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Juan Gris, Paesaggio con case a Ceret - Landscape with Houses at Ceret, 1913

Head of a Woman - Georges Braque

Pablo Picasso - Harlequin

Harlequin - Pablo Picasso

George Braque Georges Braque[p] was a major 20th-century French painter and sculptor who, along with Pablo Picasso, developed the art style known as Cubism. Wikipedia Born: May 13, 1882, Argenteuil Died: August 31, 1963, Paris Education: École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts Artwork: Violin and Candlestick, Woman with a Guitar, Man with a Guitar, Studio V, More

Juan Gris - Still Life with Flowers

Maya with boat - Pablo Picasso

Wassily Kandinsky - Swinging 1925. A great classic piece of artwork that inspires me to explore different uses of shapes & colour.

Alexander Archipenko

'Woman with a Fan II' (1915) by Olexandr Archipenko

Alexander Archipenko - Standing Woman

Cubism and its Antagonists.WetCanvas Upper left: Jacques Lipchitz, 1915, Head Upper right: Alexander Archipenko, 1913, Head: Construction with crossing planes Lower left: Joseph Csaky, 1914, Head Lower right: Henri Laurens, 1920, Head of a young girl

Zittende man met gitaar Seated man with a guitar 1921 Jacques Lipchitz (1891 - 1973) plaster, paint, varnish

Jacques Lipchitz (1891-1973) stone sculpture, "Pierrot," 1919.

Jacques Lipchitz - Man with a Guitar, 1915. Lipchitz’s first purely Cubist sculptures were executed in 1915–16; they represent the most abstract phase of his development. (See more of Lipchitz's work in my Early Modern Sculpture board.)

Jacques Lipchitz (lithuanian-American) Figure, 1926-30 (cast 1937), MoMA. Like Picasso, Lipchitz was influenced by the art of Africa.

Jacques Lipchitz, Arlequin à la Clarinette, 1919

lipchitz - seated figure