Pulse waves from the art world of the early 20th Century may have been felt far and wide, but the movements, practitioners and individual works of art themselves were far from being globally coordinate.

In 1912, where this book first situates the reader, European giants such as Matisse, Kandinsky and Braque were exhibiting at major events and shows in Paris and Munich.

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