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04 cubism and its influences

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  • 1. Pablo Picasso
  • 2. Pablo Diego JoséFrancisco dePaula JuanNepomucenoMaría de losRemediosCipriano de laSantísimaTrinidad Ruiz yPicasso
  • 3. Gertrude Stein
  • 4. “The contemporary thingin art and literature isthe thing which doesntmake enough differenceto the people of thatgeneration so that theycan accept it or reject it.” Gertrude Stein
  • 5. Iberian Sculpture
  • 6. Pablo PicassoThree Women
  • 7. EARLYCUBISM
  • 8. Georges Braque
  • 9. “I must therefore create a newsort of beauty, the beauty thatappears to me in terms ofvolume of line, of mass ofweight, and through that beautyinterpret my subjectiveimpression. Nature is a merepretext for a decorativecomposition, plus sentiment. Itsuggests emotion, and I translatethat emotion into art”. Georges Braque
  • 10. Georges BraqueViaduct at L’Estaque
  • 11. Georges Braque Large Nude
  • 12. Georges Braque
  • 13. Guillaume Apollinaire
  • 14. “Cubism is the art ofdepicting new wholeswith formal elementsborrowed not onlyfrom the reality ofvision, but from thatof conception.” Guillaume Apollinaire
  • 15. Perugino
  • 16. ANALYTICAL CUBISM
  • 17. PicassoPortrait of Kahnwweiler
  • 18. SYNTHETIC CUBISM
  • 19. CUBISM’SINFLUENCE
  • 20. Alexandr Archipenko – Walking Woman
  • 21. Jacques Lipchitz – Man with a Guitar
  • 22. Juan Gris
  • 23. Fernand Léger
  • 24. Fernand Léger
  • 25. Robert Delaunay
  • 26. Robert Delaunay
  • 27. Sonia Delaunay-Terk
  • 28. Marcel Duchamp
  • 29. Frank Lloyd Wright
  • 30. Frank Lloyd Wright – Robie House
  • 31. Frank Lloyd Wright – Robie House
  • 32. Frank Lloyd Wright – Robie House
  • 33. Frank Lloyd Wright – Imperial Hotel, Tokyo
  • 34. Hans Poelzig – Grosses Schauspielhaus, Berlin
  • 35. Hans Poelzig – Grosses Schauspielhaus, Berlin
  • 36. Marc Chagall
  • 37. Marc ChagallHomage to Apollinaire
  • 38. Marc ChagallParis Through the Window
  • 39. Marc ChagallThe Green Violinist

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