Cubism. A History and an Analysis, 1907-1914 by John Golding

By John Golding

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Although he did not begin painting seriously until 1911, Gris had thus been in a position to watch at first hand the and development of Picasso's Cubism. Within an amaz- birth ingly short time he developed into a highly accomplished and individual painter. As he was a very was the intellectual artist, he ideal figure to take over Metzinger the task of transmitting the principles of Cubism and since he joined the group greater definition, his moment when at a influence and the from to the other painters; movement was striving for importance cannot be overestimated.

Shows a figure A object, but any feature related to in a series of successive attitudes, indicates that Simultaneity for the Futurists also the term had much more purely The for Leger it Delaunay and Leger the plastic connotations. For interaction of colours which produced a sense of form whereas had simpler meaning of the combination of different aspects of objects or people in motion into a single painting. For pictorial it, painting by Carra entitled Simultaneitd, which meant the simultaneous presence Delaunay and space it was the in a picture, in a painting of the three elements of line, form and colour, all used in a system of deliberate contrasts.

Issue of April-June 1914. ' author named Henri Martin, 'Manifeste sur who wrote under the name An of Barzun, published a simultanisme poetique', 1 and disputed with Apollinaire the le invention of what he called literary Simultaneism. Apollinaire felt that he had achieved simultaneity in his poemes conversations, where 'the poet at the centre of life records somehow the lyricism around him'. 2 Later in the same article 'Simultanisme-Librettisme' in which he expounded these views, Apollinaire, using Picasso's work as an example, extended the idea of Simultaneity to cover the combination of various view-points of objects in a single image.

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