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    Pablo Picasso (1881-1973), Still Life in front of a Window overlooking the Eglise St. Augustin (1919), oil on canvas. Via WikiArt.

    Fernand Léger (French, 1881-1955), La roue bleue, état définitif [The blue wheel, final state], 1920. Oil on canvas.

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    Marevna (Marie Vorobieff) (1892 – 1984), was a Russian-born Cubist painter. She is internationally known for convincingly combining elements of cubism (called by her "Dimensionalism") with pointillism and – through the use of the Golden Ratio for laying out paintings – structure. She tends to be accredited with having been the first female cubist painter. From her relationship with the Mexican cubist painter and later muralist Diego Rivera in Paris she had a daughter, Marika Rivera.