Cubist Epoch

ISBN-10: 0714832421

ISBN-13: 9780714832425

Edition: 2nd 1970 (Revised)

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Description: Cubism originated in Paris between 1906 and 19O8 and was the creation oficasso and Braque, a Spaniard and a Frenchman. Within four years, however,he pictorial methods and technical innovations of these two young paintersad been seized on by other artists in France, Germany, Holland, Italy,zechoslovakia, Russia and England. Thus Cubism, the first fundamentaleevaluation since the Renaissance of what artists should record in theirorks of art and how they should do it, rapidly became the most influentialovement in Western art in the first half of the 20th century, continuing toffect the pictorial method of most major artists until the 1940s. This bookas first published to accompany a major exhibition curated by the author athe Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, in 1970.;Douglas Cooper had himselfnown well the principal protagonists in the Cubist Movement, owned works byhem and written extensively on the subject. The exhibition was mounted whenany of the artists, dealers, writers and collectors who created andurthered the development of Cubism were still alive to act as primary

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Book details

List price: $24.95
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 1970
Publisher: Phaidon Press Limited
Publication date: 12/31/1995
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 320
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.75" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.046
Language: English

Foreword
Introduction
True Cubism: 1906-1912
Early Cubism: Les Demoiselles d'Avignon, 1906-7
Early Cubism in relation to Fauvism
Braque's Nude, 1907-8
Developments in Picasso's Painting, 1907-9
Developments in Braque's Painting, 1908-9
From Early to High Cubism: The Painting of Braque and Picasso, 1909-12
The Cubist Movement in Paris: 1906-1914
Derain, 1906-10
Le Fauconnier, Gleizes and Metzinger, 1910-14
Delaunay, 1910-14
Leger, 1909-14
The Movement Gathers Momentum, 1911-14
Types of Cubism
The Puteaux Group and the Section d'Or, 1911-13
Villon, Duchamp and Picabia, 1911-13
Lesser Painters of the Cubist Movement, 1911-13: de Segonzac, Moreau, Marchand, Lhote, Herbin, Rivera, Ferat, Chagall, Marcoussis and de La Fresnaye
The Influence of Cubism Outside France
In Holland: Mondrian
In Germany: Marc, Macke, Campendonk, Klee and Feininger
In Czechoslovakia: Filla, Kubista, Prochazka, Benes, Gutfreund and Capek
In Russia: Gontcharova, Larionov, Malevich, Tatlin, Popova and Udaltsova
In Italy: The Futurists
American Artists in New York and Paris: Weber, Marin, Stella, MacDonald-Wright, Russell and Bruce
In England: The Vorticists
Late Cubism: 1914-1921
Braque and Picasso: Pasted Papers and Paintings, Summer 1912 to Summer 1914
Juan Gris: Paintings and Pasted Papers, 1912-14
Cubism in Paris during the War Years
Picasso: Painting 1914-21
Braque: Painting 1917-21
Juan Gris: Painting 1915-21
Cubist Sculpture
Picasso, de La Fresnaye, Czaky and Filla
Duchamp-Villon and Archipenko
Boccioni and Weber
Gutfreund
Lipchitz, Gris, Laurens and Braque
Conclusion
Bibliography
Artists and Their Dates
Check List
Index
Photo Credits
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