1910 in art


1910 in art

List of years in Art

Events

*Robert Delaunay marries Sonia Terk.

Exhibitions

*First exhibition of Post-Impressionism in London, organised by Roger Fry

Works

*Pierre Bonnard - "Girl with Parrot"
*Georges Braque - "Violin and Candlestick"
*Henri-Edmond Cross - "Cypresses at Cagnes"
*Salvador Dalí - "Landscape Near Figueras"
*Lyonel Feininger - "Straße im Dämmern"
*Goscombe John - "The Boy Scout"
*Wassily Kandinsky - "Improvisation 7"
*William Orpen - "Self Portrait"
*Pablo Picasso - "Portrait of Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler"

Births

January to June

*6 January - Wright Morris, American novelist, photographer, and essayist (d.1998).
*29 January - Colin Middleton, Irish artist (d.1983).
*10 March - David Rose, American animator (d.2006).
*18 March - Leonard Bocour, paint-maker, painter (d. 1993).
*23 May - Hugh Casson, British architect, interior designer, artist, writer and broadcaster (d.1999).
*23 May - Franz Kline, painter (d.1962).
*6 June - Hélène de Beauvoir, French painter (d.2001).
*8 June - C. C. Beck, American cartoonist and comic book artist (d.1989).
*8 June - Fernand Fonssagrives, French photographer (d.2003).

July to December

*14 July - William Hanna, cartoonist (d.2001).
*30 July - Edgar de Evia, Mexican-born American photographer (d.2003).
*1 August - James Henry Govier, English painter (d.1974).
*19 August - Quentin Bell, English art historian and author (d.1996).
*25 August - Dorothea Tanning, painter.
*28 August - Morris Graves, painter and printmaker (d.2001).
*3 September - Kitty Carlisle Hart, American singer, actress and New York State Council on the Arts member (d.2007).
*7 October - Henry Plumer McIlhenny, American, art collector, philanthropist and chairman of Philadelphia Art Museum (d.1986).
*29 October - Aurélie Nemours, French painter (d.2005).
*28 November - Garrett Eckbo, landscape architect (d.2000).
*2 December - Russell Lynes, American art historian, photographer and author (d.1991).

Full date unknown

*Raymond Poïvet, French cartoonist (d.1999).
*Fuller Potter, American Abstract expressionist artist (d.1990).
*Edward Wesson, English watercolour artist (d.1983).

Deaths

*May 16 - Henri-Edmond Cross, pointillist painter(b. 1856)
*September 2 - Henri Rousseau, French painter (b. 1844)
*September 29 - Winslow Homer, painter (b. 1836)
*November 14 - John LaFarge, painter and stained glass artist (b. 1835)
* Emmanuel Frémiet, sculptor (b. 1824)
* Nadar, photographer and caricaturist (b. 1820)
* William Holman Hunt, pre-Raphaelite painter (b. 1827)
* John Quincy Adams Ward, sculptor (b. 1830)
* William Quiller Orchardson, painter (b. 1835)
* John Macallan Swan, painter and sculptor (b. 1847)


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