Cubism (Colour Library)

Cubism (Colour Library)

by PabloPicasso (Illustrator), PhilipCooper (Author), StuartDavis (Illustrator)

Synopsis

Cubism was one of the most influential movement in Western art this century. Beginning with the revolutionary experiments of Picasso and Braque in Paris between 1906 and 1908, cubism gathered momentum and soon spread to the rest of Europe and America. The movement's rejection of illusionistic representation in favour of an autonomous pictorial language opened the way to abstraction. The Cubists also invented papier colle and collage and pioneered a new approach to sculpture, innovations that are still being explored today. This book presents a wide cross-section of all these developments, and its 48 full-page colour plates, commentaries and black-and-white illustrations of comparative works provide a perfect introduction to Cubism.

















































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Format: Paperback
Pages: 128
Edition: 1st
Publisher: Phaidon Press Ltd
Published: Sep 1994

ISBN 10: 0714832502
ISBN 13: 9780714832500

Media Reviews
On the Colour Library Series Ideal introductions for students and museum-goers. -Independent Phaidon's excellent Colour Library series: [...] a good introduction to nearly 50 key artists and movements in art history. -Antiques Trade Gazette The Phaidon Colour Library Series provides an invaluable introduction to key artists and movements in art history. -Art & Craft
Author Bio

Philip Cooper is an art historian with a special interest in European art of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. He has co-authored Impressionism (1994) in the Colour Library series.