1908 - 1912

of 90 /90
Picasso and Braque Analytical Cubis 1908 - 1912

Author: duy

Post on 14-Jan-2016

51 views

Category:

Documents


2 download

Embed Size (px)

DESCRIPTION

Picasso and Braque Analytical Cubism. 1908 - 1912. To analyze means to break down something into its component parts. Purpose. to suggest new ways of understanding how we see the world—through the mind rather than the eye: conceptual rather than perceptual to question accepted reality - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

TRANSCRIPT

  • 1908 - 1912Picasso and BraqueAnalytical Cubism

  • To analyze means to break down something into its component parts.

  • Purposeto suggest new ways of understanding how we see the worldthrough the mind rather than the eye: conceptual rather than perceptualto question accepted realityto explore the world according to consciousness

  • Analytical Cubism: Characteristicsdeveloped a new way of depicting space which involved multiple and mixed perspectivesgave equal importance to the figure and ground because there was no such thing as one fixed point of view in naturewas trying to represent the flux of reality

  • Analytical Cubism: DescriptionObjects fractured into visual fragments were rearranged so that the viewer would not have to walk through space in allotted time in order to view them in sequence.Visual segments of the front, back, top, bottom, and sides of an object jump out and assault the viewers eye simultaneously.

  • Subject Matterlandscapeswomen with musical instrumentsstudio still lifes

  • Pablo Picasso photographed in his studio at 11 Boulevard de Clichy, 1911.

  • Pablo Picasso. Self-portrait (1907). Oil on canvas.Pablo Picasso. Self-portraitwith Palette (1906). Oil on canvas.

  • Pablo Picasso.Head of a Woman(1907). Oil on canvas.

  • Pablo Picasso.Nude with Raised Arms(summer-autumn 1907)Oil on canvas.

  • Pablo Picasso.Nude with Drapery (1907).Oil on canvas.

  • Example of bas-reliefPablo Picasso. Friendship (winter 1907-08). Oil on canvas.

    Example of bas-reliefshallow relief sculptureHenri Matisse. Back I (1909).Bronze.

  • Relief Illusion: Sculptural PaintingCubist paintings brought things closer to the viewer by creating a manual space.Cubist paintings represented layers of carved or etched surfaces on which the prominent aspects of objects, their peaks or saliences, jutted forward and jostled with each other.

  • Pablo Picasso. Three Figures under aTree (autumn 1907). Oil on canvas.Example of a bas-relief

  • Pablo Picasso. Three Women (autumn1907- late 1908).Oil on canvas.Michelangelo. Slaves (1509).Marble.

  • Pablo Picasso. Woman with a Fan (late spring 1908). Oil on canvas.Paul Czanne. MadameCzanne in a Yellow Chair (1888-90). Oil oncanvas.

  • Pablo Picasso. The Dryad (1908). Oil on canvas.Vesalius. 7th plate of the muscles from the 2nd book of De Humani Corporis Fabrica (1543).

  • Georges Braque1882 - 1963

  • Photograph of GeorgesBraque in his studio (early 1912).

  • Georges Braque. The Landscape of LEstaque (1906). Oil on canvas.

  • Georges Braque. Terrace of Hotel Mistral (autumn 1907).Oil on canvas.

  • Georges Braque. Viaduct at LEstaque (autumn1907). Oil on canvas.

  • Georges Braque.Viaduct at LEstaque(early 1908). Oil on canvas.

  • Georges Braque. Large Nude(spring 1908). Oil on canvas.

  • Georges Braque.Viaduct at LEstaque(summer 1908).Oil on canvas.

  • Pablo Picasso. Landscape(August 1908). Watercolorand gouache.

  • Georges Braque. Houses at LEstaque (August 1908). Oil on canvas.

    Houses at LEstaquephotographed by Daniel-Henri Kahhnweiler, 1909.

  • Georges Braque. House atLEstaque (August 1908).Oil on canvas.William James foldingvisiting card experiment(James, 1890, vol.1, p.225.

  • Pablo Picasso. Cottage and Trees(August 1908). Oil on canvas.William James foldingvisiting card experiment(James, 1890, vol. 1, p.225).

  • Paul Czanne. The Bibmus Quarry (ca.1895). Oil on canvas.Georges Braque. Trees atLEstaque (August 1908).Oil on canvas.

  • Georges Braque. Landscape(autumn 1908). Oil on canvas.Paul Czanne. Mont Sainte-Victoire as Seen from the Bibmus Quarry (1895). Oilon canvas.

  • Georges Braque. Harbor(autumn-winter 1908-09).Oil on canvas.

  • Georges Braque. Landscape with Houses(winter 1908-09).Oil on canvas.

  • Pablo Picasso. Still Life with Hat (Czannes Hat), winter 1908-09. Oil on canvas.

  • Pablo Picasso. Bread and Fruit Dishon a Table (winter1908-09). Oil on canvas.

  • Pablo Picasso. Carnival at the Bistro(winter 1908-09). Watercolor and pencil.

  • Pablo Picasso. Carnival atthe Bistro (winter 1908-09).Gouache.Pablo Picasso. Bread and FruitDish on a Table (winter 1908-09). Oil on canvas.

  • Georges BraqueGuitar and Fruit Dish(winter-spring 1909).Oil on canvas.

  • Pablo Picasso. Bather(winter-spring 1909). Oil on canvas.

  • Pablo Picasso. Woman with aMandolin (spring 1909).Oil on canvas.

  • Pablo Picasso. Landscape with Bridge (spring 1909).Oil on canvas.

  • Pablo Picasso.Woman with a Fan(spring 1909).Oil on canvas.

  • Georges Braque.Harbor in Normandy (May-June 1909).Oil on canvas.

  • Georges Braque. Chateau at La Roche-Guyon (summer 1909). Oil on canvas.

    The pictorial relief effecttries to render the instabilityof the cliff-hugging castlethat appears about to tumble down the side of thehill.

  • Pablo Picasso. Factory at Horta de Ebro(summer 1909). Oil on canvas.Postcard sent byPicasso andFernande fromBarcelona, May1909.

  • Pablo Picasso. Houses on the Hill, Horta de Ebro(summer 1909). Oil on canvas.Photo taken byPicasso of Hortade Ebro, 1909

  • Pablo Picasso. Mill at Horta (summer 1909). Watercolor.Photo of Horta taken byPicasso.

  • Pablo Picasso. Reservoir at Horta (summer 1909). Oilon canvas.Photo of Horta taken byPicasso

  • Pablo Picasso. Woman with a Vase of Flowers (spring 1909). Oil on canvas.

    Fernande Olivier

  • Pablo Picasso.Bust of a Woman(summer 1909). Oil on canvas.Fernande Olivier

  • Pablo Picasso. Seated Woman(summer 1909). Oil on canvas.Fernande Olivier

  • Pablo Picasso. Nude in anArmchair (summer 1909).Oil on canvas.Fernande Olivier

  • Pablo Picasso. Head of a Woman(Fernande Olivier),Autumn 1909. Bronze.

  • Paintings of Fernande in Picasssos studio at Horta, photographed by the artist.

  • Pablo Picasso. Still Life withLiqueur Bottle(summer 1909).Oil on canvas.

    Cubist painters rearranged a realistic picture into a flux resembling the pieces of a jigsaw puzzle.

  • Pablo Picasso. Le Bock (Pitcher of Beer),autumn 1909.Oil on canvas.

  • Pablo Picasso.Fan, Salt Box, and Melon (autumn 1909).Oil on canvas.

  • Georges Braque. Violin and Palette(autumn 1909). Oil on canvas.

  • Georges Braque. Still Life withMandola and Metronome (autumn1909). Oil on canvas.

  • Georges Braque. Mandola(winter 1909-10). Oil oncanvas.By chopping space andtime into little chips,cubism exaggerates theruffled appearances ofrealitys surface as wind does on the water, forcingus to think about what isbeyond, behind, and withinthe surface of the pool.

  • Georges Braque. Violin andPitcher (winter 1909-10).Oil on canvas.

  • Photo of Le Sacr-Coeur.Pablo Picasso. Le Sacr Coeur(winter 1910-10).Oil on canvas.

  • Photo of LeSacr-Coeur.George Braque. Le Sacr-Coeur (winter 1909).Oil on canvas.

  • Pablo Picasso. Woman with a Mandolin (spring 1910). Oil on canvas.Projections on a plane of views of the sixteen fundamental octahedrons

  • Pablo Picasso. Girl with a Mandolin (Fanny Tellier), spring 1910. Oil on canvas.Camille Corot. GypsyGirl with Mandolin (1874). Oil on canvas.

  • Georges Braque. Violinand Candlestick (spring1910). Oil on canvas.

  • Georges Braque. Female Figure(autumn 1910). Oil on canvas.

  • Wilhelm Uhde (photo).Pablo Picasso. Portrait of Wilhelm Uhde (spring-autumn 1910).Oil on canvas.

  • Pablo Picasso. Portrait of Ambroise Vollard (spring-Autumn 1910). Oil on canvas.Ambroise Vollard(photo).Paul Czanne. Portrait ofAmbroise Vollard (1899).

  • Influences

  • The Fourth DimensionOne dimensionalTwo dimensionalThree dimensionalFourth dimensional

  • William Morton. X-ray photoFirst whole body x-ray of a living personSkeleton, heart, liver, rings, necklace,bracelet, hatpin, buttonboots with nailed on heels, and a whalebone corset are all visible.The X-ray

  • The Gridevoked ideas of the visible layers of the bodymeans of holding the composition togetherGrid used as an aid to anatomical drawings

  • Mapping the World

  • Mapping the World

  • The Pop-up book

  • Pablo Picasso. Portrait ofDaniel-Henry Kahnweiler(autumn-winter 1910). Oilon canvas.Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler(photo).

  • Pablo Picasso. Buffalo Bill(spring 1911). Oil on canvas.Projections on a plane of sixteen fundamentaloctahedrons

  • Georges Braque. Girl with aCross (spring 1911). Oil oncanvas.Projections on a plane of views of the sixteen fundamental octahedrons

  • Cracking the CodeCatching the Ethereal: The World Slipping Away from the Images

  • Pablo Picasso. The Accordionist(summer 1911). Oil on canvas.

  • A Clue to Picassos Cubist AbstractionsThe figure from which he startedA drawing in which a light, realistic sketch of a seated man underlies the dark, cubistic outline.

  • Pablo Picasso. The Accordionist(summer 1911). Oil on canvas.

  • Pablo Picasso. The Poet(August 1911). Oil on canvas.

  • Pablo Picasso. Ma Jolie(Woman with a Zither or Guitar), winter 1911-12. Oil on canvas.Eva Gouel (MarcelleHumbert), photo.

  • Pablo Picasso. Ma Jolie(Woman with a Zither or Guitar), winter 1911-12. Oil on canvas.

  • Georges Braque. Le Portugais(The Emigrant), autumn 1911-Early 1912). Oil on canvas.Nothing is agreed upon aboutthis painting. Is it a Portuguesesailor on a boat or an Italiansinger performing at a bar?

  • Georges Braque. Still Lifewith a Violin (late 1911).Oil on canvas.

  • Georges Braque. Homage to J.S. Bach (summer1911). Oil on canvas.

  • Pablo Picasso. Still Life on a Piano (summer 1911).Oil on canvas.