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Cubism

  1. 1. CUBISMJustin Oldani Nick Beitz David Bloxsom
  2. 2. BACKGROUND Paris  1907-1914 Pablo Picasso  Spanish Georges Braque  French
  3. 3. CUBISM What is it? Why did Cubism begin? Real people, places and objects Multiple viewpoints Two-dimensionality
  4. 4. Les Demoiselles d’Avignon, Pablo Picasso
  5. 5. CUBISM Influences
  6. 6. CUBISM “When you look at an object your eye scans it, stopping to register on a certain detail before moving on to the next point of interest and so on. You can also change your viewpoint in relation to the object allowing you to look at it from above, below or from the side. Therefore, the Cubists proposed that your sight of an object is the sum of many different views and your memory of an object is not constructed from one angle, as in perspective, but from many angles selected by your sight and movement. Cubist painting, paradoxically abstract in form, was an attempt at a more realistic
  7. 7. IDEALS Reject copying nature Two-dimensionality Multiple & contrasting vantage points
  8. 8. ANALYTICAL CUBISM Until 1912 Analyzed subjects from multiple viewpoints Geometric framework Limited palette of colors
  9. 9. Portrait of Ambrose Vollard, Pablo Picasso
  10. 10. Portrait of Daniel Henry Kahnweiler, Pablo Picasso
  11. 11. Ma Jolie, Pablo Picasso
  12. 12. Violin and Candlestick, Georges Braque
  13. 13. Portrait of Picasso, Juan Gris
  14. 14. SYNTHETIC CUBISM Direct Colorful and decorative Many Geometric shapes  Along with freehand and rounded
  15. 15. Glass and Bottle of Suze,Pablo Picasso
  16. 16. Still Life with Bowl and Fruit,Pablo Picasso
  17. 17. CUBIST SCULPTURE Started in 1909 Mainly colors of black, white, and grey Human and animal figures
  18. 18. Cellist, Otto Getfeund
  19. 19. Seated Geometric Figure, AlexanderArchipenko
  20. 20. Head, Pablo Picasso
  21. 21. ARTISTS Georges Braque Paul Cezanne Juan Gris Marcell Duchamp Fernand Leger Pablo Picasso
  22. 22. PAUL CEZANNE January 19, 1839 - October 22, 1906 Aix-en-Provence, France University of Aix
  23. 23. Bibemus Quarry, Paul Cezanne
  24. 24. GEORGES BRAQUE May 13, 1882 - August 31, 1963 Argenteuil, Val-d’Oise Studied at School of Beautiful Arts  Artistic paintings Proto-Cubist
  25. 25. Bottle and Fishes, Georges Braque
  26. 26. JUAN GRIS March 23, 1887 - May 11, 1927 Madrid, Spain School of Arts and Manufacturing
  27. 27. Still Life with Violin and Glass, Juan Gris
  28. 28. MARCEL DUCHAMP July 28, 1887 - October 2, 1968 Blainville-Crevon, France Lycee Pierre-Corneille
  29. 29. Nude Descending Staircase, Marcel Duchamp
  30. 30. FERNAND LEGER February 4, 1881 - August 17, 1955 Orne, France School of Decorative Arts and Julian Academy
  31. 31. PABLO PICASSO October 25, 1881 - April 8, 1973 Malaga, Spain Barcelona School of Fine Arts
  32. 32. WHAT SHAPED CUBISM? Fauvism Expressionism Breaking Paradigms
  33. 33. ART MOVEMENTS THAT CUBISM LED TO Orphism Futurism Vorticism Suprematism
  34. 34. Joy of Life, Robert Delaunay
  35. 35. Supremus No. 58, Malevich,1916
  36. 36. HOW DOES CUBISM FIT INTO THE FAMILY OF ABSTRACT ART? ???

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