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Cubism!!! Three phases… Early Cubism ( ) Analytical Cubism ( ) Synthetic cubism ( ) Early/proto cubism Braque and Picasso A rejection of artistic traditions (conventions)…

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Cubism •Analytic •Synthetic •Collage 1907 cubism begins. 1908 – 1912 Analytical cubism begins. 1881 Pablo Picasso was born. 1882 George Braque was born. 1839 Paul…

Please read the information and look at the images on the following pages before answering the quiz questions Cubism Cubism was one of the most important Art movements of…

1. CUBISMTHE FIRST FORM OF ABSTRACT ARTPICASSO AND BRAQUE WITH INFLUENCES FROM CÉZANNE 2. INFLUENCES ON CUBISM• Paul Cézanne changedstyles and habits• Variations of…

1.CUBISM Revision 2. History • 1907 is taken as the date in which Cubism was born, when Picasso and Braque met each other. • `Les Demoiselles d’Avignon is the painting…

Analytic Cubism Analytic Cubism -art period that went from 1909 through 1912 -developed by Picasso and Braque -made of geometric shapes and characteristics details - monochromatic…

1.   2. -Fauvism (1901-06)modern French painting movement.- PaulCézzane (1839-1906) French postimpressionist painter. He is considered the father of modern art .Maininfluencies…

1. CUBISM Date(s): _______________________________________ Essential questions based on the Cubism readings 1. What are some ways you can identify works from the Cubism art…

1. Cubism November 2012 2. Pablo Picasso and George Braque George BraquePablo Picasso  Inspired by Paul Cezanne, Pablo Picasso and George Braque developed the Cubist style…

1.Painting of the Day #14 Analytic Cubism 2. Cezanne’s Influence on Cubism Paul Cézanne Bibemus Quarryoil on canvas, 1895 Museum Folkwang Cezanne was crazy about creating…

CHAPTER FIVE Cubism and Logic CUBISM, invented so recently as I9o8, is an art of the past which no one any longer practices. But everyone who has anything to do with modern…

1. CUBISM Katie Reily Stacey Klonowski “ Girl with Mandolin” 1910 - Picasso 2. Science and Art Science was rapidly changing Old notions of matter, time, and space are…

CUBISM Date(s): _______________________________________ Essential questions based on the Cubism readings 1. What are some ways you can identify works from the Cubism art…

1. In the next phase of our journey through art history we will observe the Cubist works of Pablo Picasso and George Brauque. We will focus on the attempts of these artists…

1.CUBISM 2. • Cubism was a truly revolutionary style of modern art developed by Pablo Picasso and Georges Braques. It was the first style of abstract art which evolved…

1. Cubism(1907-1914)By: Andrea Mathew, Angela Wang, Kayla Weber 2. Influenced by Previous Movements A Bar at the Folies-Bergere, Edouard Manet (Impressionism) 3. Influenced…

Cubism  Imagism Cubism  Imagism A New Way of Seeing  A New School of Writing { Cubism Looking at a single object from multiple perspectives and showing all of those…

1. CubismBy: Emma Babtan, Emily Pawczuk, and CharleneDinogan 2. Characteristics Geometric Shapes Simultaneity Passage Restricted Color Almost abstract 3. Movement…