Fernand Léger (born February 4th, 1881, at Argentan and died on August 17th 1955 at Gif-sur-Yvette) was a painter, creator of cartoons on tapestry and stained glass, designer, decorator, ceramist, sculptor, draftsman, illustrator and filmmaker. His first works were creating a personal form of Cubism were then modified in a more figurative style and populist. Léger is one of the first artists to present his cubist type of work to the public, although his style was described as being rather "tubiste". His simplified treatment of the modern subject has given him the title as one of the initiators of pop art.
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