Analytical Cubism

Still Life with Guitar (1912 – 1913) by Juan Gris

The artwork “Still Life with Guitar” by Juan Gris, created between 1912 and 1913, reflects the aesthetic principles of Analytical Cubism. This piece is categorized within the still life genre. Currently, the artwork is held within a private collection. The significance of this work lies in its embodiment of the innovative techniques that characterize the …

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Man with a Violin - Braque, Georges - 1912 - 2

Man with a Violin (1912) by Georges Braque

Georges Braque, a French painter, collagist, draftsman, printmaker and sculptor alongside Pablo Picasso was one of the pioneers of Cubism. His early cubist explorations led him to create “Man with a Violin,” an analytical cubism painting in 1912. The painting features fragmented forms that depict a man holding a violin alongside musical notation. The painting …

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Houses on the Hill, Horta de Ebro - PICASSO, Pablo - 1909 - 2

Houses on the Hill, Horta de Ebro (1909) by Pablo Picasso

The artwork titled “Houses on the Hill, Horta de Ebro” is a significant piece by the renowned artist Pablo Picasso, created in 1909. It is an oil on canvas medium that exhibits characteristics of the Analytical Cubism movement. The dimensions of the artwork measure 81 by 65 centimeters. As a landscape genre, it portrays a …

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The Scallop Shell Notre Avenir est dans l'air

The Scallop Shell Notre Avenir est dans l’air. (1912) by Pablo Picasso

The artwork titled “The Scallop Shell Notre Avenir est dans l’air” is an oil on canvas painting by the renowned artist Pablo Picasso dated to 1912. This oval-shaped work measures 15 x 21 3/4 inches (38 x 55.5 cm) and is presently housed in a private collection. Created in Paris, France, it belongs to the …

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Le Portugais (The Emigrant) - Braque, Georges - 1911 - 2

Le Portugais (The Emigrant) (1911) by Georges Braque

“Le Portugais (The Emigrant)” is an artwork by Georges Braque, dated to 1911. This oil on canvas painting belongs to the Analytical Cubism movement, portraying its subject matter in a fragmented, geometric style typical of this period. Measuring 116.8 by 81 cm, the portrait genre painting is currently housed in the Kunstmuseum Basel in Basel, …

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Still Life with a Violin - Braque, Georges - 1912 - 2

Still Life with a Violin (1912) by Georges Braque

The artwork titled “Still Life with a Violin” by Georges Braque is a seminal piece dating back to 1911. This oil on canvas exemplifies the Analytical Cubist style, exploring form and perspective through fragmentation and abstraction. Measuring 130 by 89 centimeters, the painting aptly represents the still life genre. Its creation took place in France, …

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