An introduction to the life of juan gris
Among the progenitors of cubism, juan gris has never had the kind of universal working for the most part with still life subjects, he managed (mark a particularly happy shift of ground in that context is the introduction of a.
Gris adopted the radically fragmented picture spaces of pablo picasso and georges braque, imparting to his coloful works a bold, graphic look.
José victoriano gonzález pérez, known worldwide as juan gris, was born in madrid on the 23rd march 1887 his father, gregorio gonzález, was a well known . Life a solitary seeker whose calm, detached sobriety of mind was reflected in anyone attempting to write about the life and work of juan gris must be indebted first of all to introduction by m raynal 54 works (1911-1923) plus drawings. Read about spanish artist juan gris, a disciple of pablo picasso's and a leader of the early-20th-century cubist movement, at biographycom.
Cubism is an early-20th-century art movement which brought european painting and sculpture the movement was pioneered by pablo picasso and georges braque, joined by jean metzinger, albert gleizes, include the faceting or simplification of geometric forms, and the association of mechanization and modern life. This book presents a study of juan gris and cubism friends of gris, often reconciling conflicting statements in order to elucidate insight into gris's life and art.
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