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Week 9 Notes

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Week 9 Notes Art His 23

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Notes from week 9 of lecture
Dr. George Baker
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Sarah Doberneck on Monday March 14, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to Art His 23 at University of California - Los Angeles taught by Dr. George Baker in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 22 views. For similar materials see Modernism in Art History at University of California - Los Angeles.

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Date Created: 03/14/16
Week 9  Picassos Demoiselles begins to make us thing and take formal explanations and themes outside of the canvas  No more self-critical, now confronts the world Georges Braque, L’Estaque, 1906 & Viaduct at.., 1907  Gravitated toward Matisse  Excessive hues and color  Back to where Cézanne was before, thinking about “The father of us all”  Cezanne’s legacy pushed artists  Severed him of phobism Braque, Large Nude, 1908  Questions the mimetic relationship  Turned head-like squatting figure  Horizontal figure rotated into the vertical  Crisis picture, kept private Braque, Houses at L’Estaque, 1908 & The New Castle at La Roche-Guyon, 1909  The geometry of squares of squares and cubes  A critic named this as cubism  This would mean the painter wanted to idealize form and shape and return to the geometry of classicism  Very little color; attending to the way in which space can be utilized  Color isn’t as important  Light and shadow are used more Braque, Violin and Palette, 1909 & Violin and Pitcher, 1910  Cubism  Our ability to see in these paintings is severely undermined  We see paintings but can’t see figures or objects  Ability to feel Braque, The Emigrant, 1911 & Picasso, Ma Jolie, 1911  Very similar paintings  Proclaim to be pictorial spaces that are broken down  Picasso is turning to mass culture, music, and language  All things outside of painting Picasso, Birdman’s Meal, 1903  Tactile and optical are engaged within modernism  Ruptured later  Blue period works


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