Post-War Cubism in Paris, Part Four

Cubism After Cubism Part Two: Orphism Between the Wars At  4:35 a.m on a chill and cloudy day in July, on the 25th day of the year 1909, a daring French aviator Louis Blériot (1872-1936), took off in an airplane of his own making, rising above Calais on the coast and...

Post-War Cubism in Paris, Part Three

Cubism After Cubism Part One: Theories of Pre-War Orphism Before the Great War, there were camps occupying various terrains within the art movement called “Cubism.” The name, as is well-known, was a bon mot coming either from Henri Matisse or Louis...

Post-War Cubism in Paris, Part Two

  Cubism After Cubism Paris Coming to Order, Part Two There was a second life for Cubism after the Great War. This lingering phase, a further development of an important art style was carried on by the so-called “Salon Cubistes,” who, although they had been away at...
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