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Transcript of Cubism
Pablo Picasso: His Story/Early Life
What is Cubism & It's Influences
Pre-Cubism: The Two Periods
Picasso: Road To Cubism
20th-century style and movement where perspective abandoned
made of simple geometric shapes, interlocking planes, collage.
the first abstract style of modern art
Painting and sculpture developed in the early 20th century
reduction of natural forms
organization of the planes of an object independent from requirements
Dad teaches Pablo to draw
Doodles instead of school
Applies to the School of Fine Arts and is accepted
Skips class to roam the streets of Barcelona and sketch
Attends the Royal Academy of San Fernando
Again gets frustrated and skips class to wander the city and paint
Falls in with of artists at El Quatre Gats
Gets inspired and breaks from classical methods to start experimenting
Artistic experience & education
Artistic and Textual influences
Experimented with cubism & abstract expressionism
Moved from England to Los Angeles
His personal life also greatly translated to his artwork
20th century French painter who invented
Cubism with Pablo Picasso
Used the style of Impressionism, Fauvism, and collage
Most influential artiss of the 20th century
Co-creator of Cubism
Devoted to an artistic production
Never strayed away far from Cubism
Lasted 3 years
Named “Blue” since that color dominated his paintings
He was depressed after Carlos Casagemas died
Painted scenes of poverty, isolation and anguish.
Also lasted around 3 years
Named “Rose” after the reds, pinks, and beige's he used
He is now in love with a model and has overcome his depression.
Pablo Picasso and His Hats
(referenced in video)
"Les Demoiselles d'Avignon"
Picasso was one of the greatest and most influential artists of the 20th century
Picasso and Braque created Cubism
Unlike anything every done before "Les Demoiselles d'Avignon" influenced the entire 20th century
"Les Demoiselles d'Avignon," - five nude prostitutes
is the start of Cubism
Cubism: objects are broken apart and reassembled
Cubism appalled and fascinated the art world
Braque became intrigued with Cubism
Early Cubist paintings, were known as his "Analytic Cubist"
Picasso's later Cubist works are "Synthetic Cubism"
Born on May 13, 1882, in Argenteuil, France
Went to Le Havre, and followed in his father's footstep by becoming a house painter.
Moved to Paris for his professional career.
Started his career using Impressionism
In 1908, solo show at Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler's gallery
From 1909 to 1914, developed Cubism with Pablo Picasso
Around 1905, he was influenced by Fauvism.
Landscape at La Ciotat
Violin and Candlestick
Interior of California homes
Creation of the joiner
How he began to use photography -by the end of the 1970s he had abandoned all mediums except for photography
By 1980, he had almost completely abandoned photography
Experimented with art & technology combinations
Royal Museum of Ontario -
showcased his paintings in 2011