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By Arturo Schwarz

Guy Ray (born Emmanuel Radnitzky, August 27, 1890 – November 18, 1976) was once an American modernist artist who spent so much of his occupation in Paris, France. He was once an important contributor to the Dada and Surrealist events, even though his ties to every have been casual. He produced significant works in various media yet thought of himself a painter notably. He was once most sensible identified for his images, and he used to be a popular style and portrait photographer. Ray is additionally famous for his paintings with photograms, which he known as "rayographs" in connection with himself.

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New York e Ridgefield (1897-1920)
Il Nuovo mondo: Parigi (1921-1940)
Oggetto da distruggere
Bersaglio universale
Alla Scoperta dio Hollywood (1940-1951)
Di nuovo a Parigi (1951-1976)
Dipingere con los angeles luce
Quandro cronologico
Bibliografia

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