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The 1000++ Artworks created around 1925 and containing the word kazimir severinovich malevich, dishware, portraits, 1925

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Oskar Kokoschka - Self-portrait of a -Degenerate Artist-Self-portrait of a 'Degenerate Artist'Oskar Kokoschka

This is an original 1948 color print of a self portrait of a Degenerate Artist by Oskar Kokoschka. 'Degenerate Artist' was a term the Nazis used during World War II to justify taking non Nazi Propaganda out of the museums. This piece was illustrated by Kokoschka, Oskar. Artist initials in print - bo...

Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art (United Kingdom)
 
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Fernand Leger - Three WomenThree WomenFernand Leger
184 x 252 cm, (1921)

This painting represents a group of three reclining nudes drinking tea or coffee in a chic apartment. While the reclining nude is a common subject in art history, these women's bodies have been simplified into rounded and dislocated forms, their skin not soft but firm, buffed, and polished. The mach...

The Museum of Modern Art (New York City, United States)
 
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Frida Kahlo - Frida y Diego RiveraFrida y Diego RiveraFrida Kahlo

Painted in San Francisco during the artist's first trip outside of Mexico. She accompanied her husband Diego Rivera who was painting in the United States and would, at the end of the year, be the subject of a retrospecive at The Museum of Modern Art in New York. The banderole carried by the bird abo...

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (United States)
 
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Juan Gris - Portrait of Madame Josette GrisPortrait of Madame Josette GrisJuan Gris

It seems that this is based on the physical appearance of Josette, Juan Gris’ partner, who posed to a greater or lesser extent for each work. In Portrait de Madame Josette Gris, Josette is sitting in a chair, in front a section of wall, the lower part of which is wood-panelled. The shadow she casts ...

Museo del Prado (Spain)
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Salvador Dali - Cubist Self-portraitCubist Self-portraitSalvador Dali

Cubist Self Portrait is an 1926 oil painting by Spanish surrealist painter Salvador Dalí, best known for the striking and bizarre images. The oil on canvas painting is drawn on Cubism style and based on self-portrait genre and is now housed at Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid. The p...

Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía (Madrid, Spain)
 
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Otto Dix - Portrait of the Journalist Sylvia Von HardenPortrait of the Journalist Sylvia Von HardenOtto Dix

A prototypical Neue Sachlichkeit portrait by German painter Otto Dix (1891-1969) depicting the journalist Sylvia von Harden, a habitue of Berlin's famed Romanisches Cafe. Dix's critical realism verges on a caricature of the Neue Frau in the Weimar Era, while his style of oil painting and attention t...

Musée National d'Art Moderne (Paris, France)
 
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Joan Miro - Self-PortraitSelf-PortraitJoan Miro

This is a self-portrait of the Catalan artist Joan Miro. Miro worked on this piece from 1937-1960. This self portrait was painted in oil/pencil. This imaginative piece demonstrates that Miro thought of himself as an ever changing and evolving person that had a very humble opinion of himself.

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Ernst Ludwig Kirchner - Portrait of Hans FrischPortrait of Hans FrischErnst Ludwig Kirchner

Kirchner was a German Expressionist who conveyed the anxiety of urban life before World War I. He made this painting by squeezing paint from tubes directly onto the canvas and then shaping it with a palette knife.

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Ernst Ludwig Kirchner - The Drinker (self-portrait)The Drinker (self-portrait)Ernst Ludwig Kirchner

Important self-portrait from this period, The Drinker, was painted in 1915 in Kirchner's Berlin studio, before he was sent to Halle.3 This self-portrait conveys Kirchner's despair about his situation, a despair that turned into horror in the Oberlin painting.

Germanisches Nationalmuseum (Nuremberg, Germany)