File:Leger Still Life with a Beer Mug 1921.jpg

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Still Life with a Beer Mug, 1921, oil on canvas by Fernand Leger (French painter, sculptor, and filmmaker.)

Tate Gallery, London.

Oil on canvas; 92.1 x 60.0 cm.

Public domain in USA

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Leger_beer_mug.jpg

A note by RasMarley: After his experiences in the First World War, Léger became convinced that art should be accessible to all. He moved away from pure abstraction towards the stylized depiction of real objects, laying great emphasis on order, clarity and harmony. In the 1920s he developed a concern with geometric composition and decoration. This painting shows a relatively naturalistic still life of a workman's lunch on a table. The primary colors of the mug and tablecloth contrast with the dazzling black and white patterns in the background. (From the display caption September 2004). In Flickr.

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