About Cubism, Its Characteristics And Artist

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Picasso and other painters Cubism features

Cubism and its characteristics

in 1907 Pablo Picasso finished his work “Les demoiselles d’Avignon”. With this work and this year to install also the beginning of cubism in art history in conjunction. You could call the Cubism as a spiritual movement which differentiates itself from the realistic representation of everything that surrounds us. Cubism exceeds limits. It gets rid with the desire to be with the reality in line. The purpose of cubism is to be able to represent ideas graphically. Thus, the Cubism has much to do with surrealism.

Pablo Picasso and the beginning of cubism

Picasso Les Demoiselles d'Avignon Cubism features

The first visual difference to the latter, however, is in the forms used. You are Cubist, as it says the name of the style.

Pablo Ruiz Picasso

Picasso Schwarz white portrait Cubism

Picasso’s artwork “Jacqueline with flowers”

Picasso Cubism features Jacqueline with flowers

Cubism features

The main features of Cubist represent the geometric shapes. You are always in the compositions. This also applies to the simplified forms of nature. The latter occur in particular circles, spheres and cubes. But unlike the opinion of many people, can be described as abstract Cubism. On the contrary: his forms are very specific. This is another difference with surrealism. Cubism certainly respected the physical limits of the forms, as they are typical for our perception.

Sylvette, 1954 by Pablo Picasso

Picasso Cubismus features Sylvette David Green Chair 1954

Also, there are typical subjects of cubism. The portraits are on the one hand the urban centres, and on the other -.

There are many different currents within the Cubism. We would like to turn to two important now.

Pablo’s daughter with doll

Picasso works of art his daughter with doll Cubismus features

Synthetic Cubism

Here’s the free reconstruction of images. It looks as if an object has been taken apart and then again, is compiled by a 3-year-old child. Ultimately the author manages somehow to preserve the typical characteristics of the object.

Interesting see Cubism’s characteristics that often the technique of collage is brought to bear also. The items that are shown are always those that are typical for the most mundane part of everyday life.

Juan Gris – bottles and knives

painter of Juan Gris works Cubismus features bottles and knives

Analytical Cubism

It’s the taking apart of the original composition of objects into parts and their representation in geometric shapes. This is the pure form of cubism, and it requires the greatest Championship of the artists.

“Woman sitting in on armchair” 1920 by Picasso

Picasso Cubismus features woman sitting in on armchair 1920

The most important painter of cubism

The most important characteristics of cubism we now go over to its typical representatives. Are George Braque (1882-1963), Juan Gris (1887-1927), Fernand Leger (1881-1973) and Pablo Ruiz Picasso.

Pablo Ruiz Picasso (1881-1973)

Picasso Schwarz white portrait of Cubismus features


Picasso artworks of Harlequin Cubismus features

The art direction was very strongly represented in the 40, so it’s contemporaries of both world wars. It is not surprising therefore that the destruction and social and political criticism make up an important part of their artwork.

Painter Georges Braque

Georges Braque painting Cubism features

Works of art by Georges Braque

Cubismus painter Georges Braque artworks

Musical instruments in the style of cubism

painter Georges Braque artworks of Cubismus features

Still lifes

painter Georges Braque works Cubismus features

Fernand Léger

painter Fernand Leger Cubismus artworks

“Leisures on red bottom” by Fernand Leger

painter Fernand Léger works Cubismus leisures on red bottom

Strong red accents

painter Fernand Léger works Cubismus features

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