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Cubism by Phillip Martin Cubism What can that possibly mean? Cubism An “ ism ” is a suffix at the end of many English words. It comes from Greek “ ismos ” and Latin “ ismus ”. You have seen it at the end of words like optim ism , Buddh ism , rac ism , favorit ism , and terror ism . Cubism

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Cubism

by Phillip Martin


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Cubism

What can that possibly mean?


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Cubism

An “ism” is a suffix at the end of many English words. It comes from Greek “ismos” and Latin “ismus”.

You have seen it at the end of words like optimism, Buddhism, racism, favoritism, and terrorism.


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It signifies a belief, practice, idea, or movement. In art, there are many movements that end in ism.

One of the most important ISMs is Cubism.


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Cubism was a movement that began in France in the early 20th Century by Spanish artist Pablo Picasso and French artist Georges Braque.

Picasso


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Cubism was a movement that began in France in the early 20th Century by Spanish artist Pablo Picasso and French artist Georges Braque.

Picasso

Braque


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Cubism rejected the idea of using perspective to create art as seen in nature. It was geometric and two dimensional.

Objects were broken apart and the pieces could be viewed from all sides.

Can you guess what this is?


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Cubism rejected the idea of using perspective to create art as seen in nature. It was geometric and two dimensional.

Objects were “broken apart” and the pieces could be viewed from all sides.

Violin and Candlestick by Braque


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Picasso’s early work was done in a more traditional style.

He went through different periods when he created different kinds of art.

Self Portrait by Picasso


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The Old Guitarist is a famous piece from his Blue Period.

The Old Guitarist by Pablo Picasso


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The Boy with a Pipe from his Rose Period, sold for more than $100 million!


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Picasso is best known for Cubism. In some of his pieces objects are geometrical but still easily identified.

Enamel Saucepan by Pablo Picasso


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Other pieces are a little more of a challenge to identify – but there are clues.

Can you identify what is here?


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Other pieces are a little more of a challenge to identify – but there are clues.

Can you identify what is here?

Three Musicians by Pablo Picasso


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Some pieces are impossible to figure out. But, they make for interesting conversation.

What is this?


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Some pieces are impossible to figure out. But, they make for interesting conversation.

What is this?

A Portrait of David-Henry Kahnweiler

by Pablo Picasso


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Cubism was popular in the Czech Republic.

It inspired work in architecture, pottery, and

furniture.

Cubism Museum

Prague,

Czech Republic


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Cubism

Cubism was popular in the Czech Republic.

It inspired work in architecture, pottery, and

furniture.

Cubism Museum

Prague,

Czech Republic


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Cubism

Cubism was popular in the Czech Republic.

It inspired work in architecture, pottery, and

furniture.

Cubism Museum

Prague,

Czech Republic


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Cubism

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So now you know about Cubism in art. But,if you want to know more, you can always

research Realism,Surrealism, Expressionism, Constructivism,Fauvism,Pointillism, Dadaism,Impressionism,Mannerism, Modernism, Post-Modernism,Neo-Expressionism, and Romanticism. . .for starters.


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Movements

Impressionism

Cubism

Pointillism

Realism

Surrealism

More isms


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