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Fruit Bowl with Bottle by Juan Gris #art

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Still Life, 1914 by Juan Gris

Dead Nature Date: Juan Gris was the Third Musketeer of Cubism, and actually pushed Cubism further to its logical conclusion until his ultimely death in 1927 at the age of

Albert Gleizes - The City and The River (1913)

Albert Léon Gleizes (French, The City and The River 1913

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Vintage Framed Abstract Miro Print Retro Art Mid Century Modern Wall Hanging

Guitar and Glass 1912 | Juan Gris | Oil Painting #cubism

Guitar and Glass 1912 Painting | Juan Gris | Oil Painting Reproduction

...  Gris continued to appropriate materials for their literal representational function as mere images, as he had in his earliest collages. Description from ibiblio.org. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Juan Gris: The Table, Spring 1914 - Pasted paper and gouache on canvas (Philadelphia Museum of Art)

What Will Catch My Eye - (Jean Dominique Antony Metzinger)

Toyas Tales: What Will Catch My Eye?: Art of the Day - Jean Metzinger Cubism, Puteaux Group, Neo-Impressionism, Fauvism, Divisionism

Juan Gris - Violin and Checkerboard - Juan Gris - Wikipedia

Juan Gris "Violin and Checkerboard", 1913 (Spain, Synthetic Cubism, cent.

'Flowers' (1914) by Juan Gris

Juan Gris Flowers, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Promised Gift from the Leonard A.

'Kontrast der Formen', 1914 von Fernand Leger (1881-1955, France)

Contrast of forms - Fernand Léger