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Francis Picabia (1879–1953)

Francis Picabia, one of the founders of Dada movement who owned a massive collection of vintage cars and yachts, was known for his witty art, absurdist humour, and made innovative artworks that are now selling for as much as $1,600,000. He was born François Marie Martinez Picabia on January 22, 1879, in Paris, France, of a Cuban diplomat father, ... See full bio »


(age 74) in Paris, France

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Famous Dada artist known for his witty maxims. He proclaimed "art is the cult of error."

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