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    1) Pablo Picasso, 1927 2) Cubism 3) Paintings or artworks that consisted of broken up pieces to form a picture with the use of geometric shapes and also recreating parts of the it from different places 4) Pablo Picasso's Seated Woman shows cubism because of geometric shapes. The different parts of the woman are also broken up into pieces to make it abstract. The painting also had different planes (viewed from different perspectives).

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    Seated woman Pablo Picasso: 1927 Cubism Period: Neoclassicist & Surrealist Period

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