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The origins of the Cubism turn concerning 1907, date in which Picasso concludes The Misses of Avignon, that it will be the point of item.

George Braque together with Picasso they arethe inspirators of the movement and some of the principal teachers are Juan Gris, Fernand Leger, Jean Metzinger and Albert Gleizes, but previously, Cézanne already would have marked the way.Cézanne received the influence of the Impresionism and reacted against him. It rejected the impression in favor of a deeper comprehension of the reality. His formula was the form - color. He believes thatthe nature does not show itself, but it demonstrates across the color. The more color is needed the more the drawing of the objects appears, but it appears in the form. Because of it, Cézanne'spainting is not a drawn painting, but a painting of volumes, of forms. And once created, it is necessary to relate them between yes, arising here the problem of the planes, which stimulates it to look at theobjects from several points of view.

These lessons were assumed by the cubism that will do a rethinking of the work of art, of the forms, of the perspective, the movement, the volume, the space,the color, etc. It creates a new pictorial and aesthetic language that implies a new reslation between the spectator and the work of art. The spectator already cannot contemplate it ado, but it hasto reconstruct it in his mind to be able to understand it.

The Cubism is a mental art, comes undone completely of the interpretation or similarity with the nature, the work of art has value in yessame, as way of expression of ideas. The detachment with the nature achieves across the decomposition of the figure in his minimal parts, in planes, that they will be studied in yes same and not inthe global vision of volume. This way an object can be seen from different points of view, breaking with the conventional perspective and with the contour line. They will eliminate the gradations of...
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