Art Style of Cubism

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The height of the Cubism art movement began in 1904 and ended in about 1919, lasting around 15 years. Two notable artists in this period were Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque. The first branch of cubism, Analytic Cubism, was in France during 1907 to 1911.

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Art Style of CubismCubism The height of the Cubism art movement began in 1904 and ended in about 1919, lasting around 15 years. Two notable artists in this period were Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque. The first branch of cubism, Analytic Cubism, was in France during 1907 to 1911. Its second phase, Synthetic Cubism, it spread out and was vital until around 1919. Cubism depicted nature with the flowing freedom of line and a repetitive order of structure. The cubist's ideals were not to translate objects naturally but to emotionally manipulate the subject matter; elements are changed for matters of artistic beauty and taste rather than reality. Cubism broke the consistence of modern art by, producing something shockingly different. The freedom which was created meant that new and expressed movements could be taken seriously.Analytic Cubism is analysed natural forms and reduced f

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