Meaning of cubist in English:


Pronunciation /ˈkjuːbɪst/

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noun & adjective

See cubism

‘With the arrogant humility of an important young artist, he schooled himself in the most advanced art of his time - notably the work of Picasso and the cubists.’
  • ‘The French cubist painter Georges Braque once said that art is made to disturb, while science reassures.’
  • ‘The museum, featuring the works of artists like Matisse and Picasso, holds one of the largest collections of cubist, surrealist and abstract art.’
  • ‘French surrealists, cubists, and impressionists mostly influence Lebanese artists, who add an oriental touch to the French technique and subject matter.’
  • ‘They stand as securely in the tradition of western art now as the cubists, the impressionists or the romantics do.’