Events from the year
1924 in art.
El Lissitzky enters a Swiss sanatorium, suffering from tuberculosis. March – Exhibition
(together with a display of his photographs) opens at the Anderson Galleries in New York City. Alfred Stieglitz Presents Fifty-One Recent Pictures: Oils, Water-colors, Pastels, Drawings, by Georgia O'Keeffe 
May 15 – Juan Gris delivers his lecture Des possibilités de la peinture at the University of Paris. 
July 9 – American painters Edward Hopper and Josephine Nivison marry at the French evangelical church in New York City; Guy Pène du Bois attends. August – English artist and designer
Eric Gill moves with some of his artistic community from Ditchling in East Sussex to the disused Llanthony Abbey at Capel-y-ffin in Wales.
September 24 – Première of the Dadaist post- Cubist Futurist experimental art film conceived, written and co-directed by the painter Ballet Mécanique Fernand Léger in collaboration with Dudley Murphy and Man Ray at the Internationale Ausstellung neuer Theatertechnik (International Exposition for New Theater Technique) in Vienna presented by Frederick Kiesler.  It features  Alice Prin ("Kiki de Montparnasse") and has a musical score by American composer George Antheil but is presented in a silent version on this occasion. December – The
Bucharest International Modern Art Exhibit, an avant-garde event hosted by , displaying works by Contimporanul Constantin Brâncuși, Hans Arp, Paul Klee, János Mattis-Teutsch, Kurt Schwitters, Michel Seuphor, Miliţa Pătraşcu, Marcel Janco, Victor Brauner and M. H. Maxy.
December 11 – Alfred Stieglitz and Georgia O'Keeffe marry.  The
is conceived. Surrealist Manifesto Sir
Frank Brangwyn is commissioned to paint the British Empire Panels, intended for the Royal Gallery in the House of Lords in the Palace of Westminster, but eventually inaugurated in the Brangwyn Hall at the Guildhall, Swansea, in 1934. 
Vilmos Aba Novák's works are on display for the first time.
Fernand Léger and Amédée Ozenfant open a common studio. Ben Nicholson begins to paint abstracts.
28 January – George Papassavas, Greek-American painter
6 February – John Richardson, English-born art historian (d. 2019).
2 March – Co Westerik, Dutch visual artist (d. 2018)
7 March – Eduardo Paolozzi, Scottish sculptor and artist (d. 2005).
8 March – Anthony Caro, English sculptor (d. 2013).
13 March – Paul Brach, American abstract painter, lecturer and educator (d. 2007).
30 March – Robert Dickerson, Australian figurative painter (d. 2015).
10 April – Kenneth Noland, American painter.
14 April – Robert Stewart, Scottish textile designer (d. 1995)
20 June – Fritz Koenig, German sculptor.
7 August – Georges Lévis, French comic artist (d. 1988).
8 August – Edouard Jaguer, French poet and art critic (d. 2006).
29 August – Jack Baer, British art dealer (d. 2016).
4 September – Anita Snellman, Finnish painter (d. 2006)
21 September – David Sylvester, English art critic and curator (d. 2001).
22 September – Charles Keeping, English illustrator, children's book author and lithographer (d. 1988).
19 November – Knut Steen, Norwegian sculptor (d. 2011).
26 November – George Segal, American painter and sculptor (d. 2000).
7 December – Liisi Beckmann, Finnish artist and designer (d. 2004).
17 December – Clifton Pugh, Australian artist (d. 1990).
24 December – Nissim Ezekiel, Indian poet, playwright and art critic (d. 2004).
24 December – Michael Goldberg, American abstract expressionist painter and teacher (d. 2007). date unknown
February 1 – Maurice Prendergast, American painter (b. 1858)
February 11 – Jean-François Raffaëlli, French realist painter, sculptor and printmaker (b. 1850)
March 4 – Fanny Eaton, Jamaican-born artists' model (b. 1835)
March 9 – Daniel Ridgway Knight, American painter (b. 1839)
April 3 – Franz von Bayros, Austrian erotic artist and illustrator (b. 1866)
April 18 – Frank X. Leyendecker, American illustrator (b. 1877)
April 22 – Sir James Lawton Wingate, Scottish landscape painter (b. 1846)
May 2 – Anna Palm de Rosa, Swedish-born painter (b. 1859)
May 26 - F. W. Pomeroy, English sculptor (b. 1856)
May 30 – Amélie Beaury-Saurel, French painter (b. 1849)
June 14 – Emile Claus, Belgian painter (b. 1849)
July 12 – Henrietta Ward, English painter (b. 1832)
August 19 – Ferdinand Cheval, French naïve architect of the "Palais Idéal" (b. 1836)
November 2 – Kai Nielsen, Danish sculptor (b. 1882) 
November 7 – Hans Thoma, German painter (b. 1839)
December 21 – Francesco Negri, Italian photographer (b. 1841)
December 23 – Christopher Whall, English stained-glass artist (b. 1849)
December 28 – Léon Bakst, Russian painter and theatrical designer (b. 1866) December 31 – Tomioka Tessai, Japanese painter and calligrapher in Meiji period (b. 1837) References Edit
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