Picasso and Braque: Pioneering Cubism

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William Stanley Rubin
Museum of Modern Art, 1989 - Art - 460 pages
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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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In this revealing catalog of the recent Museum of Modern Art exhibition with the same title, cubism is for the first time examined as a living dialog built on Cezanne between the innovative Georges ... Read full review

Contents

Preface
11
Appendix
63
Documentary Chronology Judith Cousins
335
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