Picasso: African Art Influence

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Janet F

 

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February 4, 2013

 

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Through their ability to look past the material views of an object the artists were able to display ideas that did not depend on actual worldly truth. At the beginning of this phase it was merely an experiment in color and lines, but later on there would be a complete change in the form. Cubism analyzes a subject in basic geometry and elementary signs...
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Cubism analyzes a subject in basic geometry and elementary signs. Many of these early paintings and sculptures were of stationary objects like tabletops, bottles, and musical instruments. The second phase also known as Hermetic Cubism is where there is CT2 an absence of the representation of objects...
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