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- 1. PicassoAnalyticalCubism
2. Who? Founder of Analytical Cubism Born in Malaga, Spain Painter & Sculptor 3. What?Analytical means to break down de-constructCubism use of simple geometric shapes Analytical CubismReducing or breaking down formsinto basic geometric shapes 4. Where? When? France, 1908-1912 5. Analytical Cubism EssentialsDe-construction of an imageinto simple shapes and colorsThis all started when Picasso wasLiving in FrancePablo Picasso was one of the first artists toexplore the concept 6. Pablo Picasso,Portrait of Wilhelm Uhde , 1910.Oil on canvas.Analyze thisPicasso Deconstruct 7. What shapesdo you see?Diamond RectangleRight Triangle Isosceles TriangleParallelogram TrapezoidSquare Pablo Picasso,Portrait of Wilhelm Uhde , 1910. Oil on canvas. 8. Pablo Picasso, Portrait of WilhelmUhde , 1910. Oil on canvas.How many colors do you see? 9. Color Gradation A gradual change in color from dark to light.Close up of Portrait ofWilhelm Uhde 10. Cubism ProjectTo Start: Choose a simple image or object. eye, fish, skull, violin, etcChoose a shape.circle, square, diamond, or make your ownNow follow the Cubism Experience Steps 11. Cubism Project Steps1 Draw your simple image on 12x18 paper(Tip: Center and use most of your paper space)2 Draw and cut out your interesting shape on an index card3 Trace your shape over the 12x18 paper4 Be sure to overlap in order to break up the image5 Choose 3 colors and create gradations from dark to light in your design(Tip: Vary your hand pressure with the colored pencil.)6 Color each section and change colors when you when you encounter a line.