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asher yasmin

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Transcript of Cubism

What is Cubism?
Historical Occurrence
The True Master Minds
Pablo Picasso
Georges Braque
1908 a weakened Ottoman empire in the Balkans creates tension
1909, Robert Peary reaches the North Pole
1910, Japan annexes Chosen (Korea) 1911, US, Great Britain, Japan and Russia sign treaty for a 15 year ban on seal hunting in the northern Pacific
1912, A French photographer named Chareles Pathe produces the first newsreel
1913, Russian composer Igor Stravinsky's ballet score 'The Rite of Spring' opens in Paris
1914, World War 1
1918, World War 1 ends on November 11.
New Art movement
First Abstract art style
Overlapped Simple shapes
Multiple perspectives
1881- 1973
Pablo Picasso
Les Demoiselles d'Avignon
Spanish painter, sculptor, print maker, ceramicist, and stage designer. One of the greatest and most influential artists of the 20th century. Widely known for co-founding the Cubist movement The invention of constructed sculpture, the co-invention of collage.
"I begin with an idea, then it becomes something else
Georges Braque
Three Musicians
Violin and Candlestick
Fruitdish and Glass
1882 – 1963
A major 20th century French painter and sculptor who, along with Pablo Picasso, developed the art style known as Cubism. Then he started to show his new interest in geometry and simultaneous perspective which led him to adopt a cubistic style..
“Our temperaments were very different but we had the same ideas"
Characteristics of Cubism
Broken mirrored effect
More than one view
Route près de l'Estaque - Georges Braque (1908)
Early Cubism
Early Cubism
Girl with Mandolin - Pablo Picasso (1910)
Analytic Cubism
Analytic Cubism
Synthetic Cubism
Still life with Violin and Glass - Juan Gris (1915)
Juan Gris
some other cubist artists
Cubism influences after 1925
Guess the Artist
Spanish painter and sculptor born in Madrid. He was know as the 'True Cubist'. In his lifetime he mostly did synthetic cubism but used brighter, bolder and more interesting colours unlike Picasso and Braque.
nature morte aux clefs - Fernand Leger (1955)
homme assis a la clarinette - Jacques Lipchitz (1920)
Danseuse - Jean Metzinger (1912)
Le grand cheval - Raymond Duchamp-Villon (1914)
Different viewpoints and Deceptions of objects
Dissected and Analyzed
Art and Life
First real cubism phase
Used mostly monochrome colours
Reduced natural forms to basic
Geometric parts
Still Life with Oil Lamp
Portrait of Maurice Raynal
Portrait of Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler
Glass and Bottle of Suze
Bottles and Fishes
Clarinette et bouteille de rhum sur une cheminée
Paul Gauguin
Paul Cezanne
African's influences
Mandolina and Flowers - Paul Gauguin (1883)
Mont Sainte-Voiture - Paul Cezanne (1902)
African Masks (1900)
Synthetic Cubism
1887 - 1927
1908 - 1911
1912 - 1919
1900 - 1907
Mechanical Elements - Fernand Legar (1926)
Opened by Customs - Kurt Schwitters (1938)
The Painter's Family - Giorgio de Chirico (1926)
Grew out of Analytical Cubism
Wider use of Colours
More appealing to the Eyes
Easier to interpret and recognize
Sand and Paper for thickening
"new way of seeing"
By Asher & Yasmin
" you must see in nature the cylinder, the sphere, and the cone" - Paul Cezanne (1907)
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