French avant-garde  

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 True portrait of Monsieur Ubu (1896) is a woodcut frontispiece for Ubu Roi. It represents Ubu, a fictional character from Jarry's eponymous play.
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True portrait of Monsieur Ubu (1896) is a woodcut frontispiece for Ubu Roi. It represents Ubu, a fictional character from Jarry's eponymous play.

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Kunstformen der Natur (1904) by Ernst Haeckel
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The French avant-garde is a tautological phrase, the avant-garde being a French phrase in itself and its history firmly entrenched in French culture.

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