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...and, futurism absorbs the way that cubism use to decompose object to express the movement of the object. On the other hand, it draws lessons from the new impressionism stippling drawing skills, using lines and colors to express continuous combination and a series of overlapping, it also often puts many phenomena, which occur simultaneously, in a work to show the scene when an object moves. Barak 's masterpiece "the dynamics of a dog on the chain" illustrates the futuristic style. There is a running dog and a woman 's foot, the repetitive form is used to express the movement of objects. The movement of the running dog’s legs is instantly freezing on a piece of canvas, these movements can be solidified into a change stage. This is an actively trying that the future artists describe dynamic objects by static way, and it has directly impact on the surrealism and Dadaism.
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