Society of Artists Jack of diamonds.
Russian art group, the largest creative Association of the early avant-garde, which existed from 1911 to 1917. The artists of the group ("bubnovovalettsy") broke with the traditions of realistic painting and spoke from a formalistic position against the ideality of art. Among its founders and most prominent artists are Pyotr Konchalovsky, Ilya Mashkov, Mikhail Larionov, Aristarchus Lentulov, and Natalia Goncharova. Initially, this name was given to a scandalous exhibition that took place in Moscow in December 1910 — January 1911. Subsequently, its members joined the creative Association of the same name, which existed until December 1917. This artistic Association marked in Russia "a pan-European revolution in art, which five years earlier was carried out by the French fauvists and German expressionists of the group "Most". The artists of the Jack of diamonds denied the traditions of both academism and realism of the XIX century. Their work is characterized by pictorial and plastic solutions in the style of Cezanne (post-impressionism), Fauvism and cubism.
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