of the 20th century
Background Information• Originated in Paris• Roughly 1908• Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque  – Robert Delaunay  – Marcel D...
Emergence• Les Demoiselles d’Avignon (1907)• Picasso’s way of representing three-  dimensional images as a two-dimensional...
Ideas and Principles• Rejection of naturalistic depictions• Use of shapes and forms abstracted from the  conventionally pe...
Visual Characteristics• Multiple viewpoints of different features• Indistinct spaces• Use of shapes to create an image
Pablo Picasso                                                                         Les Demoiselles                     ...
Georges Braque The Portuguese 1911http://www.suu.edu/faculty/aton/3260images/braqueportuguese.jpg
Robert Delaunay                                                  Champs de Mars or                                        ...
Pablo Picasso                       http://www.art-Still Life with Chair-Caning 1912   it.asia/p/admin_ed_contri7/NJw1BKXq...
Georges BraqueBottle, Newspaper, Pipe, and Glass1913                                     http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_y9JCP1w...
Source• Kleiner, Fred, and Christin Mamiya. Gardner’s      Art through the Ages: The Western      Perspective. Belmont: Th...
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  1. 1. of the 20th century
  2. 2. Background Information• Originated in Paris• Roughly 1908• Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque – Robert Delaunay – Marcel Duchamp (1912) Pablo Picasso Georges Braque
  3. 3. Emergence• Les Demoiselles d’Avignon (1907)• Picasso’s way of representing three- dimensional images as a two-dimensional design• Viewed by Georges Braque; together they formulated Cubism (1908)
  4. 4. Ideas and Principles• Rejection of naturalistic depictions• Use of shapes and forms abstracted from the conventionally perceived world• Method of dissecting subject forms and laying them across a canvas• Entirely different way to represent an image
  5. 5. Visual Characteristics• Multiple viewpoints of different features• Indistinct spaces• Use of shapes to create an image
  6. 6. Pablo Picasso Les Demoiselles d’Avignon 1907http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_CijcaA9yq58/TK91dHmunJI/AAAAAAAAHhQ/rhg6sm8-92w/s1600/Les+Demoiselles+DAvignon.jpg
  7. 7. Georges Braque The Portuguese 1911http://www.suu.edu/faculty/aton/3260images/braqueportuguese.jpg
  8. 8. Robert Delaunay Champs de Mars or The Red Tower 1911http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_73F4O85X99I/Se1b3CttRNI/AAAAAAAAAIc/Npg6kqAD0_c/s400/Delanauy_Portfolio2.jpg
  9. 9. Pablo Picasso http://www.art-Still Life with Chair-Caning 1912 it.asia/p/admin_ed_contri7/NJw1BKXqFT7PSDE3QZCr/5.jpg
  10. 10. Georges BraqueBottle, Newspaper, Pipe, and Glass1913 http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_y9JCP1wazVo/RsC- ejAyjPI/AAAAAAAAHoc/pr7Sv3nlMvI/s400/b_n_p_g.jpg
  11. 11. Source• Kleiner, Fred, and Christin Mamiya. Gardner’s Art through the Ages: The Western Perspective. Belmont: Thomson Wadsworth, 2006. Print.

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