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Cubism: Deconstructing Geometry in Modern Art (original).
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The digital art is a very new and modern art form .....: Glossy-look Giclee Print on aluminum Dibond under special resin. Crystal clear, glossy look with rounded edges. The extremely glossy resin gives the image profound depth, bringing out the finest details, and maximum luminosity. The finish also serves as a sealer, which is moisture resistant, protects against warping or sagging, and ensures the lasting original beauty of the artwork.

Practical hanging system - metal rails.
Ready to hang.

Please note that the delivery time for this artwork is about 15 to 28 working days.

The frameless crystal clear acrylic glass and aluminum design offers a very modern presentation with particularly lively colors. Impressive depth effect at the edges. Concealed suspension. Very stable.
The photo is printed directly on the Alu-Dibond plate. This makes the panels suitable for indoor and outdoor use. The plates are waterproof and UV stable. The carrier material is a composite material, 3mm thick and very stable.

Cubism is not the easiest kind of art to understand. But you have to admit - Whether you like it or not - cubism catches the eye.

In cubism, objects are deconstructed, and reassembled Analyzed - but not Necessarily In Their original order or size. When this is done in painting, the result is a three-dimensional object in a two-dimensional reassembled space, without regard to what can be seen in Actually the real world. So while you can not see the back of a violin When You're looking at the front, Picasso may depict the back and front at the sametime in the same two-dimensional space.

First, You Need To Know That Has Its Roots in Cubism the work of Paul Cezanne. He began playing with realism, saying he wanted to "treat nature by the cylinder, the sphere, the cone." In otherwords, hey began replicating thesis figures as he saw them in his subjects.

Henri Matisse, Picasso and others Took Cezanne's approach even further. It's not hard to recognize the cubes and spheres and cones and angles. But it's the flattening of three-dimensional space and disregard of Symmetry That really distinguishes cubism from realism or impressionism.

Symmetry is a very common occurrence in mathematics. From symmetric shapes to the symmetry of an equation (remember: what you do to one side of an equation, you must do to the other!), It's fair to say That When symmetry is absent, it's a big deal.

And the same is true for nature, the most often referenced subjects in art. A face, a waterlilly, The Body, a beetle - You Could spend all day finding symmetry in the natural world. Cubism turns this notion on its head.

And shut the pieces are compelling. It's that dissonance That draws our attention and even Illustrates difficult subjects. (Picasso's most enduring and controversial pieces is Guernica, a large painting depicting the Nazi bombing of a small Spanish town.) The artists do this by breaking traditional rules and ignoring some mathematical truths .... Exclusive Photo Collection in Modern Style Digital Photo mix in Fine Painting Optic -abstract / Expressionism-Cuism / Figurative in 3D Drawing / Paint / Vector / Graphic Mixed in Modern Decostyle.
Cubism: Deconstructing Geometry in Modern Art (original).
....Exclusive Photo Painting Collection in Contemporary Art - Figurative Photo Mix/Paint/Drawing/Vector-Abstract/Expressionism-Special Technic....Alu-DiBond (Signed on the back with Certificate ....) - Of course, this work is an original! ....
The digital art is a very new and modern art form .....: Glossy-look Giclee Print on aluminum Dibond under special resin. Crystal clear, glossy look with rounded edges. The extremely glossy resin gives the image profound depth, bringing out the finest details, and maximum luminosity. The finish also serves as a sealer, which is moisture resistant, protects against warping or sagging, and ensures the lasting original beauty of the artwork.

Practical hanging system - metal rails.
Ready to hang.

Please note that the delivery time for this artwork is about 15 to 28 working days.

The frameless crystal clear acrylic glass and aluminum design offers a very modern presentation with particularly lively colors. Impressive depth effect at the edges. Concealed suspension. Very stable.
The photo is printed directly on the Alu-Dibond plate. This makes the panels suitable for indoor and outdoor use. The plates are waterproof and UV stable. The carrier material is a composite material, 3mm thick and very stable.

Cubism is not the easiest kind of art to understand. But you have to admit - Whether you like it or not - cubism catches the eye.

In cubism, objects are deconstructed, and reassembled Analyzed - but not Necessarily In Their original order or size. When this is done in painting, the result is a three-dimensional object in a two-dimensional reassembled space, without regard to what can be seen in Actually the real world. So while you can not see the back of a violin When You're looking at the front, Picasso may depict the back and front at the sametime in the same two-dimensional space.

First, You Need To Know That Has Its Roots in Cubism the work of Paul Cezanne. He began playing with realism, saying he wanted to "treat nature by the cylinder, the sphere, the cone." In otherwords, hey began replicating thesis figures as he saw them in his subjects.

Henri Matisse, Picasso and others Took Cezanne's approach even further. It's not hard to recognize the cubes and spheres and cones and angles. But it's the flattening of three-dimensional space and disregard of Symmetry That really distinguishes cubism from realism or impressionism.

Symmetry is a very common occurrence in mathematics. From symmetric shapes to the symmetry of an equation (remember: what you do to one side of an equation, you must do to the other!), It's fair to say That When symmetry is absent, it's a big deal.

And the same is true for nature, the most often referenced subjects in art. A face, a waterlilly, The Body, a beetle - You Could spend all day finding symmetry in the natural world. Cubism turns this notion on its head.

And shut the pieces are compelling. It's that dissonance That draws our attention and even Illustrates difficult subjects. (Picasso's most enduring and controversial pieces is Guernica, a large painting depicting the Nazi bombing of a small Spanish town.) The artists do this by breaking traditional rules and ignoring some mathematical truths .... Exclusive Photo Collection in Modern Style Digital Photo mix in Fine Painting Optic -abstract / Expressionism-Cuism / Figurative in 3D Drawing / Paint / Vector / Graphic Mixed in Modern Decostyle.
Cubism: Deconstructing Geometry in Modern Art (original).
....Exclusive Photo Painting Collection in Contemporary Art - Figurative Photo Mix/Paint/Drawing/Vector-Abstract/Expressionism-Special Technic....Alu-DiBond (Signed on the back with Certificate ....) - Of course, this work is an original! ....
The digital art is a very new and modern art form .....: Glossy-look Giclee Print on aluminum Dibond under special resin. Crystal clear, glossy look with rounded edges. The extremely glossy resin gives the image profound depth, bringing out the finest details, and maximum luminosity. The finish also serves as a sealer, which is moisture resistant, protects against warping or sagging, and ensures the lasting original beauty of the artwork.

Practical hanging system - metal rails.
Ready to hang.

Please note that the delivery time for this artwork is about 15 to 28 working days.

The frameless crystal clear acrylic glass and aluminum design offers a very modern presentation with particularly lively colors. Impressive depth effect at the edges. Concealed suspension. Very stable.
The photo is printed directly on the Alu-Dibond plate. This makes the panels suitable for indoor and outdoor use. The plates are waterproof and UV stable. The carrier material is a composite material, 3mm thick and very stable.

Cubism is not the easiest kind of art to understand. But you have to admit - Whether you like it or not - cubism catches the eye.

In cubism, objects are deconstructed, and reassembled Analyzed - but not Necessarily In Their original order or size. When this is done in painting, the result is a three-dimensional object in a two-dimensional reassembled space, without regard to what can be seen in Actually the real world. So while you can not see the back of a violin When You're looking at the front, Picasso may depict the back and front at the sametime in the same two-dimensional space.

First, You Need To Know That Has Its Roots in Cubism the work of Paul Cezanne. He began playing with realism, saying he wanted to "treat nature by the cylinder, the sphere, the cone." In otherwords, hey began replicating thesis figures as he saw them in his subjects.

Henri Matisse, Picasso and others Took Cezanne's approach even further. It's not hard to recognize the cubes and spheres and cones and angles. But it's the flattening of three-dimensional space and disregard of Symmetry That really distinguishes cubism from realism or impressionism.

Symmetry is a very common occurrence in mathematics. From symmetric shapes to the symmetry of an equation (remember: what you do to one side of an equation, you must do to the other!), It's fair to say That When symmetry is absent, it's a big deal.

And the same is true for nature, the most often referenced subjects in art. A face, a waterlilly, The Body, a beetle - You Could spend all day finding symmetry in the natural world. Cubism turns this notion on its head.

And shut the pieces are compelling. It's that dissonance That draws our attention and even Illustrates difficult subjects. (Picasso's most enduring and controversial pieces is Guernica, a large painting depicting the Nazi bombing of a small Spanish town.) The artists do this by breaking traditional rules and ignoring some mathematical truths .... Exclusive Photo Collection in Modern Style Digital Photo mix in Fine Painting Optic -abstract / Expressionism-Cuism / Figurative in 3D Drawing / Paint / Vector / Graphic Mixed in Modern Decostyle.
Cubism: Deconstructing Geometry in Modern Art (original).
....Exclusive Photo Painting Collection in Contemporary Art - Figurative Photo Mix/Paint/Drawing/Vector-Abstract/Expressionism-Special Technic....Alu-DiBond (Signed on the back with Certificate ....) - Of course, this work is an original! ....
The digital art is a very new and modern art form .....: Glossy-look Giclee Print on aluminum Dibond under special resin. Crystal clear, glossy look with rounded edges. The extremely glossy resin gives the image profound depth, bringing out the finest details, and maximum luminosity. The finish also serves as a sealer, which is moisture resistant, protects against warping or sagging, and ensures the lasting original beauty of the artwork.

Practical hanging system - metal rails.
Ready to hang.

Please note that the delivery time for this artwork is about 15 to 28 working days.

The frameless crystal clear acrylic glass and aluminum design offers a very modern presentation with particularly lively colors. Impressive depth effect at the edges. Concealed suspension. Very stable.
The photo is printed directly on the Alu-Dibond plate. This makes the panels suitable for indoor and outdoor use. The plates are waterproof and UV stable. The carrier material is a composite material, 3mm thick and very stable.

Cubism is not the easiest kind of art to understand. But you have to admit - Whether you like it or not - cubism catches the eye.

In cubism, objects are deconstructed, and reassembled Analyzed - but not Necessarily In Their original order or size. When this is done in painting, the result is a three-dimensional object in a two-dimensional reassembled space, without regard to what can be seen in Actually the real world. So while you can not see the back of a violin When You're looking at the front, Picasso may depict the back and front at the sametime in the same two-dimensional space.

First, You Need To Know That Has Its Roots in Cubism the work of Paul Cezanne. He began playing with realism, saying he wanted to "treat nature by the cylinder, the sphere, the cone." In otherwords, hey began replicating thesis figures as he saw them in his subjects.

Henri Matisse, Picasso and others Took Cezanne's approach even further. It's not hard to recognize the cubes and spheres and cones and angles. But it's the flattening of three-dimensional space and disregard of Symmetry That really distinguishes cubism from realism or impressionism.

Symmetry is a very common occurrence in mathematics. From symmetric shapes to the symmetry of an equation (remember: what you do to one side of an equation, you must do to the other!), It's fair to say That When symmetry is absent, it's a big deal.

And the same is true for nature, the most often referenced subjects in art. A face, a waterlilly, The Body, a beetle - You Could spend all day finding symmetry in the natural world. Cubism turns this notion on its head.

And shut the pieces are compelling. It's that dissonance That draws our attention and even Illustrates difficult subjects. (Picasso's most enduring and controversial pieces is Guernica, a large painting depicting the Nazi bombing of a small Spanish town.) The artists do this by breaking traditional rules and ignoring some mathematical truths .... Exclusive Photo Collection in Modern Style Digital Photo mix in Fine Painting Optic -abstract / Expressionism-Cuism / Figurative in 3D Drawing / Paint / Vector / Graphic Mixed in Modern Decostyle.
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Igor Bajenov

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Cubism: Deconstructing Geometry in Modern Art (original). ....Exclusive Photo Painting Collection in Contemporary Art - Figurative Photo Mix/Paint/Drawing/Vector-Abstract/Expressionism-Special Technic....Alu-DiBond (Signed on the back with Certificate ....) - Of course, this work is an original! .... The digital art is a very new and modern art form .....: Glossy-look Giclee Print on aluminum Dibond under special resin. Crystal clear, glossy look with rounded edges. The extremely glossy resin gives the image profound depth, bringing out the finest details, and maximum luminosity. The finish also serves as a sealer, which is moisture resistant, protects against warping or sagging, and ensures the lasting original beauty of the artwork. Practical hanging system - metal rails. Ready to hang. Please note that the delivery time for this artwork is about 15 to 28 working days. The frameless crystal clear acrylic glass and aluminum design offers a very modern presentation with particularly lively colors. Impressive depth effect at the edges. Concealed suspension. Very stable. The photo is printed directly on the Alu-Dibond plate. This makes the panels suitable for indoor and outdoor use. The plates are waterproof and UV stable. The carrier material is a composite material, 3mm thick and very stable. Cubism is not the easiest kind of art to understand. But you have to admit - Whether you like it or not - cubism catches the eye. In cubism, objects are deconstructed, and reassembled Analyzed - but not Necessarily In Their original order or size. When this is done in painting, the result is a three-dimensional object in a two-dimensional reassembled space, without regard to what can be seen in Actually the real world. So while you can not see the back of a violin When You're looking at the front, Picasso may depict the back and front at the sametime in the same two-dimensional space. First, You Need To Know That Has Its Roots in Cubism the work of Paul Cezanne. He began playing with realism, saying he wanted to "treat nature by the cylinder, the sphere, the cone." In otherwords, hey began replicating thesis figures as he saw them in his subjects. Henri Matisse, Picasso and others Took Cezanne's approach even further. It's not hard to recognize the cubes and spheres and cones and angles. But it's the flattening of three-dimensional space and disregard of Symmetry That really distinguishes cubism from realism or impressionism. Symmetry is a very common occurrence in mathematics. From symmetric shapes to the symmetry of an equation (remember: what you do to one side of an equation, you must do to the other!), It's fair to say That When symmetry is absent, it's a big deal. And the same is true for nature, the most often referenced subjects in art. A face, a waterlilly, The Body, a beetle - You Could spend all day finding symmetry in the natural world. Cubism turns this notion on its head. And shut the pieces are compelling. It's that dissonance That draws our attention and even Illustrates difficult subjects. (Picasso's most enduring and controversial pieces is Guernica, a large painting depicting the Nazi bombing of a small Spanish town.) The artists do this by breaking traditional rules and ignoring some mathematical truths .... Exclusive Photo Collection in Modern Style Digital Photo mix in Fine Painting Optic -abstract / Expressionism-Cuism / Figurative in 3D Drawing / Paint / Vector / Graphic Mixed in Modern Decostyle.

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