Picasso, Braque, Léger, and the Cubist spirit, 1919-1939.
Portland, Me. : Portland Museum of Art ; Seattle : Distributed by the University of Washington Press, 1996
|提及的人：||Pablo Picasso; Georges Braque; Fernand Léger|
Kenneth Wayne; Pablo Picasso; Georges Braque; Fernand Léger; Portland Museum of Art.
|注意：||Catalog of an exhibition held at the Portland Museum of Art, Maine, June 29-October 20, 1996.|
|描述：||64 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 28 cm.|
|内容：||Picasso's guiding spirit --
Late cubism(s) --
Cubism and modern French design --
Exhibition checklist --
Lenders to the exhibition.
|責任：||Kenneth Wayne, with an essay by Christopher Green.|
This volume presents art and design in France during the years between the two World Wars, in an effort to dispel the perception that Cubism was only a pre-World War I phenomenon. After the war, Cubist painting became more varied, colorful, and accessible, and began to affect other media such as furniture, fashion, cinema and architecture. What had begun as a rarefied pictorial style became a popular language. The first essay addresses Picasso's abundant and varied cubist painting. The second essay treats the art of three major Cubists -- Picasso, Braque, and Leger -- in the context of the various cubist idioms that developed. The third essay, also broad in scope, examines the significant relationship between Cubism and the decorative arts in France.