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1

Who was the artist of Street, Dresden?

Edward Kirschner

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What was the year of Street, Dresden?

1908

3

What was the movement of Street, Dresden

Die Brücke

4

Who was the artist of Composition VII?

Vasily Kadinsky

5

What was the year of Composition VII?

1913

6

What was the movement of Composition VII?

Der Blaue Reiter

7

Who was the artist of Suprematist Composition: White Square on White

Kazimir Malevich

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What was the year of Suprematist Composition: White Square on White

1918

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What was the movement of Suprematist Composition: White Square on White

Suprematism

10

What was the artist of Design for sportswear?

Varvara Fedorovna Stepanova,

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What was the year of of Design for sportswear?

1923

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What was the movement of of Design for sportswear?

Russian Constructivism

13

Who was the artist of Head?

Naum Gabo

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What was the year of Head?

1916

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What was the material of Head?

Galvanized Bronze

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What was the movement of Head?

Sculpture

17

What was the movement of The Horse?

Sculpture

18

Who was the Artist of The Horse?

Raymond Duchamp-Villon,

19

What was the year of The Horse?

1923

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What was the material of The Horse?

Bronze

21

Who was the artists of Houses on the Hill?

Pablo Picasso

22

What was the year of Houses on the Hill?

1909

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What was the movement of Houses on the Hill?

Cubism

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Who was the artist of Portrait of Madame Matisse/The Green Line?

Henry Matisse

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What was the year of Portrait of Madame Matisse/The Green Line?

1905

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What was the movement of Portrait of Madame Matisse/The Green Line?

Fauvism

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What was the material of Portrait of Madame Matisse/The Green Line?

Oil and Tempera

28

What was the material of Design for sportswear?

Gouache and ink on paper

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What is Primitivism

is a Western art movement that borrows visual forms from non-Western or prehistoric peoples, such as Paul Gauguin's inclusion of Tahitian motifs in paintings and ceramics. Borrowings from primitive art has been important to the development of modern art.[1]

The term "primitivism" is often applied to other professional painters working in the style of naïve or folk art like Henri Rousseau, Mikhail Larionov, Paul Klee and others.