Weirdly, he mostly avoided cubism, even though he got wild Cezannes that foreshadow that movement.
In art history, their achievement rivaled the invention of cubism.
Instead, we get predictable gallery delineations (Blue Period, Rose Period, cubism) and surface-skimming biographical details.
There are seldom any curves in cubism, and then only for relieving the monotony, for the sake of ornament.
For the French have never loved cubism, though Braque uses it beautifully.
With cubism, Futurism and Vorticism we may be witnessing the beginning of a new tradition.
Whatever its extravagance, cubism remains a form of graphic art.
It was scarce two years since we first heard of "cubism" when the "Futurists" were calling the "Cubists" reactionary.
Drive this argument a little further and we arrive at cubism and Futurism.
Lately he has moved away from cubism, but has not become less doctrinaire for that.
1911, from French cubisme, from cube (see cube (n.)), said to have been coined by French art critic Louis Vauxcelles at the 1908 Salon des Indépendants in reference to a work by Georges Braque. Related: Cubist.