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cubism

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Painting and drawing, Arts
cubismcub‧is‧m /ˈkjuːbɪzəm/ noun [uncountable]  AVPa 20th-century style of art, in which objects and people are represented by geometric shapescubist adjective cubist paintingscubist noun [countable]
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cubismImpressionism begat post-impressionism, which begat cubism, which sired futurism, expressionism and all manner of errant abstractions.Enright practises an emotional cubism, using her characters to piece together the world in strange combinations with sharp little sentences.For example, cubism is very little like its object, and abstract art, not at all.It's a form of cubism, I suppose.Picasso and Braques were the pioneers of cubism.However, as the title of the picture reveals, Weber's connection to cubism was via the transcendental.
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