) personal Collection.
Blue Nude III (1952) gouache on paper, Musee nationwide d'Art Moderne, Paris.
Joan Miro (1893-1983)
Spanish Surrealist painter, noted also for his lithographs, etchings, porcelain art.
The Farm (1921-2) nationwide Gallery of Art, Washington DC
The Harlequin's Arrival (1924-5) Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo NY.
puppy Barking at the Moon (1926) Philadelphia Museum of contemporary Art.
lady (1934) pastel in writing, private collection.