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Images Dated 2005 September

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Choose from 1237 pictures in our Images Dated 2005 September collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


4 Sep 2005 Featured September Print

4 Sep 2005

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160869322, African Elephant, Animal, Animal Behavior, Animal Behaviour, Animal Family, Animal Themes, Animal Wildlife, Animals In The Wild, Baby Animal, Baby Mammal, Botswana, Calf, Chordate, Color Image, Colour Image, Consumerproduct, Elephant, Elephant Calf, Grass, Grassland, Group Of Animals, Herbivore, Herbivorous, Herd, Hoofed Mammal, Horizontal, Land, Landscape, Large Group Of Animals, Large Herbivore, Loxodonta Africana, Mammal, National Park, Nature, No People, Outdoors, Photography, Physical Geography, Plain, Primitive Ungulate, Relocation, Vertebrate, Wildlife, Young Animal

18 Sep 2005 Featured September Print

18 Sep 2005

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160869290, Beauty In Nature, Botswana, Color Image, Colour Image, Consumerproduct, Flora, Glow, Glowing, Landscape, Luminosity, Moon, Moonrise, Nature, Night, No People, Outdoors, Outer Space, Photography, Physical Geography, Plant, Single Object, Single Tree, Sky, Space, Tree, Vertical, Woody Plant

Riot in the Galleria (1910), Umberto Boccioni Featured September Print

Riot in the Galleria (1910), Umberto Boccioni

Umberto Boccioni settled in Milan where he was attracted by the new technological spirit that animated the city, and where he met the founders of the Futurist movement, the men who signed its first Manifesto as early as 1909. He promptly joined the movement, becoming perhaps its main interpreter and theorist.
In Riot in the Gallery, executed in the months immediately after his signature of the Technical Manifesto of Futurist Painting (1910), he utilized ? and took to an extreme ? the Divisionist technique to study the movements of the crowd and to create unprecedented effects of light and dynamism, accentuated by the use of extremely bright complementary colours

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