File:Albert Gleizes, Jean Crotti, Marcel Duchamp, The Sun, New York, 2 January 1916.jpg

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English: Albert Gleizes, (left) in front of his painting Jazz (1915) Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum; Jean Crotti (center) studying his Femme à la toque rouge (1915) The Baker Museum (Naples Museum of Art); Marcel Duchamp (right) at his drawing board, in front of his brother Jacques Villon's Portrait de M. J. B. peintre (1914) Columbus Museum of Art; published in The Sun, New York, 2 January 1916. Note: The captions are inverted. Gleizes is to the left, Duchamp is to the right.
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Source Cubism, Futurism, press articles and reviews
Author The Sun

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The Sun (New York, N.Y.), 02 Jan. 1916. Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers. Lib. of Congress

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