FRANCE AFTER WWI
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"Olga Seated in an Armchair"
"Three Women at the Spring"
Return to Order/Call to Order
- The return to order was a European art movement that followed the First World War, rejecting the extreme avant-garde art of the years up to 1918 and taking its inspiration from traditional art instead. The movement was a reaction to the War. Cubism was abandoned even by its creators, Braque and Picasso, and Futurism,
- which had praised machinery, violence and war, was rejected by most of
- its followers. The return to order was associated with a revival of classicism and realistic painting.
- 1921 (same year of Three Women at the Spring)
Synthetic cubism style, but it is actually just a painting, as he doesn't use collage, just the illusion of.
Jumpsuit with diamonds (the Harlequin- who he represents as himself) and his two closest friends- one entered the monastery and the other had recently passed away.
Return to Order can be argued as he is still using the cubist ideals but the ambiguity is no longer there.
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