Albert Gleizes 1881 - 1953 ESQUISSE POUR UN PORTRAIT DE JACQUES NAYRAL signed Alb Gleizes, dated 14 and inscribed Jacques Nayral, tué à Bossie, 1914 (lower left) watercolour, pastel and gouache on paper 42 by 33.5cm., 16 1/4 by 13 1/4 in. Executed in 1914.
Pablo Picasso, Still life with Guitar, Variant state, Paris, assembled before November 15, 1913. Subsequently preserved by the artist, Paperboard, paper, string, and painted wire installed with cut cardboard box
Lewis, Wyndham (1882-1957) - 1912 The Creditors Percy Wyndham Lewis was an English painter and author. In the years 1913-15 that he developed the style of geometric abstraction, a style which his friend Ezra Pound dubbed "Vorticism". Lewis found the strong structure of Cubist painting appealing, but said it did not seem "alive" compared to Futurist art, which, conversely, lacked structure. Vorticism combined the two movements in a strikingly dramatic critique of modernity.