Duchamp, age 14, draws Yvonne (in kimono), pencil, ink and
watercolor on paper.
Duchamp produces the following works:
Yvonne; Church at Blainville; Play?;
and Parva Domus, Magna Quies.
Produces Suzanne Duchamp Seated, colored pencil on paper.
Produces the charcoal drawing Portrait of Jacques Villon.
Draws The Knife-grinder, which relates the sensations
of action and movement. Pencil and Indian ink on paper.
Joins his brothers in Paris
(Montmartre) and draws
cartoons for satirical publications.
Paints Man Seated by a Window (oil on canvas, 1907).
Duchamp does two pencil-on-paper renderings entitled
Nude on a Ladder. These pieces anticipate the
Nude Descending a Staircase (1912).
Produces For the Menu of Simone Delacour's
First Communion Dinner (etching and watercolor on paper);
and Portrait of Yvonne Duchamp (oil on canvas).
Paints Two Nudes, Nude with Black Stockings, The Chess
Game, Laundry-barge, Portrait of the Artist's Father,
Portrait of Dr. Dumouchel, Portrait bust of Chauvel,
Portrait of Dr. Ferdinand Tribout, and Standing Nude,
all oil on canvas.
Exhibits at the Salon des Indépendants and the Salon d'Automne.
Meets Francis Picabia.