The rise of cubism; translator by Henry Aronson.


New York, Wittenborn, Schultz [1949] .

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Subjects Cubism.
Pintura (Seculo 20)
Series Documents of modern art ; 9.
Description xi, 35 pages illustrations 26 cm.
Copyright Date [1949]
Notes "Writings of Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler, compiled by Bernard Karpel": pages ix-xi.
Also issued online.
Contents Preliminary notice/Robert Motherwell -- The rise of Cubism : The essence of the new painting: lyricism of form. The conflict between representation and structure -- The forerunners: Cezanne and Derain -- Cubism, the first stage: the problem of form, Picasso and Braque -- Cubism, the second stage: the piercing of the closed form. The problem of color. Categories of vision. Picasso and Braque working together -- The picture as a productive end in itself. Leger -- New possibilities: representation of movement.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)996931
(OCoLC)ocm00996931
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WorldCat Identities Kahnweiler, Daniel Henry, 1884-1979.
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