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  1. Paul Cezanne Paul Cezanne is a post Impressionist Artist. What does that mean? Between what periods of art was he working?

  2. George Braque Put these Images in chronological order. 2 1 3 4

  3. CUBISM1907-1914

  4. 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

  5. Georges Braque (French)

  6. Georges Braque (French)

  7. Georges Braque (French)

  8. Georges Braque (French)

  9. Georges Braque (French)

  10. Pablo Picasso (Spanish) Les Desmoiselles d Avignon

  11. Pablo Picasso (Spanish)

  12. Pablo Picasso (Spanish)

  13. Pablo Picasso (Spanish)

  14. Juan Gris (spain)

  15. 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.

  16. 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.

  17. 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.

  18. Exemplar Georges Braque

  19. Student Exemplars

  20. Teacher Exemplars