Traducción de cubism en español:


cubismo, n.

Pronunciación /ˈkjuˌbɪzəm/ /ˈkjuːbɪz(ə)m/

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    cubismo masculino
    • The early analytic cubism of Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque sought to capture the essence of subjects in ‘simultaneous vision’ by eliminating point of view, distance and lighting.
    • Analytical cubism is generally considered the early phase of cubism.
    • By ‘Egyptian style’ Rousseau meant the elements of African tribal art that Picasso and other artists had assimilated when they developed the art movement known as cubism.
    • From this painting stemmed what we now know as analytical cubism, cubism's first phase.
    • Though the modern art movements of impressionism, cubism, expressionism and abstract art have influenced urban art, what we see is not a made-in-India version of Western art.
    • Pre-Columbian art's contribution to modernism fails to fit into the teleologically reconstructed development from post-impressionism, fauvism, and cubism to abstract expressionism.
    • A distinctive style of cubism combined with surrealism are what makes his paintings stand out from the crowd.
    • In music, atonality or the abandonment of rules of tonality, was the counterpart of cubism and surrealism in art and the functionalism of Bauhaus.
    • Abbreviated from a 1925 Paris exhibition, art deco was a mix of cubism, art nouveau and Russian ballet, with a fondness for strident colours and geometric lines.
    • The influence of the French avant-garde movements - surrealism, cubism, and so forth - is quite marked.
    • Apparent in her paintings are the influence of cubism, which employs geometric structure, and surrealism, and which uses fictional, sometimes abstract, subjects.
    • Later, the Jamaican artists began to incorporate artist movements like abstraction, impressionism and cubism into their works.
    • In cubism, geometrical forms and fragmentations are favored.
    • It is quite different from the shattered fragments found in the analytic cubism of his contemporaries Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso.
    • Consider the distinctive compositions of pop artist Romero Britto, whose brilliant colors and whimsical themes flirt with cubism but remain true to the artist's personal style.
    • It's not pointillist, it's not cubism - it's just in-your-face, comic art.
    • Elements of surrealism and cubism, influences of the European avant-garde art movements of high modernism are all in evidence in this striking poem.
    • For several years to come they were to explore together the possibilities of cubism.
    • Picasso discovered cubism after seeing African masks, so the two artists share the same source of inspiration.
    • Avoiding the influence of Picasso's cubism in any form, O'Keeffe epitomized the independence of the American avant-garde.