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  Cubism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cubism was an early 20th century avant-garde art movement that revolutionized European painting and sculpture, and which inspired related movements in music and literature.
Cubism was taken up by many artists in Montparnasse and promoted by art dealer Henry Kahnweiler, becoming popular so quickly that by 1910 critics were referring to a "cubist school" of artists.
The influence of cubism on artists of the first decades of the 20th century can be seen in the development of new trends in art like futurism, constructivism, vorticism and expressionism.
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 Station Information - Cubism   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Cubism was an avant-garde art movement that revolutionised European painting and sculpture in the early 20th century.
The Cubism movement, born in the art community of Montmartre and then greatly expanded by the gathering of artists in Montparnasse, was promoted by art dealer Henry Kahnweiler.
Cubism had a major impact on artists of the first decades of the 20th century and it gave rise to development of new trends in art like: futurism, constructivism and expressionism.
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 Cubism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cubism is usually regarded as the most important and influential art movement since the Italian Renaissance; it was an avant-garde art movement that revolutionized European painting and sculpture in the early 20th century.
The cubism movement expanded by the gathering of artists in Montparnasse, and was promoted by art dealer Henry Kahnweiler.
Cubism influenced artists of the first decades of the 20th century and it gave rise to development of new trends in art like futurism, constructivism, vorticism and expressionism.
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 da Kubismen Cubism was...
da:Kubismen "Cubism" was an avant-garde avant-garde art movement that revolutionised European painting and sculpture in the early 20th century 20th century.
The Cubism movement, born in the art community of Montmartre Montmartre and then greatly expanded by the gathering of artists in Montparnasse Montparnasse, was promoted by art dealer Henry Kahnweiler Henry Kahnweiler.
Cubism had a major impact on artists of the first decades of the 20th century and it gave rise to development of new trends in art like: futurism futurism, constructivism constructivism and expressionism expressionism.
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 Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art < From Cubism To Minimalism >
Cubism was a rational attempt in revaluating volume and spatial relations, and a starting point for the many of the subsequent modem art movements.
Cubism had its roots in one of Cezanne's theory according Which the natural forms are made of the geometrical elements Aesthetic principles of Cubism developed jointly by Picasso and Braque between 1907 and 1914.
Synthetic Cubism advanced this principle that the work of art, far from being a reflection of reality seen by the artist, is an independent construction equal to the nature.
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 Orphism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Orphism or Orphic cubism, is a term coined in 1912 France by the poet Guillaume Apollinaire.
The term may also be used in reference to the paintings of Delaunay's wife, Sonia Terk and to the Czech painter, Frantisek Kupka along with other members of the Puteaux Group.
Founded by Jacques Villon, the orphists were rooted in cubism but moved toward a pure lyrical abstraction, seeing painting as the bringing together of a sensation of bright colors.
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 Wikinfo | Cubism   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Cubism was an avant-garde art movement that revolutionised European
Cubism had a major impact on artists of the first decades of the 20th century
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 Sheffield School of Interior Design Distance Education
Cubism is arguably the single most important art movement in the entire history of art.
The art critic and poet Guillaume Apollinaire dubbed their style “Orphism,” or “Orphic Cubism,” and included in his group a number of artists with rather different styles and aims, among them Ferdinand Léger, Robert Delaunay, Frantiszeck Kupka, Marcel Duchamp and Francis Picabia.
Ferdinand Léger (1881-1955) was one of Apollinaire's Orphic Cubists.
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He passes from a blue to a pink period, before proposing cubism and he is not indifferent to symbolism.
Cubism appears as a developpement on Cezanne's research on form, as a reconnaissance of the artistic value of African art and the possibilities it offers to renew occidental art.
Cubism soon splits into analytical cubism, synthetic cubism and finally Orphic cubism.
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 Cubism
Woman with a guitar by [[Georges Braque, 1913]] Cubism was an avant-garde art movement that revolutionised European painting and sculpture in the early 20th century.
Violon, verre, pipe et encrier by [[Pablo Picasso, 1912]] The second phase of Cubism, beginning in about 1913, was called synthetic cubism.
These works of art were composed of distinct superimposed parts - painted or often pasted onto the canvas - and were characterized by much brighter colours.
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, 1913]] Cubism was an avant-garde art movement that revolutionised European painting and sculpture in the early 20th century.
"Toward a New American Cubism," currently on view at Berry-Hill Galleries, shows that derivativeness of style is not necessarily poverty of invention.
But, starting with Cubism and continuing through Dada and Surrealism to Pop art, text flowed into image in the visual arts.
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 ArtLex on Cubism
- One of the most influential art movements (1907-1914) of the twentieth century, Cubism was begun by Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1882-1973) and Georges Braque (French, 1882-1963) in 1907.
In Cubism the subject matter is broken up, analyzed, and reassembled in an abstracted form.
There were three phases in the development of Cubism: Facet Cubism, Analytic Cubism, and Synthetic Cubism.
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 CUBISM FACTS AND INFORMATION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Cubism was probably the most important and influential art movement since the Italian Renaissance; it was an avant-garde art movement that revolutionized European painting and sculpture in the early 20th century.
Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso, then residents of the Montmartre quarter of Paris, France, began working on the development of Cubism in 1908.
Braque and Picasso were influenced by Paul Cezanne, Georges Seurat, Iberian sculpture, African tribal art (although Braque later disputed this), and by the Fauves.
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 ARTinthePICTURE.com - Styles - Cubism   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Robert Delaunay (1885 - 1941) - Orphic Cubism
Cubism is an art movement in the 20th century that completely changed
fixed angle, Cubism breaks the subject up into a multiplicity of facets.
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 Guggenheim Collection - Cubism - Chagall - The Soldier Drinks
Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso originated the style known as Cubism, one of the most internationally influential innovations of 20th-century art.
After Marc Chagall moved to Paris from Russia in 1910, his paintings quickly came to reflect the latest avant-garde styles.
The Chabad Hasidim of Chagall’s childhood believed it possible to achieve communion with God through music and dance, and the fiddler was a vital presence in ceremonies and festivals.
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 Cubism - TvWiki, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Image:Braque.woman.400pix.jpg Image:Cubist house prague.jpg Cubism was an avant-garde art movement that revolutionized European painting and sculpture in the early 20th century.
In cubist artworks, objects are all broken up, analyzed, and reassembled in an abstracted form — instead of rendering objects from a single fixed angle, the artist depicts the subject from multiple angles simultaneously as an attempt to present the subject in the most complete manner.
Image:Violon, verre, pipe et encrier.jpg Innovative artists, Braque and Picasso sought new ways to express space and form in painting.
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 Orphism Art Style Information at Buy Art
Orphic art aspires to do two individual tasks separately and simultaneously; the first is to please the eye aesthetically and visually with a clear and obvious composition, and the second is to fill that new image with noble content.
The need to individualize artistic expression was a major point of this group and they used juxtapositional combinations of shapes and significances to make their point.
The clash of shapes and opposing colors and the interrelations that seemed to exist between these contrasting elements was the Orphic main characteristic.
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 Cubism
Cubism avant la lettre in this Untitled Cubist Sculpture (1902) by Viennese architect Josef Hoffmann
Picasso's painting of the Les Demoiselles d'Avignon is considered essential in the development of the Cubism.
Example of "orphist cubism" which was rooted in cubism but moved toward a pure lyrical abstraction, seeing painting as the bringing together of a sensation of bright colors.
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 A Neglected Modernist - Amadeo de Souza Cardoso Art in America - Find Articles
Never adopting the restricted palette (nor the intellectual objectivism) of Analytical Cubism, he instead flirted with Orphic Cubism and was drawn to the work of Sonia and Robert Delaunay.
His attraction to color, which he used to create ambiances of subdued delicacy or presences of radiating vitality, derived in part from the lush landscape around Manhufe and from Portugal's boldly hued vernacular art and architecture.
Also dating from this period are studies Souza Cardoso did for innovative exhibition catalogues he was planning with the Delaunays, who had themselves retreated from war-weary Paris to Portugal.
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 Orphism Art - Artists, Artworks and Biographies
The term was derived from Greek mythology, referencing the poet and musician Orpheus.
Also called Orphic Cubism, Delaunay’s work contains elements of a Cubist style.
Aiming to appeal to the senses, the style employed overlapping planes of contrasting colors.
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 artnet.com: Resource Library: Procházka, Antonín   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
His early work was influenced by Expressionism and Fauvism and his stay in Paris in autumn 1909 stimulated his interest in Cubism, resulting in Cubo-Expressionistic works (e.g.
It was probably in 1912–14 that he produced a precocious ensemble of Cubist-oriented projects for architecture, furniture, vases and lighting that reflected his radical conception of shapes and attempted to encompass the imaginative utopianism of a universal style (see also CZECH CUBISM).
In his paintings of 1915–18 he went beyond the visual boundaries of Cubism towards his own version of Orphism, though he had no direct contact with Frantisek Kupka or Robert Delaunay.
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 hss_honour_thevisuala_6|Art from 1900 to 1919|Essays|Style Analysis
Analyze examples of the three styles of Cubism that are discussed in Chapter 19.
How are Analytical, Synthetic and Orphic Cubism different from and related to one another?
Use at least one example of each style to illustrate your discussion.
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 Art Terms - Encyclopedia FunTrivia
The term 'Orphism' was a reference to the ancient Greek singer and poet Orpheus, and suggested a new primacy of lyricism and color in the paintings which Apollinaire had beheld.
The name Delaunay (both Robert and Sonia) is most commonly attached to this movement that may also be termed 'Orphic Cubism', since its ideas stemmed from that earlier movement.
Orphism, as a cohesive movement, died out in a short time, only having been prevalent for about 3 years, but its influence persists even up to the present.
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 Spiritual - Mysticism
Israeli artist works in a style partaking of both cubism and surrealism. The subjects are mainly mysticism, motherhood, Jerusalem, and Jewish themes. Includes images and curriculum vitae.
Hellenistic polytheism in Ancient Greece. Includes information on the pantheon, Pythagorean mysticism, creatures, Orphic Hymns, and rituals.
Offers sanctuary to atheists and freethinkers who wish to improve their lives without resorting to mysticism or irrationality.
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