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Monogrammist MFM Artworks [11 Images]

Monogrammist MFM Artworks [11 Images]

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The Monogrammist MFN is an anonymous artist who created a series of Art Deco artworks during the early 20th century. Not much is known about the artist, but it is believed that he or she was active in Germany or Austria during the 1920s and 1930s.

The Art Deco style, which was popular during this time, is characterized by its use of geometric shapes, bold colors, and stylized forms. The Monogrammist MFN's works are no exception, and they feature many of the signature elements of this style.

The artist's artworks often depict figures, animals, and landscapes in a stylized and abstract manner, using strong lines and bold colors. Many of the works also feature intricate patterns and designs, which add to their decorative appeal.

Despite the anonymity of the artist, the Monogrammist MFN's works are highly sought after by collectors of Art Deco and Modernist art. Their bold and vibrant style continues to captivate viewers today, nearly a century after they were created.

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All images in this download are 2150px by 3500px @300ppi in .jpg

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