Artist: Boccioni Umberto Italy 1882 to 1916





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Umberto Boccioni was born in Italy. He was the leading theoretician of futurism, the most capable of its painters, and the maker of its first models. He is viewed as the expert of the imaginative taste created by the machine age. He concentrated in Rome With Giacomo Balla, who uncovered the hypothesis of divisionism to him. Boccioni turned into the leading scholar of futurist workmanship, both in painting and model. What is more imperative to Boccioni than the portrayal of the figures is the human response to the experience of the road’s powers. Boccioni was injured in World War I. While convalescing, he was slaughtered in a riding mishap in Sorte in 1916.