"Sylvette" (1954), painted sheet metal sculpture by Pablo Picasso (25 October 1881 – 8 April 1973 (91)), Museum of Modern Art, New York City. (CB: Slide two pieces of cereal box cardboard together after painting them.)
Fernand Léger (France, Argentan, 1881 - 1955) The Disks, 1918-1919 Painting, Oil on canvas, David E. Bright Bequest (M.67.25.2) Léger idealized the relationship between man and machine. The anonymous figures in The Disks stand for mechanical workers, engineers, and designers thriving in a modern world of machines. Léger gave these workers the name Homo faber, or Man the Maker. He saw mankind’s dramatic struggle to master machinery as an affirmation of the human will.