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Paul Cezanne Paul Cezanne is a post Impressionist Artist. What does that mean? Between what periods of art was he working? George Braque Put these Images in chronological order. 2 1 3 4 CUBISM 1907-1914 CUBISM One of the most influential art movements of the twentieth century.

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Paul Cezanne

Paul Cezanne is a post Impressionist Artist.

What does that mean?

Between what periods of art was he working?


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George Braque

Put these Images in chronological order.

2

1

3

4


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CUBISM1907-1914


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CUBISM

  • One of the most influential art movements of the twentieth century.

  • Cubism was begun by Pablo Picasso (Spanish) and Georges Braque (French) in 1907

  • A French art critic used the term "cubism“ in 1908 after seeing a picture by Braque. He described it as 'full of little cubes‘.Louis Vauxelles







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Pablo Picasso (Spanish)

Les Desmoiselles

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Characteristics of Cubism

  • Color was almost non-existent often included brown, grey, blue and ochre.

  • Color was not to detract viewer from the design.

  • Artists for the first time made images that were collaged (pasted) onto the canvas.

  • Paint was applied uniformly in small square brushstrokes creating vibrations of light & dark.

  • They used letters, fragments of words & musical notes.

  • They painted every day recognizable objects.


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PURPOSE of Cubism

  • Cubist painters were not trying to copy forms, and space as they saw it but rather from multiple views at the same time.

  • Cubism purpose was to analyze and study an object by breaking it down and reassembling it in a new way.


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Assignment #3

  • Create a collaged drawing/painting in the style of cubism using every day still life objects as the subject matter.

  • Use a monochromatic color scheme.

  • Show multiple views of an object at the same time.


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Exemplar

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Braque




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