‘The Mud Bath’ was created in 1914 by David Bomberg. This painting is considered a masterpiece of his work and a leading example of Vorticism.
Vorticism was a British modernist art movement formed in 1914 and it was partially inspired by Cubism.
Bathing figures were traditionally depicted as nude, but Bomberg aimed to create art that expressed the modern era through imagination, and here he depicted the human figure with geometric shapes.
‘The Mud Bath’ was created in 1914 by David Bomberg in Constructivism style.