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Cooper, Douglas, Gary Tinterow, The essential cubism. Braque, Picasso & their friends. 1907-1920. London 1983.
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Cooper, Douglas, Gary Tinterow,
The essential cubism. Braque, Picasso & their friends. 1907-1920. London: Tate Gallery, 1983. 448 Seiten mit Abbildungen und Literaturverzeichnis. Broschur. 232 x 186 mm.
* Ausstellung: The Tate Gallery London, 27. 04.-10. 07. 1983. - Gebräunt, Raucherbibliothek.
Bestell-Nr.158484 | ISBN: 0-905005-24-4
Cooper Tinterow | Kunstausstellung | Ausstellungskatalog | Kunstgeschichte | Kubismus | Cubism

'The Essential Cubism' brings together the most important group of strictly Cubist paintings, sculptures, drawings and prints ever to have been assembled since the Kahnweiler Sales in the early 1920s. Concentrating on the four painters and two sculptors who created and enriched the new pictorial language of Cubism — Braque, Picasso, Gris, Leger, Laurens and Lipchitz — the exhibition and this book seek to define Cubism's true nature, chart its development, and demonstrate its remarkable range of expressiveness and invention. Nearly 25o works are fully documented in the catalogue, with large reproductions (92 in colour), discursive commentaries, and detailed notes on the provenance of each object. The mass of newly available information provided in these notes, amplified by a fascinating essay on 'The Early Purchasers of Cubist Art', brings to light for the first time the story of the collecting and patronage of Cubism. The exhibition was organised and the catalogue written by Douglas Cooper, a noted authority and author of many monographs on the Cubist painters, and the American art historian, Gary Tinterow.


Braque, Georges
Gris, Juan
Kubismus. Allgemein
Laurens, Henri
Léger, Fernand
Lipchitz, Jacques
Picasso, Pablo
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