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Pablo Picasso and Cubism - Masterworks Fine Art
From c. 1907-1917, Pablo Picasso pioneered the Cubism movement, a revolutionary style of modern art that Picasso formed in response to the rapidly changing modern world. In collaboration with his friend and fellow artist Georges Braque , Picasso challenged conventional, realistic forms of art through the establishment of Cubism. Picasso wanted to develop a new way of seeing that reflected the...
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'Girl with a Mandolin' - Pablo Picasso - Modernism
Theme: Abracted Analytic Cubism
Technique: Oil on Canvas
The 'Girl with a Mandolin' was painted within the Cubist movement by Pablo Picasso in Paris, 1910. The artwork was one of Picasso's early Analytic Cubist creations.
Picasso's ideas lead him to paint the subject as she sat directly in front of him. He analysed his subject, breaking the subject down into squares, cubes, rectangles, and other...
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The basic principles of Analytic Cubism (1910-12), with its fragmentation of three-dimensional forms on a two-dimensional picture plane, are embodied in Still Life with a Bottle of Rum , painted in 1911. The techniques of Analytic Cubism were...
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