Modern Art From 1900 to World War II Manet & Realism Impressionism Post Impressionism (Colorists) (Formalists) Van Gogh & Matisse Cezanne Fauvism Cubism Abstract Expressionism Futurism Abstract geometric painting Fantasy, Dada, Surrealism Cubism
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From 1900 to World War II
Manet & Realism
Van Gogh & Matisse
Abstract geometric painting
Fantasy, Dada, Surrealism
“’Cubism is no different from any other school of painting. The same principles and the same elements are common to all. The fact that for a long time Cubism has not been understood…means nothing. I do not read English, [but] this does not mean that the English language does not exist….’”
-- quoted by Guillaume Apollinaire in The Beginnings of Cubism, 1912.
“The art of painting original arrangements composed of elements taken from conceived rather than perceived reality.”
-- Guillaume Apollinaire, The Beginnings of Cubism, 1912.
Violin & Palette
Bottle of Suze
Guernica by Pablo Picasso, 1937 o/c
Girl before Mirror
Dynamism of a Dog on a Leash, 1912
by Giacomo Balla
Unique Forms of Continuity in Space
Composition with Red, Yellow, and Blue
Broadway Boogie Woogie by Piet Mondrian
“According to the major spokesman of the movement, the poet and critic Andre Breton, who published ‘The Surrealist Manifesto’ in 1924, Surrealism was a means of reuniting conscious and unconscious realms of experience so completely tat the world of dream and fantasy would be joined to the everyday rational world in ‘an absolute reality, a surreality.’”