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Bright Paintings | ... Flute Player - by Lindi Levison from Contemporary Cubism Art Gallery

Bright Paintings | ... Flute Player - by Lindi Levison from Contemporary Cubism Art Gallery

cubist alphabet, typography, museum of czech cubism, house of the black madonna, prague by kejhu, via Flickr

cubist alphabet, typography, museum of czech cubism, house of the black madonna, prague by kejhu, via Flickr

Credit: Christie's Roy Lichtenstein, Woman with Flowered Hat, magna on canvas, painted in 1963. Sold at $56.1m (£37m) Christie's top 10 lots – in pictures

Credit: Christie's Roy Lichtenstein, Woman with Flowered Hat, magna on canvas, painted in 1963. Sold at $56.1m (£37m) Christie's top 10 lots – in pictures

Cubism___Typography_Poster_by_lustxxtoxxdust.jpg (719×1111)

Cubism___Typography_Poster_by_lustxxtoxxdust.jpg (719×1111)

Splish Splash Splatter: 6th Grade  abstract lettering a la Robert Curry see student work

Splish Splash Splatter: 6th Grade abstract lettering a la Robert Curry see student work

3D Cubism Poster by Kareem Taftaf, via Behance

3D Cubism Poster by Kareem Taftaf, via Behance

Oints de Jésus à Béthanie  Belle impression Original Musée qualité Open Edition / affiche par International américain artiste Anthony Falbo  Dimensions

Oints de Jésus à Béthanie Belle impression Original Musée qualité Open Edition / affiche par International américain artiste Anthony Falbo Dimensions

Juan Gris, Breakfast, 1914 (cut and pasted papers, crayon, and oil on canvas, 31 7/8 x 23 1/2 inches; Museum of Modern Art, NYC). Clement Greenberg wrote that this collage succeeds better than Gris' more "decorative" collages, because it obviously depicts a still life: "with one's eyes focused primaraly on the flat surface pattern, one finds the picture disorganized and congested, but when one shifts focus and views it as a conventional picture, it springs instantly into perfection."

Juan Gris, Breakfast, 1914 (cut and pasted papers, crayon, and oil on canvas, 31 7/8 x 23 1/2 inches; Museum of Modern Art, NYC). Clement Greenberg wrote that this collage succeeds better than Gris' more "decorative" collages, because it obviously depicts a still life: "with one's eyes focused primaraly on the flat surface pattern, one finds the picture disorganized and congested, but when one shifts focus and views it as a conventional picture, it springs instantly into perfection."

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