|Now known as the Tatlin Tower, there appears to have been two somewhat different|
versions, a vertical double helix (left) and a leaning single helix, (right).
|Vladimir Tatlin was obviously influence by Cubism (as seen in his self-portraits), but |
his main love was a movement called "Constructivism," a term he nonetheless rejected.
|Artist's Model, 1910, Vladimir Tatlin|
|The Fish Monger, 1911, Vladimir Tatlin|
|Sketch for stage set, Glinka's Ivan Susanin, 1912-14, Vladimir Tatlin|
|Cubist Constructivism, Obra, 1920, Vladimir Tatlin.|
|Letatlin, 1932, Vladimir Tatlin|
|Meat, 1947, Vladimir Tatlin|