Picasso and Braque: Pioneering Cubism
William Stanley Rubin
Museum of Modern Art, 1989 - Art - 460 pages
By examining the interlocking work of the Cubist movement's two principal pioneers--Picassso and Braque--this book aims to understand the dynamic, day-to-day progression of discoveries from which would emerge a visual dialectic for the art of this century. 328 color and 99 black-and-white illustrations.
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Analytic Cubism Ardengo Soffici artists August autumn Avignon Bottle BRAQUE PICASSO Braque's Cadaques canvas oval cardboard catalogue Centre Georges Pompidou Ceret Cezanne charcoal cited collage colles Cubism Daix December Demoiselles Derain early exhibition Friesz Fruit Dish Georges Braque Gertrude Stein Gift Glass gouache Guitar Havre Horta de Ebro July June Kahnweiler's L'Estaque Laurens Archives Le Havre Leiris Archives Matisse Max Jacob Modern Art Monod-Fontaine 1984a Musee National d'Art Musee Picasso Museum of Art Museum of Modern National d'Art Moderne November Nude October Oil on canvas Pablo painter painting paper sculptures papier colli Paris Paris Paris Paris-Journal pasted paper peinture pencil photographs Picasso and Braque Picasso's studio picture portrait Private collection Picasso returns to Paris Romilly Salon d'Automne Salon des Independants September Soffici Sorgues spring summer tion Toklas Uhde Violin weiler Wilhelm Uhde Woman writes to Braque writes to Gertrude writes to Kahnweiler York Zervos XXVIII