Unformatted text preview: life for humankind. Vorticism was the first English art movement dedicated to abstraction. Artists worked primarily in two-dimensional form, employed the fragmentation and multiple viewpoints of Cubism. Their work was defined with flat, bold colors, and simple geometric shapes. Vorticism died out at the onset of World War I since many of its artists enlisted in the armed forces. In addition, there were disagreements within the group at the end of 1915 that also contributed to its demise. Artists: (biography &amp; artworks) Lewis, Percy Wyndham - 1882 - 1957 Roberts, William - 1895 - 1980 Wadsworth, Edward - 1889 - 1949 Lewis, Percy Wyndham - 1882 - 1957 Roberts, William - 1895 - 1980 Wadsworth, Edward - 1889 - 1949...
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This note was uploaded on 11/05/2011 for the course ARH ARH2000 taught by Professor Karenroberts during the Fall '10 term at Broward College.
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