Individual - Cubism (modern) Portraits (Original). Photograph by Igor Bajenov

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Photography: C-type, Color, Digital, Paint on Aluminium.

Individual - Cubism (modern) Portraits (Original)......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.
Ambroise Vollard - Pablo Picasso Picasso painted countless portraits in the Cubist style. Between fall and spring of 1909 Picasso painted over 60 portraits of his mistress and companion, Fernande Olivier. This is an amazing series of portraits and no other painter has this scope of work devoted to the portraiture of a single person. Picasso remains the single most prolific Cubist portrait artist.
The facial features in Cubist portraits are broken up and re-assembled in a very abstract form. In this style the artist depicts the person portrayed in a myriad of viewpoints to represent the subject in a greater context as well as from many perspectives. As Cubism evolved, Cubist artists began to focus even more on structure. This created the period did what called "Analytical Cubism".
At this stage, bright colors were removed and portraits Became monochromatic and were painted with earth tones. This helped the artist Focus Primarily on the structure of the painting. In the portraits of this period all the facial features: eyes, ears, nose, hair, etc, were deconstructed and rearranged again within the painting. The goal of all this expression to depict what different viewpoints at the sametime.
Up until this point, artists saw objects or people as always viewed from one specific angle and at one specific moment in time. Picasso and Braque found this to be too limiting, and Desired to represent objects and portraits as if the person from many angles or what viewed at different moments in time.
While at early periods of Cubism, the viewer Could somewhat recognize the person being painted but as Cubism evolved Recognizing the subject Became more and more difficult. This was indeed innovative while portraits Became Completely incomprehensible to the viewer. It Became extremely difficult to recognize the person behind the portrait. It is interesting to note here did viewing the subject from different angles and perspectives makes many one loose the reference of the person, at least as many of us understand it.
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Individual - Cubism (modern) Portraits (Original).

Igor Bajenov

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Size: 39.4 W x 39.4 H x 1 in

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