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Naomi Jones

on 5 December 2012

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Transcript of Cubism

A modern approach to art
in the 20th Century CUBISM Introduction The idea of Cubism has never been introduced to me before now. Cubism is a form of abstract art. It seemed interesting, and i enjoy painting, so i wanted to learn how cubism has affected modern art, and how it came to be! DEMOTIVATIONAL POSTER What is Cubism?
LIST OF FACTS December 29th, 1907 DIAGRAM
OF EVOLUTION OF ART HOW-TO Cubism! "So with cubism it's all about showing various angles all on a 2D surface"- raeart JOURNAL ENTRY of PICASSO FACT: Cubism was born around 1907. FACT: Major artists as part of this movement were Pablo Picasso and Georges Braques. FACT: Cubism was the
first abstract form of modern art. FACT: Cubists proposed that your view of an object is composed of many different angles, therefore by putting all the angles there at the same time on the same plane, they created a more realistic way of viewing. FACT: Cubists believed
the traditions of
western art were
exhausted. I have painted something this year, unlike anything i have ever done. I have dreams about this kind of art, as I'm sure many artists have dreamed about something separate, something unglued. I paint with my mind, and not simply my brush. Most look at my art and think i have seen incorrectly. However, this is their mistake, for i choose to see correctly. Seeing many angles at one time, and placing them into one plane. It's different than anything, and i love it. Renaissance
Art Impressionalist CUBISM Post-
Impressionalist Orphism Futurism Vorticism Suprematism Constructivism Expressionism
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