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Albert Gleizes1881 — 1953

The man who brought cubism to the masses

Spanish Dancer, 1916

The man who brought cubism to the masses

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Woman with Phlox

Woman with Phlox

1910
Portrait de Jacques Nayral

Portrait de Jacques Nayral

1911
Harvest Threshing

Harvest Threshing

1912

There is nothing real outside ourselves; there is nothing real except the coincidence of a sensation and an individual mental direction.

Excerpts from Du "Cubisme"

1912
Man on a Balcony

Man on a Balcony

1912
Football Players

Football Players

1912-1913
Man in a Hammock

Man in a Hammock

1913
Paysage Cubiste (Landscape, Baum und Fluss)

Paysage Cubiste (Landscape, Baum und Fluss)

1914
Femmes assises à une fenêtre

Femmes assises à une fenêtre

1914
New York

New York

1916
On a Sailboat

On a Sailboat

1916
Spanish Dancer

Spanish Dancer

1916
In Port

In Port

1917
Paysage des Bermudes

Paysage des Bermudes

1917
Woman and Child

Woman and Child

1921
Composition

Composition

1922
Woman, Two Men and Children

Woman, Two Men and Children

1924

By eliminating everything superfluous to the technical means of their craft the Cubists finally reached the common ground where a general, synthetic culture becomes possible.

Cubism and the General Culture

1926
Symphony in Violet

Symphony in Violet

1930-1931
For contemplation

For contemplation

1942
Arabesque Brush

Arabesque Brush

1952
1801
"A long struggle lies in store for me in this field of color"
Paul Klee
In the shadow of brighter colors
André Derain
Albert Gleizes
The architect of invisible cities
Wenzel Hablik
Cubism for the common man
Fernand Henri Léger
2000

The artists of Cubism