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Art Movements of the Twentieth Century
Transcript of Art Movements of the Twentieth Century
They presented the subject from a multitude of viewpoints to represent the subject in a greater context. Analytic Cubism was both radical and influential as a short but highly significant art movement between 1907 and 1911 in France
The overall effect was to create an image that evoked a sense of the subject. These fragmented images were unified by the use of a controlled and limited palette of colours. Cubism started in France, including Analytical & Synthetic Cubism Sailor with Guitar
 Jacques Lipchitz Born on August 22, 1891 in Druskininkai, Lithuania
Died on May 16, 1973 in Paris
He was a famous Cubist Sculptor
In the 1920s he experimented with abstract forms he called transparent sculptures. Jacques Lipchitz Born on May 13, 1882
He was a French painter and sculptor best known for co-founding Cubism with Pablo Picasso
He produced many great pieces of art in his life and passed on August 31, 1963 Georges Braque Studio with
 Born in Malaga, Spain on October 25, 1881
Died April 8, 1973 in Mougins, France
He was referred to as “Picasso”
Picasso was a Spanish painter and sculptor who was best known for co-founding Cubism along with Georges Braque
Pablo was married twice and had four children by three women Synthetic Cubism.. Emphasized flatness in their work
Two-dimensional surface of the picture
Did not use the techniques of:
Reflected the modern art
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 Georges Braque Cubism is.. 1907: Cubism founded
1907-1909: The first phase of Cubism when both Picasso & Braque were firmly under Cézannes influence
1910-1912: Second Cubist phase, Analytic Cubism, where objects were fragmented & displayed from several angles at once
1912: New phase called Synthetic Cubism where artists reconstruct the space & objects of their works with fragmented forms, was formed when Picasso created his first collage Pablo Picasso By: Maha Zaidi
Tanzeela Naeem Popova, Lyubov (1889-1924) - 1913-14 Two Figures Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) - 1937 Weeping Woman Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) - 1909 - Factory, Horta de Ebbo Juan Gris (1887–1927) - 1912 - Portrait of Picasso Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) - 1912 - Still Life with Chair Caning A more modern art movement:
Forms are abstracted by using an analytical approach to the object
Painting the basic geometric solid of the subject. Synthetic Cubism remained vital until around 1919, when the Surrealist Movement gained popularity
Work was increasingly abstract and less recognizable as the subject of their titles
In an attempt to pull cubism back from total abstraction, Picasso began to glue printed images from the 'real world' onto the surface of his still lifes. His painting 'Still Life with Chair Caning’ was the first example of this 'collage' technique.