Dada Painting by Anna Zavilenskaya

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Painting: Oil, Acrylic, Paper on Canvas, Paper.

Children's horse is a symbol of innocence, purity of children's perception of the world, vulnerability. Dada is also a modernist art movement that originated during the First World War in Switzerland. The founder of the current poet Tristan Tzara discovered the word "dada" in the dictionary. “In the language of the Negro tribe Kru,” Ttsara wrote in the manifesto of 1918, “it means the tail of a sacred cow, in some regions of Italy, the mother’s name is called, this may be a designation of a children's wooden horse, wet-nurse, doubled statement in Russian and Romanian. It could be a reproduction of incoherent baby talk.


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Dada

Anna Zavilenskaya

Ukraine

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Size: 39.4 W x 31.5 H x 0.8 in

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