Dresses by Sonia Delaunay, Paris 1925 Exhibition

Modernist Abstraction and the New Woman

Menu card designed by either Vanessa Bell or Duncan Grant probably for the dinner held at the Bell's Gordon Square home to celebrate the opening of the Omega Workshops.

Vanessa Bell (b London, 30 May 1879; d Charleston, Firle, Sussex, 7 April 1961)

Abstract Painting, oil on canvas, 441×387 mm, c. 1914 (London, Tate)

Vanessa Bell: Interior with a Table 1921 Oil on canvas 540 x 641 mm

Duncan Grant Vanessa Bell Pregnant 1918 oil on canvas Mackelvie Trust Collection

Sonia [Sophie] Delaunay (b Gradizhsk, Ukraine, 14 Nov 1885; d Paris, 5 Dec 1979)

Contrastes simultanés (1912; Paris, Pompidou)

La Prose du Transsibérien et de la petite Jehanne de France (published in October 1913 in the form of a vertical scroll almost 2 m long)

Le Somptier’s Le P’tit Parigot and Marcel l’Herbier’s Vertige (both 1926)

Sophie [née Taeuber] Arp (b Davos, 19 Jan 1889; d Zurich, 13 Jan 1943)

Composition Dada (Tête au plat) 1920, Oil on Canvas laid on Cardboard, 27 x 34.5 cm, priv. coll.

Vertical and horizontal composition c.1928 construction of oil on composition board103.0 (h) x 145.0 (w) cm, National Gallery of Australia

Rectangular Relief with Cut-out Rectangles, Applied Rectangles and Rising Cylinders 1936–9; Basle, Kstmus

Autumn Trees in Tutzing, 1909

Gabriele Münter (b Berlin, 19 Feb 1877; d Murnau, Bavaria, 19 May 1962)

Vasily Kandinsky: Composition IV , 1911, Oil on canvas, 159.5 x 250.5 cm Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfallen, Dusseldorf

Still Life with St. George 1911

Münter: Kandinsky (1906; New York, Leonard Hutton Gals)

Staffelsee in Autumn, 1923, oil on board, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington

Reflecting (1917; Munich, Lenbachhaus

The Russian Feminist Avant-Garde

Nadezhda Andreevna Udaltsova [Russian Painter, 1886-1961] The Seamstress, 35.8 x 31in Oil, 1915

Natal’ya (Sergeyevna) Goncharova (b Negayevo, Tula Province, 16 June 1881: d Paris, 17 Oct 1962)

The Forest, c.1913 Oil on canvas, 53.8 x 81 cm Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art

Gardening oil, before 1908

Still-life on a Tiger Skin (1910; Cologne, Mus. Ludwig)

A Peacock. Ca 1910 Oil on canvas, 104.5x100 cm Ulyanovsk Art Museum

Evangelists 1911. Oil on canvas (204 × 58 cm each), State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg

Rayist Forest (1913; Lugano, Col. ThyssenBornemisza)

Kirov's production of Les Noces, 1923

design costums for Le Coq d’or

'Costume espagnole', 1916

Lyubov’ (Sergeyevna) Popova (b Ivanovskoye, nr Moscow, 24 April 1889; d Moscow, 25 May 1924)

Portrait of a Philosopher (Artists's brother, Pavel Sergeyevich Popov), 1915

Vladimir Tatlin: Tower or The Monument to the Third International, never built. Planned to be erected in Petrograd (now St. Petersburg) after the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917

Popova: The Jug on the Table, 1915



Kasimir Malevich Suprematist Painting (1916)

opova: Architectonic Painting 1917, Oil on canvas, 29 13/16 x 21 in

Spatial Force Construction, 1921

Liubov Popova's maquette for the construction used in Meyerhold¹s 1922 production of "The Magnanimous Cuckold"

Some of Popova and Stepanova’s design textiles for mass manufacture at the First State Textile Factory in Moscow, 1923-4

Alexandra Exter [Grigorovich] (b Belostok, Russia [now Białystok, Poland], 6 Jan 1882. d Fontenay-aux-Roses, Paris, 17 March 1949)

COMPOSITION (GENOA), 1912–14; Oil on Canvas, 115.5 x 86.5 cm, Cologne, Mus. Ludwig

Colored Rhythms. 1917. Gouache on board. 148x82 cm. Ludwig Museum (Cologne)

Colour Dynamism, 1916–17; oil and gouache on canvas Cologne, Mus. Ludwig

Woman with birds, 1927 -8, oil on canvas, 81 x 65 cm, oil on canvas, priv. coll.

Construction. (1922–23) Oil on canvas, 89.8 x 89.2 cm The Museum of Modern Art, New York

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