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    • CUBISM 1908-1914 By Desiree Rodrigues & Kheng Chhor
    • Cubist Movement Facts
      • Cubist art movement began in Paris near 1907.
      • Movement conceived as a “new way of representing the world”
      • Influences : African Art, new theories on nature of reality
      •  Pablo Picasso Head Of A Woman 1907
    • What Is Cubism?
      • The art of creating abstract shapes of three dimensional objects on a two dimensional surface.
      • Simplified, Stripped down to essentials, to very few blocks, stylizing it into something less and less naturalistic
    • What Is Cubism?
      • Over layering makes for entire areas of abstraction lines, hatchings, and blocks of color are used to create random changes and deformations in areas of the bodies.
      • Often the surfaces intersect at seemingly random angles “removing a coherent sense of depth”
    • Branches
      • There are two types of branches:
        • Analytical : lines continued at random, no longer restricted to defining an available form
        • Synthetic : based on art of creating compositions that focused on objects together
        • Georges Braque
        • Violin and Jug 1910 
        •  Pablo Picasso
        • Still Life With
        • Mandolin and Guitar
        • 1924
    • Artists: PABLO PICASSO
      • Factory, Horta de Ebbo 1907
      • Demoiselles d’Avignon 1907
    • Artists: Georges Braque
      • Woman With a
      • Guitar 1913
      • Candlestick and
      • Playing Cards on
      • a Table 1910
    • Artist: Fernand leger
      • the disc in the city
      • The card players
      • 1917