CUBISM CUBISM Cubism was an art movement in France that lasted from 1908 to 1918 and beyond. It was started by Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque . CUBISM
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Meditation, 1885 William Bouguereau
who simplified natural forms into spheres, cylinders, cubes, and cones . . .
Rocky Landscape, 1887 Paul Cezanne
Running Full Speed, 1887Eadweard Muybridge
Nuna Buffalo Mask
Little Harbor, 1909Georges Braque
Woman with a Guitar, 1913 Pablo Picasso
Woman Seated, 1908 Pablo Picasso
Do you see the facets?
Portrait of Picasso, 1912Juan Gris (Spain)
Still Life with Glass, Dice, Newspaper and Playing Card, 1913 Georges Braque
Still Life with a Poem, 1915 Juan Gris
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The Traveler, 1915 Liubov Popova (Russia)
Street: Near the Palace, 1915 Lyonel Feininger (USA)
Do you see Cubism’s
Unique Forms of Continuity, 1913 Umberto Boccioni
What: Cubism (Analytic Cubism & Synthetic Cubism)
When: 1908 – 1918 and beyond
Where: France; later in Europe, Russia, and USA
Why: To reject traditional perspective and explore ideas of time and space—show portraits, still life, and landscape from several angles at once; explore boundaries of illusion and what’s real
How: By breaking up the picture plane into facets, using geometric shapes, adding lettering, constructing collage and assemblage