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Cubism 2011
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  • 1. Cubism By Tim, Derek, and Dylan 5 th hour Ms. Nancy
  • 2. Characteristics of Cubism
    • Emphasis on two-dimensionality
    • Used multiple or contrasting view points
    • Use of geometric shapes and edges
  • 3. Picasso’s First
    • Les Demoiselles de Avignon (1907)
  • 4. Braque’s first painting
    • Houses at
    • L'Estaque (1908)
  • 5. Analytical Cubism  (1910 – 1912)
    • Broke up natural forms into little cubes or geometric shapes.
    • Removed bright colours.
    • Monochromatic concentration on line and form.
    • Analytical Cubism was a direct development from Cezanne's approach to painting. 
    • More difficult to interpret paintings.
  • 6. Pablo Picasso Portrait of Ambroise Vollard
  • 7. Pablo Picasso The Guitar Player
  • 8. Georges Braque Musical Instruments
  • 9. Georges Braque Fruit Dish
  • 10. Synthetic Cubism (1912 – 1920)
    • Use of different materials to create painting
    • Greater use of color to decorate.
    • Attempted to create less depth (make more shallow)
    • Creation instead of recreation.
  • 11. Pablo Picasso Still Life With Chair-Canning
  • 12. Pablo Picasso- Three Musicians
  • 13. Juan Gris Harlequin with Guitar
  • 14. Georges Braque The Musician (1917-18)
  • 15. Comparison: Analytical v. Synthetic
    • Analytical
    • Less Color
    • More as many things altogether
    • More painting
    • Synthetic
    • More Colour
    • More as one
    • Use of different mediums (materials)
  • 16.
    • Picasso’s Violin Braque’s Oval Still Life
  • 17.
    • Picasso’s Ma Jolie Braque’s Portuguese
  • 18. Fernand Leger  The Bargeman (1919)
  • 19.
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    • Marcel
    • Duchamp
    • Nude Descending Staircase No. 2 (1912)  
  • 20. Pablo Picasso Head of a Woman (1908)
  • 21. Juan Gris Violin and Glass (1918)
  • 22.  

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