Cubism

Mind Map of Cubism and the Cubist Movement

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Cubism by Mind Map: Cubism

1. Influencers

1.1. Pablo Picasso

1.2. Georges Braque

1.3. Juan Gris

2. Reinventing Art

2.1. Multiple Angles

2.2. Use of Space

2.3. Broken Medias

2.4. No Shading, No Illusions

2.5. Produce a Mood of Art

2.6. Simplified

2.7. Depicts a sense of Truth

3. Three Stages

3.1. Early Cubism

3.1.1. Whole Piece

3.1.1.1. Multiple Angles

3.1.2. 1906-1914

3.2. Analytical Cubism

3.2.1. Broken

3.2.1.1. Reordered

3.2.1.1.1. Muted Color

3.2.2. 1909-1912

3.3. Synthetic Cubism

3.3.1. Cut and Paste

3.3.1.1. Texture

3.3.1.1.1. Color

3.3.2. 1912-1914

4. Famous Pieces

4.1. The Vase, Bowl, Lemon

4.2. Clarinet and Bottle of Rum on a mantelpiece

4.3. Violin and Pitcher

4.4. Still Life

5. Innovative

5.1. Depictions of Reality

5.2. Hidden Truths

5.3. Underlying Meanings

5.4. Not always fully accepted

6. 1906-1914

6.1. ARTISTS MOVEMENT

6.1.1. PAINTING

6.1.2. Variety of Materials

6.1.3. OBJECTS (Still Life)

7. Original Roots

7.1. African Pieces

7.1.1. Paul Cezanne

7.1.2. Georges Seurat

7.1.3. Paintings

7.1.3.1. Sculpture

8. 2-D

9. Defiant to Artistic Norms

10. Different Perspective

11. Style of Art

12. MODERN IMPLICATIONS

12.1. Fashion

12.1.1. Film

12.1.1.1. Photography

12.1.1.1.1. Collages