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Georges Braque once said that he and Pablo Picasso were “roped together like mountain climbers” during the formative years of Cubism—1910 through 1912. Picasso and Braque scaled the mountain of Western art tradition and then turned ...

Grand Palais in Paris opens ambitious retrospective of Georges Braque's work

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Georges Braque (1882-1963) is one of the twentieth century's major artists. He was a painter, engraver and sculptor, but first, as the founder of cubism and the inventor of pasted papers, one of the leading figures in the avant-gard...

Are Our Minds Wired to Enjoy Cubism?

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When Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque first brought Cubism onto the modern art scene in the first decade of the 20 th century, the initial reviews were mixed. Like-minded artists and art lovers embraced Cubism as a startling new way...

learnarthistory: Over the town by Marc Chagall (1918) #cubism...

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learnarthistory: Over the town by Marc Chagall (1918) #cubism #art https://t.co/l4yfrx5Nm8

Georges Braque and the Cubist Still Life, 1928-1945 opens at the Kemper Art Museum

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ST. LOUIS, MO.- In the early 20th century, Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso invented Cubism and shook the foundations of Western art. But in the 1930s, as the rise of fascism brought new urgency to questions of aesthetics and politi...

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