The quintessential painter of the machine age, Léger observed the effects of modern technology in the trenches as a solider in the French army during World War I. Featuring workers whose bodies appear to be assembled from standardized industrial parts, The Builders exemplifies the style that Léger developed after the war to convey his belief that all of modern life was succumbing to the machine
Le champ Trip1, huile de Fernand Leger (1881-1955, France)
Nature morte à la lampe (1914)
Fernand Léger dans son atelier, 86 rue Notre-Dame-des-Champs Brassaï 1937
Fernand Léger, Nature morte au compotier, 1923.
Fernand Leger (1881-1955) Nature morte aux bustes (Christie's)