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The Cubist Movement
In spite of his highly diversified body of work, Pablo Picasso is probably best remembered as the father of cubism. Working in Paris between 1907 and 1914, Picasso, together with Georges Braque, created abstract paintings by reducing and fracturing objects into discrete geometric forms to emphasize the two dimensional nature of art on canvas.
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Red and White Domes, 1914 by Paul Klee l'Oiseaux Bleu et Gris by Georges Braque Glasses, a Newspaper and a Bottle of Wine by Juan Gris Glasses, a Newspaper and a Bottle of Wine by Juan Gris
Still Life by Roger De La Fresnaye Still Life by Roger De La Fresnaye A Violin and a Glass by Juan Gris A Violin and a Glass by Juan Gris
Glass by Juan Gris Glass by Juan Gris Glass and Bottle by Juan Gris Glass and Bottle by Juan Gris
Still life In Front of a Window by Juan Gris Still life In Front of a Window by Juan Gris The Fruit Bowl by Juan Gris The Fruit Bowl by Juan Gris
The Mandolin by Juan Gris The Mandolin by Juan Gris The Packet of Tobacco by Juan Gris The Packet of Tobacco by Juan Gris
Trasse, Verres Et Bouteille (Le Journal) by Juan Gris Trasse, Verres Et Bouteille (Le Journal) by Juan Gris Nature Morte by Patrick Henry Bruce Nature Morte by Patrick Henry Bruce
Bottle of Banyuls by Juan Gris Bottle of Banyuls by Juan Gris Breakfast by Juan Gris Breakfast by Juan Gris
Composicion by Juan Gris Composicion by Juan Gris Guitar with Sheet Music by Juan Gris Guitar with Sheet Music by Juan Gris
Still Life by Juan Gris Still Life by Juan Gris Still Life with Guitar by Juan Gris Still Life with Guitar by Juan Gris