Marcel Duchamp - Door, 11 Rue Larrey (1927)
"A door half open, half shut; a play on the French proverb A door must either be open or closed.”
Young woman with long flowing hair by Jacob Molenhuis, 1920-40
Bernard Deshoulières (Essai pour “Les Mystères du château du Dé”), 1929
Edward Weston, Nude, Mexico, 1924
Comte de Dalmas- Nu, [ Motif décoratif pour chapelle Funéraire]
Héliogravure , 1924
Femme à la cigarette by Jean Moral, 1930
Anonyme - Nu au Masque, ca. 1920
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Franz Roh, 1925
From 1000 Nudes - A History of Erotic Photography from 1839-1939 by Michael Koetzle, Uwe Scheid Collection, Taschen
Édouard Chimot ~ La Mort, 1921
Woman with a cape.
Albert Besnard, From Les eaux-fortes de Besnard (The etchings of Besnard), by André-Charles Coppier, Paris, 1920.
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The idea has come to me that what I want now to do is to saturate every atom. I mean to eliminate all waste, deadness, superfluity: to give the moment whole; whatever it includes… Waste, deadness, come from the inclusion of things that do not belong to the moment; this appalling narrative business of the realist: getting on from lunch to dinner: it is false, unreal, merely conventional. Why admit anything to literature that is not poetry — by which I mean saturated?
German artist Renata Bracksiek, c. 1920s
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