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It led them to reject traditional artistic conventions

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Q: How did the rapid pace of technological change influence Cubist artists in the early 20th century?
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How did the rapid pace of technological change influence Cubist artists in the early 20th centurying?

It led them to reject traditional artistic conventions


Who were famous cubist artists?

Picasso


What is an artist from the cubist period?

Cubism started in 1908. This means that ALL painters who painted before this date were pre-cubist.


_______ artists used geometric shapes to represent nature and human forms?

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Who are the 4 artists of cubism?

There are far more than four cubist artists. The best known might be: G Braque, P Picasso, J Gris, Jean Metzinger. F Léger also had a cubist period.


Which spanish artist is widely recognised as the greatest artist of the 20th century?

One of the greatest artists of all times and perhaps the one that can be recognized as the greatest of past century was Spanish painter Pablo Picasso, the main representative of the Cubist movement.


What did cubism artists paint draw?

many things in the cubist form. (from nature to people)


Artists used geometric shapes to represent nature and human forms.?

cubist


A Pre-Cubist artist?

Pre-cubist means 'before Cubism'. Cubism started in 1908, so all the thousands of artists working before 1908 are pre-cubists.


Was Jo self a cubist surrealist or impressionist?

Jo Self...........is a 21st century living artist. Her main influence is Rothko and pre-Edo wood block prints of nature from japan.


Was Paul Cezanne one of the most influential artists of cubism?

No, he did not paint cubist art, but he inspired the cubists.


In the 1920s how did the cubist movement reflect the influence of World War 1?

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