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Riot in the Galleria (1910), Umberto Boccioni Featured Milan Print

Riot in the Galleria (1910), Umberto Boccioni

Umberto Boccioni settled in Milan where he was attracted by the new technological spirit that animated the city, and where he met the founders of the Futurist movement, the men who signed its first Manifesto as early as 1909. He promptly joined the movement, becoming perhaps its main interpreter and theorist.
In Riot in the Gallery, executed in the months immediately after his signature of the Technical Manifesto of Futurist Painting (1910), he utilized - and took to an extreme - the Divisionist technique to study the movements of the crowd and to create unprecedented effects of light and dynamism, accentuated by the use of extremely bright complementary colours

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Poster advertising French railways Featured Milan Print

Poster advertising French railways

Poster advertising French railways, showing the route of the Chemins de Fer de l'Est between London in the north west to Milan in the south east, calling at various destinations on the way, including Amiens, Paris, Chaumont, Basle and Berne

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1929, Advertising, Amiens, Basle, Berne, Chaumont, Chemins, Destinations, Est, Europe, Fer, France, French, Historical, History, Italy, Leisure, Milan, Poster, Rail, Railways, Switzerland, Travel

Saint Ambrose, c. 1796-1799. Creator: Francisco de Goya (Spanish, 1746-1828) Featured Milan Print

Saint Ambrose, c. 1796-1799. Creator: Francisco de Goya (Spanish, 1746-1828)

Saint Ambrose, c. 1796-1799. This work belongs to a series depicting Ambrose, Jerome, Augustine, and Gregory, key figures of early Catholicism. Saint Ambrose (about AD 340-391), the bishop of Milan, resolved important theological conflicts within the church and worked effectively with advocates of Roman paganism. The low viewpoint and large scale suggest that this painting hung high on the wall of a religious institution, but its original location remains unknown. In the late 1700s, Spain expelled all the Jesuits and sparked a transformation of the church. Many of these reformers turned back to early church history for inspiration, and this painting was probably commissioned by one of these new organizations

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