Cubism and twentieth-century art

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Harry N. Abrams, 2001 - Art - 346 pages
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This reissue brings back into print a timeless classic on one of the most important movements in Modern art. Art historian Robert Rosenblum brilliantly clarifies the language of Cubism and offers a penetrating analysis of its role in the creation of the major pictorial and sculptural styles of our time. The colorplates include both well-known Cubist masterpieces and works marking the transition to other viewpoints in contemporary art.

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Contents

Partone THE FOUNDATIONS OF CUBISM
13
pan Two THE EXPANSION OF CUBISM
111
Leger and Purism
133
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About the author (2001)

Rosenblum is Professor of Fine Arts at New York University and curator of 20th century art at the Guggenheim.

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