Cubism: A History and An Analysis, 1907-1944

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ILLUSTRATIONS

COLOUR PLATES
A Picasso, La Femme aux Poires, 1909. Oil, 36½″ × 24¼″. Collection Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel A. Marx, Chicago.
frontispiece
B Braque, Bottle, Glass and Pipe, 1913. Papier collé, 18⅞″ × 23⅛″. Collection
Lady Hulton, London.
facing page 108
C Gris, The Guitar, 1915. Oil, 40″ × 26″. Collection Mr. and Mrs. Jacques
Gelman, Mexico City.
132
D Léger, Contrastes des Formes, 1913. Oil, 51⅜″ × 38⅜″. Philadelphia Museum
of Art, Arensberg Collection.
178

MONOCHROMES
at the end of the book
PICASSO
Plates 1 to 22 are copyright by SPADEM, Paris
1 Les Demoiselles d'Avignon, 1907. Oil, 96″ × 92″. The Museum of
Modern Art, New York.
2A Nu à la Draperie, 19½07. Oil, 60¾″ × 40½″. Museum of Modern Western
Art, Moscow.
2B La Paysanne, 1908. Oil, 35½″ × 22⅛″. Museum of Modern Western Art,
Moscow.
3A Landscape, La Rue des Bois, 1908. Oil, 36½″ × 29¼″. Museum of Modern
Western Art, Moscow.
3B Le Compotier, 1908-9. Oil, 29¼″ × 24″. The Museum of Modern Art,
New York.
4A Nude Woman, 1908-9. Oil, 45¾″ × 35″. The Louise and Walter
Arensberg Collection, Philadelphia Museum of Art.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 5
  • Acknowledgements 6
  • Abbreviation 6
  • Illustrations 7
  • Introduction 15
  • Chapter I - The History and Chronology of Cubism 19
  • Chapter II - Picasso and Braque 1907-12 47
  • Chapter III - Picasso, Braque and Gris 1912-14 96
  • Chapter IV - The Influence of Cubism in France 1910-14 138
  • Conclusion 181
  • Bibliography 188
  • Index 201
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