Gino Severini was a painter who was able to combine science and art, constructive rigor and imagination, reaching his maximum expressiveness when, between 1910 and 1915, he added the dynamic values of Futurism to the constructive values of Cubism. In Rome Giacomo Balla initiated him to the pointillist painting that he started in Paris in 1906, where he participated in the birth and development of Cubism. Author in 1910 of the Futurist painting manifesto, he organized the first Futurist exhibition in Paris. He came to a kaleidoscopic vision in which space and time, present and past, together and particular come together in a celebration of lights and colors. From 1924 to 1934, even after a religious crisis, he devoted himself to sacred art in large frescoes and mosaics especially for Swiss churches. He died in Paris in 1966.