Cubism Art Style

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Analyzing Cubism as a form of art: Why it is one of the most influential art styles of the twentieth century?
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Vadym Shchabelskyy The first ideas of Cubism emerged in the early 20th century when Europeans started exploring Africa and Native America cultures. The artworks from those cultures and three-dimensional works by Paul Cezanne inspired Pablo Picasso and other European artists. The concept of Cubism was formed between 1906 and 1911. The first to implement ideas of Cubism in art was Pablo Picasso. His painting "Les Demoiselles d 'Avignon" changed the art at that time. “This new world began with an explosion, for Les Demoiselles d 'Avignon, projected in 1906 but worked on mostly in the spring of 1907, appеars to be the thunderous outburst that released the latent forces of the preceding year.”(Rosenblum 12) During the next five years ideas of Cubism were spreading around Europe and soon, in 1911, the first
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Cubism was one of the first avant-garde art movements. As was already mentioned in the second paragraph, Cubism heavily influenced other art movements of that time. Its ideas were spreading from country to country where they mixed with the local culture and transformed into new art movements, so a bit of Cubist ideas were in nearly every style in the early and middle 20th century. It was the starting point of a new series of modern art movements. During Cubism period artist many techniques and developed ideas upon which the future modern art is built. It showed artists the importance of the experiment with styles and ideas. Cubist artists were rejecting linear perspective; they were experimenting with color and freehand forms. “Cubism opеned the door to allowing art to be truly shocking, allowing future forms of art to go further than their predecessors.” ("Influence of Cubism on Future Modern
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