Presentation on theme: "Cubism Fun Fact Picasso’s birth name is: Pablo Diego José Francisco de Paula Juan Nepomuceno Maria de los Remedios Cipriano de la Santisima Trinidad Ruiz."— Presentation transcript:
1CubismFun FactPicasso’s birth name is: Pablo Diego José Francisco de Paula Juan Nepomuceno Maria de los Remedios Cipriano de la Santisima Trinidad Ruiz y PicassoPablo Picasso
2Major Developments - Europe The British army reorganizing and readies to go to war,By 1912 British had an army ready to go to war against France
4Characteristics of Cubism Many artists wanted to portray life not how it seems in their artConception of fourth dimension was shown oftenGeometrical, conceptual art piecesUnrealistic images and sculptures
5The Three MusiciansThe original painting is located, as stated, in the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Yet there was another copy made. The other copy was put in a different museum. You can find it in the Philadelphia Museum of Art in Pennsylvania, USA.By Pablo Picasso6 ft. 7 in. x 7 ft. 3 3/4 in.Oil on CanvasCompleted 1921Located in the Museum of Modern Art, New York
6Houses at l'Estaque Braque simplifies the form of the houses Braque and Picasso worked together very closelyEven some experts have difficulty telling the work of one artist from the other1908Oil on canvas28-5/8 x 23-1/4 inchesMusée national d'art moderne, Centre Pompidou, Paris
7The Weeping Woman Artist: Pablo Picasso Created: 1937 Size: 2' 0" x 1' 7" (60 cm x 49 cm)Media: Oil paintSubject: SufferingWeeping Woman, is an oil on canvas painted by Pablo Picasso in France in Picasso loved the subject, so he painted many more with the same subject in the same year. However this painting was the last and most detailed of the series.
8The Man At The Café Artist: Juan Gris Completion Date: 1912 Technique: Oil PaintsMaterial: canvasDimensions: x 88 cmGallery: Philadelphia Museum of Art,Philadelphia, PA, USA
9Guernica One of Picasso’s most famous works the Nazi's bombing practice on the town of GuernicaSpanish Civil WarCreated: April 26, 1937–June 1937Dimensions: 11' 5" x 25' 6“Oil paintMuseo del Prado, Madrid
10Les Demoiselles d’ Avignon Portrays five naked women. These five women seem to appear menacing and rendering based on their angular and disjointed bodies. Two of the women have African masks which symbolizes a savage aura. With this painting made a radical departure from traditional European work. It’s considered a seminal to early development of both cubism and modern art. The painting is very revolutionary and controversial and led to anger and disagreement.By Pablo Picasso8 ft. x 7 ft. 8 in.Oil PaintingCompleted 1907Located in the Museum of Modern Art, New York
11La Guitare Georges Braque 71.1 cm. x 55.9 cm. Oil PaintingCompleted 1910Located in Tate Modern, London, UKBraque begun to work very closely with Picasso around He, as well as Picasso, developed a proto-Cubist style of painting. Braque was mainly interested in developing Cézanne’s idea of having multiple perspectives. It was discovered that Braque’s encounter with Picasso had only deepened the exploration of Cézanne’s ideas. Braque became considered one of the innovators of Cubism and his work is now considered Analytic Cubism
12Figure dans un Fauteuil By Pablo Picasso92.1 cm. x 73 cm.Oil PaintingCompleted 1910Located at Tate Modern, London, UKPablo Picasso, one of the greatest artists, was one of the innovators of cubism. Pablo Picasso was influenced by Gauguin, Cézanne, African masks and Iberian sculptures. Cézanne had an idea of making art have multiple perspectives. This is a big characteristic in creating Cubist art. Pablo along with Braque developed Cubism in They used many complex patterns to make things seem as if they are being seen from multiple angles but at the same time.