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Cubism

Author: Edward F Fry
Publisher: New York, McGraw-Hill [1966]
Series: McGraw-Hill paperbacks.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The history of cubism -- Cubism as a stylistic and historical phenomenon -- The moral philosophy of lines / Mécislas Goldberg -- Matisse / Guillaume Apollinaire -- Georges Braque / Guillaume Apollinaire -- Braque at the Galerie Kahnweiler / Louis Vauxcelles -- Braque / Charles Morice -- Personal Statement / Georges Braque -- Picasso / Gertrude Stein -- Picasso / Léon Werth -- Note on painting / Jean Mertzinger --  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Edward F Fry
OCLC Number: 295043
Description: 200 pages illustrations, facsimiles, plates (some color), portraits 21 cm.
Contents: The history of cubism --
Cubism as a stylistic and historical phenomenon --
The moral philosophy of lines / Mécislas Goldberg --
Matisse / Guillaume Apollinaire --
Georges Braque / Guillaume Apollinaire --
Braque at the Galerie Kahnweiler / Louis Vauxcelles --
Braque / Charles Morice --
Personal Statement / Georges Braque --
Picasso / Gertrude Stein --
Picasso / Léon Werth --
Note on painting / Jean Mertzinger --
At the Paris Salon d'Automne / Roger Allard --
On certain painters / Roger Allard --
The Salon des Indépendants / Michel Puy --
Cubism and tradition / Jean Metzinger --
Pablo Picasso / André Salmon --
The signs of renewal in painting / Roger Allard --
The tendancy of contemporary painting / Olivier-Hourcade --
Present tendancies in painting / Jacques Rivière --
Anecdotal history of cubism / André Salmon --
Preface to a catalogue / Maurice Raynal --
Cenception and vision / Maurice Raynal --
The Section d'Or Exhibition / Maurice Raynal --
The beginnings of cubism / Guillaume Apollinaire --
Cubism / Albert Gleizes and Jean Metzinger --
Modern painting / Guillaume Apollinaire --
The cubist painters / Guillaume Apollinaire --
On 'cubism' and painting / Charles Lacoste --
The origins of painting and its representational value / Fernand Léger --
Opinion / Albert Gleizes --
What is cubism? / Maurice Raynal --
Some notes on simultaneity in painting / Felix Mac Delmarle --
Introduction to an exhibition in Prague / Alexandre Mercereau --
Contemporary achievements in painting / Fernand Léger --
Anecdote / Andre Salmon --
Negro sculpture / Carl Einstein --
On cubism / Pierre Reverdy --
Thoughts on painting / Georges Braque --
Some advantages of being alone / Pierre Reverdy --
Tradition and cubism / Léonce Rosenberg --
Some intentions of cubism / Maurice Raynal --
Why is the 'cube' disintegrating? / Blaise Cendrars --
The way of cubism / Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler --
Foreward to an exhibition held by Der Sturm, Berlin / Waldemar George --
Personal statement / Juan Gris --
Picasso / Jean Cocteau --
Statement to Marius de Zayas / Pablo Picasso --
Reply to a questionnaire / Juan Gris --
Towards the crystal / Amédée Ozenfant and Charles-Edouard Jeanneret --
Two salons in 1911 / Albert Gleizes.
Series Title: McGraw-Hill paperbacks.
Responsibility: [by] Edward F. Fry.

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The history of cubism -- Cubism as a stylistic and historical phenomenon -- The moral philosophy of lines / Mécislas Goldberg -- Matisse / Guillaume Apollinaire -- Georges Braque / Guillaume Apollinaire -- Braque at the Galerie Kahnweiler / Louis Vauxcelles -- Braque / Charles Morice -- Personal Statement / Georges Braque -- Picasso / Gertrude Stein -- Picasso / Léon Werth -- Note on painting / Jean Mertzinger -- At the Paris Salon d'Automne / Roger Allard -- On certain painters / Roger Allard -- The Salon des Indépendants / Michel Puy -- Cubism and tradition / Jean Metzinger -- Pablo Picasso / André Salmon -- The signs of renewal in painting / Roger Allard -- The tendancy of contemporary painting / Olivier-Hourcade -- Present tendancies in painting / Jacques Rivière -- Anecdotal history of cubism / André Salmon -- Preface to a catalogue / Maurice Raynal -- Cenception and vision / Maurice Raynal -- The Section d'Or Exhibition / Maurice Raynal -- The beginnings of cubism / Guillaume Apollinaire -- Cubism / Albert Gleizes and Jean Metzinger -- Modern painting / Guillaume Apollinaire -- The cubist painters / Guillaume Apollinaire -- On 'cubism' and painting / Charles Lacoste -- The origins of painting and its representational value / Fernand Léger -- Opinion / Albert Gleizes -- What is cubism? / Maurice Raynal -- Some notes on simultaneity in painting / Felix Mac Delmarle -- Introduction to an exhibition in Prague / Alexandre Mercereau -- Contemporary achievements in painting / Fernand Léger -- Anecdote / Andre Salmon -- Negro sculpture / Carl Einstein -- On cubism / Pierre Reverdy -- Thoughts on painting / Georges Braque -- Some advantages of being alone / Pierre Reverdy -- Tradition and cubism / Léonce Rosenberg -- Some intentions of cubism / Maurice Raynal -- Why is the 'cube' disintegrating? / Blaise Cendrars -- The way of cubism / Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler -- Foreward to an exhibition held by Der Sturm, Berlin / Waldemar George -- Personal statement / Juan Gris -- Picasso / Jean Cocteau -- Statement to Marius de Zayas / Pablo Picasso -- Reply to a questionnaire / Juan Gris -- Towards the crystal / Amédée Ozenfant and Charles-Edouard Jeanneret -- Two salons in 1911 / Albert Gleizes.

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