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Picasso

Picasso

Picasso Master of color and shape This painting is painted in a style called Cubism . What story do you think the painting is telling? This painting is very colorful. Picasso loved colors even more than trying to make the painting look real.

By niveditha
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The world never looked the same again …

The world never looked the same again …

The world never looked the same again …. Fact File. When and what?. Why Cubism ?. Which artists?. Analysis of form. Click on the buttons to find out more. Web search. 3D Relief work. When and what?. 1906 - 1914 Three stages: Early Cubism 1906 – 1909 Analytical Cubism 1909 – 1912

By MikeCarlo
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CUBISM

CUBISM

CUBISM. 1907-1921. "M. Braque scorns form and reduces everything, sites, figures and houses, to geometric schemas and cubes.". Louis Vauxcelles, art critic – on seeing Georges Braque’s exhibition at the Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler Gallery in 1908. What is Cubism?.

By odelia
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Influential Modern Art Movements Pertemuan 3

Influential Modern Art Movements Pertemuan 3

Influential Modern Art Movements Pertemuan 3. Matakuliah : U0052/Sejarah DKV II Tahun : 2006. Cubism. Pablo Picasso, Nude , 1906-1907. Juan Gris, Fruit Bowl , 1916. Sumber gambar: A History of Graphic Design. Futurism. Filipo Marinetti, concrete poem: Les Mots en Liberte , 1919.

By oksana
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Analyzing a Painting

Analyzing a Painting

Analyzing a Painting. It aint hard!. OBSERVING. “”Never over look the obvious” . Look at the painting, top to bottom, side to side. Make notes of any immediate responses or feelings.

By lahela
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Non objective drawing

Non objective drawing

Drawing and Painting. Non objective drawing. What is Non Objective Art?. Non-objective abstraction – Abstraction which does not refer to an object.  Refer to artists such as Jackson Pollack, Hans Hoffman, Mark Rothko, later Wassily Kandinsky. Wassily Kandinsky.

By dafydd
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CUBISM

CUBISM

CUBISM. By: Khalid Hamada. What Is Cubism?.

By trory
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Postwar Uncertainty (Ch. 15, Sec. 1)

Postwar Uncertainty (Ch. 15, Sec. 1)

Postwar Uncertainty (Ch. 15, Sec. 1). New Scientific Theories Challenge Old Beliefs. World War I caused many to question religious faith (fear of uncertain future) Writer T.S. Eliot described the postwar world as lacking hope and faith

By vance
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Cubism

Cubism

Cubism. Jibrail Cheema. What is Cubism?.

By lorand
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Fragments

Fragments

Fragments.

By masao
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Portfolio Projects

Portfolio Projects

Portfolio Projects. By: Mik Evankovich. The Mind.

By aquarius
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History of Painting

History of Painting

History of Painting . Cubism. Cubism. Cubism . Although many artists made pieces that had aspects of what came to be called cubism before 1907, we usually date the birth of Cubism to Picasso’s painting “Les Demoiselles d’Avignon ”.

By arne
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History of Art(3)

History of Art(3)

History of Art(3). U41H3. Lecture 9. Week 11. History of Art(3 ). Course Lecturer : . Prof. M.Helal. Course assistant : . Eng. Youmna Yakout. Course Objectives: .

By kenna
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Pablo Picasso

Pablo Picasso

Pablo Picasso. Pablo’s father was a painter and an art teacher. He wanted Pablo to be an artist. Picasso, at age 14, paints The Young Girl with Bare Feet . When Picasso’s dad saw how well Pablo could paint, he gave him all his own paints and brushes and never painted again.

By bary
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CUBISM

CUBISM

CUBISM. Analytical Cubism. The first phase of Cubism (1907 to 1912) reduced natural forms to their basic geometric parts and then tried to reconcile these essentially three-dimensional parts with the two-dimensional picture plane. Multiple perspectives of an item shown.

By stacia
(196 views)

Cubism

Cubism

one of the most influential visual art styles of the early 20th century. Cubism.

By gene
(163 views)

Objective 1

Objective 1

Welcome! Are you ready to learn about Cubism and what makes it unique? Come along then, and let’s begin! . Objective 1. Given a PowerPoint lesson/presentation, the student will be able to identify and describe how Cubists used the art elements with one hundred percent accuracy. . Objective 2.

By sereno
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Cubism

Cubism

Cubism. Futurism. Harlem Renaissance. Modern Architecture.

By tulia
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CUBISM

CUBISM

CUBISM. I paint forms as I think them not as I see them. Pablo Picasso, Les Demoiselles D’Avignon , 1907. Cubism. show the ‘concept’ of an object rather than details of the real thing. Picasso, Enamel Saucepan, 1945 (Synthetic Cubism). different views of an object

By trudy
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CUBISM

CUBISM

CUBISM. CUBISM. Cubism began between 1907 and 1908 by two artists, Pablo Picasso and George Braque. Cubism is based on geometric shapes and distinct use of space. Georges Braque Harbour 1908-1909 oil on canvas 92 x 73cm. PICASSO. Picasso and Braque were the founding Fathers of Cubism.

By waneta
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