C254-19 Kalpa Wall Calendar 2019 Cubism Calendars 45 x52 cm | Calendar 2019
Cubism was an avant-garde artistic movement that embodies art in a revolutionary manner. The principle of cubism lies in its spatial conception of the work, which does not depict the subject only from one angle, but from many angles at the same time. The displayed object was deconstructed to the simplest geometrical shapes (primarily cubes – cubus in Latin), which were then reformed into a picture using imagination and, therefore, the depicted objects seem to be deformed and are shown from several perspectives at the same time.
Cubism had a big impact on artists of the early decades of the 20th century and thus influenced the development of new artistic styles (futurism, constructivism and expressionism).
01: Umberto Boccioni, 1882–1916, Simultaneous Visions
02: Renato Guttuso, 1912–1987, The Triumph of War
03: SergejMikhailiovRomanowitsch, 1894–1968, Still life with pears
04: Robert Delaunay, 1885–1941, The Three Graces
05: Georges Braque, 1882–1963, Mandoline a la sonate
06: Juan Gris, 1887–1927, Cup, Glasses and Bottle
07: Lyonel Feininger, 1871–1956, The Lady in Mauve
08: KasimirMalewitsch, 1878–1935, Morning in the Village after Snowstorm
09: Marc Chagall, 1887–1985, The Promenade
10: Pablo Picasso, 1881–1973, Les Demoiselles d'Avignon
11: Gino Severini, 1883–1966, Train in a Landscape
12: Franz Marc, 1880–1916, Horses and Eagle