The first phase of cubism, developed by Picasso and Braque, in which the artists analyzed form from every possible vantage point to combine the various views into one pictoral whole
Still Life with Chair Caning
A later phase of cubism, in ehich paintings a drawings were costructed from objects and shapes cut from paper or other materials to represent parts of a subject in order to engage the viewers with pictoral issues such as figuration, realism, and abstraction
Bottle, Newspaper, Pipe and Glass
A composition made by cmbining on a flat surface various materials such as newspapers, wallpaper, illustration, photographs, pieces of cloth, etc.
Unique Forms of Continuity in Space
an international art show held in a New York City armory in 1913: considered a landmark in the public and critical acceptance of modern art