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Art 1301 Maurice Rowe
Table of Contents:
Founding Fathers of Cubism
Types of Cubism
Characteristics of Cubism
The Cubism movement was developed in the 20th century by Pablo Picasso and George Braches in Paris (1907-1919) The Cubism movement was an art movement that rejected the idea of using reality to create realism. The Cubism movement revolutionized European painting and sculpture and relied on geometry and straight lines of modern abstract
Cubism Art Movement was located in Paris, France in 1907. It was the new beginning of the whole worlds representation through African art on canvas.
Violin & Pipe Collage
George Braque was head of the Cubism Movement and viewed art through texture, line and color.
He sought harmony in composition and saw his own work as iconological commentary.
His work was similar in palette to the work of Pablo Picasso.
The Blue Period
Pablo Picasso was also head of the cubism movement and co-founder. He analyzed objects in terms of their shapes. Picasso loved the color of blue, so he decided for over a year everything he sculptured, painted, or designed would be known as his “Blue Period”.
Analytic Cubism, consisted of monogram brownish type colors.
More linear constructed with a lot of geometric shapes.
Synthetic Cubism is more colorful.
Can recognize objects in the art.
Cubism Sculpture is art of the external world that are sculptured from two to three dimensions of sculptured planes.
Characteristics of Cubism is a "new way of seeing."
Shows mirror effect
Can be seen more than one view
It is rearranged in Iine abstract
Sometimes broken up