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Cubism is a direction in art created at the beginning of the 20th century in France, whose creators are considered Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque. The basic feature and main idea of the trend is geometrization, which is reflected in its name (from Latin "cubus" or "cube"). Cubist paintings are completely rejected by the artistic achievements of previous generations of artists. The artists' goal was to understand and not to reflect reality. Using geometrization, deconstruction, deformation and collage technique, and eliminating perspective, cubists tried to shock and excite the recipients. In the pre-cubist phase, i.e. the early period of Cubism, the artists drew on African and Iberian art. During the next period - analytical cubism, delicate, heterogeneous compositions dominated in various shades of gray and brown, whose purpose was to influence the intellect and mind as well as the imagination of the recipient. The next phases were successively hermetic cubism - drawing heavily on abstractionism, as well as synthetic cubism with vivid colors, with a much smaller scale of deformation of figures and objects, with characteristic newspaper fragments stuck to the works. Currently, the art of this trend enjoys considerable interest among the recipients and the cubist paintings offered for sale by the greatest masters can achieve dizzying prices. The Touch of Art Gallery has in its range excellent works of Polish and foreign cubists. We encourage you to review our offer.
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