Cubism and twentieth-century art
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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Partone THE FOUNDATIONS OF CUBISM
pan Two THE EXPANSION OF CUBISM
Leger and Purism
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abstract Albert Gleizes Analytic Cubism Apollinaire Archipenko architecture artists Boccioni bottle Braque and Picasso Braque's Cezanne Chagall collage color complex contemporary contours contrast created Cubist Cubist painting Cubist sculpture Cubist vocabulary Delaunay Demoiselles d'Avignon Duchamp Duchamp-Villon earlier evoke exhibition explicit fantasy Feininger Fernand Leger figure flat forms fragments French Fresnaye Futurist Gallery geometric Georges Braque Gleizes goblet Gris's Guitar head human illusion irregular Jacques Villon Juan Gris Kahnweiler Klee L'Estaque landscape Leger Lipchitz literal machine Marc Marcel Duchamp Marcoussis masters Mir6 modern Mondrian movement Museum Nude Oil on canvas Pablo Picasso painter palette parallels Paris Parisian patterns Picabia Picasso and Braque pictorial Piet Mondrian portrait reality Salon Salon d'Automne Seated Woman Section d'Or shapes solid and void space Spanish spatial still-life objects strange structure studies of Cubism style suggested symbols Synthetic Cubism table top texture theme tion tradition transformed trompe-l'oeil Umberto Boccioni vertical Villon Violin visual York