Cubism , Page 2

Set design for 'Le Coq d'Or', Natalia Goncharova

Set design for 'Le Coq d'Or' Natalia Goncharova, 1914

Still Life with Carafe and Curtains, Mikhail Larionov

Still Life with Carafe and Curtains Mikhail Larionov, 1914

The City, Olga Rozanova

The City Olga Rozanova, 1914

The Praying Jew (Rabbi of Vitebsk), Marc Chagall

The Praying Jew (Rabbi of Vitebsk) Marc Chagall, 1914

Visual Synthesis of the Idea: "War", Gino Severini

Visual Synthesis of the Idea: "War" Gino Severini, 1914

Women Sitting by a Window, Jean Metzinger

Women Sitting by a Window Jean Metzinger, 1914

Jack of Hearts, Olga Rozanova

Jack of Hearts Olga Rozanova, 1912 – 1915

King of Clubs, Olga Rozanova

King of Clubs Olga Rozanova, 1912 – 1915

Berlin Series No. 49, Marsden Hartley

Berlin Series No. 49 Marsden Hartley, 1914 – 1915

Pier and Ocean (Composition No. 10), Piet Mondrian

Pier and Ocean (Composition No. 10) Piet Mondrian, 1915

Queen of Spades, Olga Rozanova

Queen of Spades Olga Rozanova, 1914 – 1915

Stillleben mit Gitarre, Liubov Popova

Stillleben mit Gitarre Liubov Popova, 1914 – 1915

Traveling Woman, Liubov Popova

Traveling Woman Liubov Popova, 1915

Untitled, Liubov Popova

Untitled Liubov Popova, 1915

Untitled (Street Band), Marcel Janco

Untitled (Street Band) Marcel Janco, 1915

Fruit and a Jug on a Table, Jean Metzinger

Fruit and a Jug on a Table Jean Metzinger, 1916

New York, Albert Gleizes

New York Albert Gleizes, 1916

On a Sailboat, Albert Gleizes

On a Sailboat Albert Gleizes, 1916

Soldier with a pipe, Fernand Henri Léger

Soldier with a pipe Fernand Henri Léger, 1916

Spanish Dancer, Albert Gleizes

Spanish Dancer Albert Gleizes, 1916

Summer, Jean Metzinger

Summer Jean Metzinger, 1916

Lovers in Pink, Marc Chagall

Lovers in Pink Marc Chagall, 1916

Woman with a Fan, María Blanchard

Woman with a Fan María Blanchard, 1916

Ball in Zurich, Marcel Janco

Ball in Zurich Marcel Janco, 1917

Cubist Still Life, María Blanchard

Cubist Still Life María Blanchard, 1917

In Port, Albert Gleizes

In Port Albert Gleizes, 1917

Paysage des Bermudes, Albert Gleizes

Paysage des Bermudes Albert Gleizes, 1917

Still life with Green Lamp, María Blanchard

Still life with Green Lamp María Blanchard, 1916 – 1917

Woman Seated, María Blanchard

Woman Seated María Blanchard, 1917

Woman with Guitar, María Blanchard

Woman with Guitar María Blanchard, 1917

Cubist Composition, María Blanchard

Cubist Composition María Blanchard, 1918

Cubist Composition, María Blanchard

Cubist Composition María Blanchard, 1916 – 1919

Cubist Still Life, María Blanchard

Cubist Still Life María Blanchard, 1919

El Mecánico, Fernand Henri Léger

El Mecánico Fernand Henri Léger, 1920

Resurrection, Gaganendranath Tagore

Resurrection Gaganendranath Tagore, 1920

Untitled (Still Life), Marcel Janco

Untitled (Still Life) Marcel Janco, 1920

Woman and Child, Albert Gleizes

Woman and Child Albert Gleizes, 1921

Composition, Albert Gleizes

Composition Albert Gleizes, 1922

Mother and Child, Fernand Henri Léger

Mother and Child Fernand Henri Léger, 1922

Cubist Self-Portrait, Salvador Dalí

Cubist Self-Portrait Salvador Dalí, 1923

Decoration, Mainie Jellett

Decoration Mainie Jellett, 1923

Gypsy from Figueres, Salvador Dalí

Gypsy from Figueres Salvador Dalí, 1923

Still Life, Salvador Dalí

Still Life Salvador Dalí, 1923

Two Figures (Nudes on a red background), Fernand Henri Léger

Two Figures (Nudes on a red background) Fernand Henri Léger, 1923

Composition (Definitive State), Fernand Henri Léger

Composition (Definitive State) Fernand Henri Léger, 1925

By eliminating everything superfluous to the technical means of their craft the Cubists finally reached the common ground where a general, synthetic culture becomes possible.

Cubism and the General Culture Albert Gleizes, 1926

La Roulette, Jean Metzinger

La Roulette Jean Metzinger, 1926

Seated Woman, María Blanchard

Seated Woman María Blanchard, 1928

Still Life le Jour, Georges Braque

Still Life le Jour Georges Braque, 1929

The Crystal Vase, Georges Braque

The Crystal Vase Georges Braque, 1929

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Taking refuge in the square.

1913 – 1924

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