- Mar·cel [mar-sel] /marˈsɛl/, 1887–1968, French painter, in U.S. after 1915 (brother of Raymond Duchamp-Villon and Jacques Villon).
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This is not the same thing that artists have been doing since Duchamp hung a urinal on a wall and called it art.Art on the Tracks
February 1, 2014
What could come closer to the anti-retinal position of Duchamp than paintings so dark they can barely impinge on our retinas?
In making the Black Paintings, Reinhardt may have been as indebted to Duchamp as to Malevich and Barnett Newman.
The Daily Pic: In 1913, New Yorker Robert Winthrop Chandler was a successful radical, until he got swamped by Matisse and Duchamp.Painting, Red in Tooth and Claw
November 8, 2013
It seems he was offered a spot in the great Armory Show, but turned it down – and then went on to buy a Duchamp that he saw in it.The American Picasso?
July 21, 2013
Duchamp, a slighter talent than either Léger or Gleizes, is the Whistler of the movement.Modern Painting, Its Tendency and Meaning
Willard Huntington Wright
- Marcel (marsɛl). 1887–1968, US painter and sculptor, born in France; noted as a leading exponent of Dada. His best-known work is Nude Descending a Staircase (1912)
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