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CUBISM

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Mblo Portrait Mask , Baule Culture, from Lacs, N’zi Comoe, or Valle du Bandama Region, Ivory Coast, Late 19th-Early 20th Century.
This is one of many African Mask that influenced Cubists.
Paul Gauguin
"Horses On the Beach"
Paul uses different perspective's on the people and the body of the horses to show dimension.
Paul Cézanne
"House and Trees" 1894 Genre:Landscape
Cubist start to actually make a painting look real.
Pablo Picasso
"Factory, Horta de Ebbo" 1909
Oil on Canvas
Picasso uses a lot of abstract shapes to make a painting look like a town. It looks like a very block town.

George Braque
"Violin and Jug" 1910
Oil on Canvas
Braque used dark colors in the back and lighter in the front to emphasize the violin.
CUBISM
Cubism is a style of art that has been around for awhile now. It's a style of art that focuses on displaying many aspects of the same object all at the same time.
History
Cubism was one of the most influential art styles of the early Twentieth Century.
Cubism was created by Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque in Paris.
Louis Vauxcelles, French art critic, came up with the term Cubism when he saw one of Braque's painting in 1908.
Many people didn't really like cubism to start with.
Cubism was seen as the future of art.
"Viaduct at L'Estaque" 1908
George Braque
Cite Page

http://www.ebsqart.com/Art-Galleries/Contemporary-Cubism/43/3/
http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/cubism

http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/cube/hd_cube.htm

http://www.artgenius.co.uk/facts%20about%20cubism.html

http://www.artyfactory.com/art_appreciation/art_movements/cubism.htm

http://www.buzzle.com/articles/characteristics-of-cubism.html

http://www.people.vcu.edu/~djbromle/modern04/elizabethc/index.htm


"Dance With Me" Luiza Vizoli
"Winnie the Pooh"
By: Tom Mervik
I think this a way of showing cubism in today's world
"Comforting"
Mats Eriksson
He uses geometric shapes in different colors to show perspective.
Inspiration and Influence Of others
Cubism was inspired by African Masks.
Micronesian Art
Also, Paul Gauguin and Paul Cézanne
Also, different cultures.

Cubism influence Orphism, Futurism, Vorticism, Suprematism, and Constructivism.
Identifying Features
Abstract shapes
Three dimensional objects on a two dimensional surface
Shows more then one layer of things
Geometrical shapes
Illusion of depth
The use of edges
"Cubist 9" Thomas C. Fedro
Contemporary Art done recently.
I like this piece because it shows cubism by using a variety of colors.
"Cubist Landscape"
By: Albert Gleizes
Albert shows different angles and shades to show depth.
"Head Of A Women": Picasso
Dan Mask from West Africa
This shows how african mask influenced Picasso for Cubism.
Juan Gris "Violin and Glass" 1915
Oil on Canvas
He went his own way on interpreting Cubism.
Pablo Picasso
"Weeping Women"
Picasso uses many geometrical shapes to show depth. He also uses different coloring to show even more difference in the painting.

"Zeus"
Thomas C. Fedro
"Harlequin City"
Alma Lee
She used curved shapes to show something that is actually straight.
"Cello"
Thomas C. Fedro
I like Fedro artwork they way it uses bright color.
"Show Me"
Michael A Lang
"Elvis"
It shows Elvis in the painting but each part is a cube.
Tom Mervik
"Man Of Steel"
By: Luis Huertas
I think this artwork is unique because it shows cubism in a more recent way.
"Field of forms"
Painting done by Chidi Okoye
"Maya With Doll"
Pablo Picasso 1938
"Les Demoiselles d'Avignon"
Pablo Picasso 1907
"Le pigeon aux petits pois"
english: pigeon with green peas
"three dancers"
Pablo Picasso June 1925
Pablo Picasso
English: "The Young Ladies of Avignon"
Different Cubist
"Dora Maar au Chat"
Pablo Picasso 1941 Oil On canvas
"The Bargeman"
1918
Fernand Léger oil on canvas
"Artillery"
1911
Roger de la Fresnaye
Pablo Picasso
1911
oil on canvas
"Table by a Window"
November 1917
Jean Metzinger
Oil on canvas
32x25in
"Table on a Café Terrace"
1915
"Violin and Playing Cards" 1913

Juan Gris oil on canvas
Diego Rivera
Alfred Stieglitz Collection
"Bottle and Wine Glass on a Table"
1912
Pablo Picasso
Charcoal, ink, cut and pasted newspaper, and graphite on paper.
"Man with a Hat and a Violin"
1912
Pablo Picasso
Cut and pasted newspaper, and charcoal, on two joined sheets of paper.
"Still Life with a Bottle of Rum"
1911
Pablo Picasso
oil on canvas
"Candlestick and Playing Cards on a Table"
Autumn 1912
24x19in
Georges Braque
oil on canvas
oval 25x21in
"Carrousel Pierrot"
1913
Alexander Archipenko
"standing Women"
1913
Joseph Csáky
"Cubist Figure"
Artist unknown
"Cubist Women"
2012
Julian Voss-Andreae
Cubist Sculpture
Peter Lipman-Wulf.
Sculptors
1960
This sculpture shows different geometrical shapes and is 3D to show Cubism.
The
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