Art 234
R. Mattison
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#3 – Picasso, Braque, and the Origins of Analytic Cubism: The Eye and the Mind’s Eye


  Pablo PICASSO  (1881–1973).

Portrait of Vollard.

1911.

Private collection.


  Georges BRAQUE  (1882–1963).

L’Estaque.

1906.

Paris: National Art Museum.


  Georges BRAQUE  (1882–1963).

Road Near L’Estaque.

1908.

New York: Museum of Modern Art.


  Georges BRAQUE  (1882–1963).

Houses at L’Estaque.

1908.

Bern.


  Pablo PICASSO  (1881–1973).

Gertrude Stein.

1906.

New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art.


  Pablo PICASSO  (1881–1973).

Demoiselles d’Avignon.

1907.

New York: Museum of Modern Art.


  Pablo PICASSO  (1881–1973).

Study for Demoiselles d’Avignon.

1907.

New York: Museum of Modern Art.


  Pablo PICASSO  (1881–1973).

Woman’s Head.

1909.

bronze.


  Pablo PICASSO  (1881–1973).

Woman with Pears.

1909.

Private collection.


  Pablo PICASSO  (1881–1973).

Girl with Mandolin.

1909.

New York: Museum of Modern Art.


  Georges BRAQUE  (1882–1963).

Violin and Palette.

1909–10.

New York: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.


  Pablo PICASSO  (1881–1973).

The Accordionist.

1911.

New York: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.


  Georges BRAQUE  (1882–1963).

Man with a Guitar.

1911.

New York: Museum of Modern Art.


 
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