Cubists

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History - Early Cubism
... There was a distinct difference between Kahnweiler’s Cubists and the Salon Cubists ... In contrast, the Salon Cubists built their reputation primarily by exhibiting regularly at the Salon d'Automne and the Salon des Indépendants, both major non-academic Salons in Paris ... Amongst the Cubist works presented, Robert Delaunay exhibited his Eiffel Tower, Tour Eiffel (Solomon R ...
Section D'Or - History
... The 1912 Salon de la Section d'Or was arguably the most important pre-World War I Cubist exhibition ... In the previous year the Cubists and a large number of their associates had exhibited at the Galerie de l'Art Contemporain (rue Tronchet, Paris) under the auspices of the Société Normande de ... d'Or, however, was generally accepted as being entirely Cubist in nature ...
Jean Metzinger - Theory - Scientific Aspects
... There was, after all, little to prevent the Cubists from developing their own pictorial variants on the topological space in parallel to (or independently of) relativistic considerations ... dimension with three spatial dimensions—and the Cubist idea of mobile perspective (observing the subject from several view-points simultaneously) published by Jean Metzinger ... the work of Picasso and Braque (or other Cubists') is certainly debatable ...
Cubism - History - Intentions and Interpretations
... attitudes and intentions of the Salon Cubists produced different kinds of Cubism, rather than a derivative of their work ... in any case," wrote Christopher Green, "to what extent these other Cubists depended on Picasso and Braque for their development of such techniques as faceting, 'passage' and multiple ... The Salon Cubists used the faceted treatment of solid and space and effects of multiple viewpoints to convey a physical and psychological sense of the fluidity of consciousness ...
Cubism - History - Conception and Origins
... Pablo Picasso's 1907 painting Les Demoiselles d'Avignon has often been considered a proto-Cubist work ... Reservoir at Horta de Ebroas, as the first Cubist paintings ... The first organized group exhibition by Cubists took place at the Salon des Indépendants in Paris during the spring of 1911 in a room called ‘Salle 41’ it included works by Jean Metzinger ...