100 Years of Collage, part 1: 1912-1917.

One Hundred Years of Collage, part one: 1912-2012. Starting with Picasso and Braque and the first explosion of collage out of cubism.


100 Years of Collage, part 1: 1912-1917.

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Georges Braque: Music 1914

Fine Art Giclee Canvas Prints

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MoMA | Inventing Abstraction | Sonia Delaunay-Terk | Front and back cover of Dieudonné Tête (Head given by God) by Pierre Jaudon. 1912–13

MoMA | Inventing Abstraction

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MoMA | Inventing Abstraction | Sonia Delaunay-Terk | Binding for the book Les Pâques (Easter) by Blaise Cendrars. 1913

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George Braque, Glass, Carafe and Newspapers, c. 1914.

Glass, Carafe and Newspapers sold by Galerías Louis C. Morton, Mexico, on Thursday, August 24, 2006

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Adolf Hoffmeister, Still life with card, 1921, charcoal, collage, paper.

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Enrico Prampolini, Ritmi spaziali, 1913.

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Gino Seveini, Still Life: Bottle, Vase and Newspaper on a Table, 1914.

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Juan Gris, Bottle of Banyuls, 1914.

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Juan Gris, Breakfast, 1914 (cut and pasted papers, crayon, and oil on canvas, 31 7/8 x 23 1/2 inches; Museum of Modern Art, NYC). Clement Greenberg wrote that this collage succeeds better than Gris' more "decorative" collages, because it obviously depicts a still life: "with one's eyes focused primaraly on the flat surface pattern, one finds the picture disorganized and congested, but when one shifts focus and views it as a conventional picture, it springs instantly into perfection."

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Kasimir Malevich, Composition with 'Mona Lisa', 1914. (Oil, pencil and collage on canvas, 24 1/2 x 19 1/2 inches, State Russian Museum, Petrograd.)

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Kazimir Malevich, Lady at the Advertising Column, 1914. (Oil and collage on canvas, 28 x 25 inches, Stedelijk Museum, A'dam).

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Pablo PIcasso, Guitar and Sheet Music, 1912. (Cut and pasted papers, pastel, and charcoal on paper, 22 1/2 x 24 inches. Pictured framed in private collection. Click for further detail).

Picasso Guitars 1912-1914

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Picasso, Violin, fall 1912. (Note how the pasted newspaper fragment in the background is the reversed leftover of the newspaper piece denoting the body of the violin.)

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Picasso. collage of still life with violin (upside down version of Head, 1913, see below).

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Pablo Picasso, Guitar and Bottle of Bass, 1914.

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Gino Severini, still life with literary review "Nord-Sud", 1917.

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Carlo Carra, Pursuit, 1915. collage with charcoal and tempera.

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Pablo Picasso, Verre et bouteille de Suze (glass and bottle of Suze), 1912. Collage with charcoal and gouache, 64 x 50 cm. (Along with the label and strips of wallpaper from his studio, are newspaper reports of the Balkan war, and an account of an anarchist/socialist anti-war demonstration. Picasso said later it was "my way of showing I was against the war.")

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Juan Gris. Bouteille de rhum et journal (Bottle of Rum and Newspaper), June 1914. Paper collage, gouache, conté crayon, and pencil on newspaper, mounted on canvas, 21 5/8 x 18 1/4 inches.

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Jean (Hans) Arp, Untitled (Collage with Squares Arranged according to the Laws of Chance), 1916-17.

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Hans (Jean) Arp, Geometric Collage, 1916.

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Olga Rozanova, Battle of the Futurist and the Ocean, 1916.

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Picasso - Mandoline et clarinette (1913)

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Pablo Picasso - Photograph of Guitar Construction, 1913

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Au Bon Marche', 1913 Collage and Oil on Cardboard Style: Synthetic Cubism Period: Cubist Period

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