Vorticism and Abstract Art in the First Machine Age: Origins and development

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University of California Press, 1976 - Art, Abstract - 592 pages
 

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Contents

The First Stirrings of Revolt Lewis Pound and the PostImpressionist Exhibition
1
The Impact of the Futurist and Cubist Invasions on the English Rebels
26
Student Unrest at the Slade
56
Dissension at the Omega
85
The Formulation of a Rebel Group at the October 1913 Exhibition
102
The Cubist Room and the Theories of Hulme
132
The Rebel Art Centre and GaudierBrzeskas Emergence
145
Hulme the Critic and Champion of Bomberg
187
Marinetti and Nevinsons Role in Provoking the Arrival of Vorticism
214
Blast No l and the Vorticist Aesthetic
239
Vorticisms Progress under the Shadow of War
268
Notes
299
Index
313
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