PICASSO & BRAQUE

How did Charlie Chaplin influence the Cubism movement? Paul Laster on the new documentary chronicling the impact of early movies on Picasso and Braque. VIEW OUR GALLERY.

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Loie Fuller

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Georges Braque, “Still Life with Fruit Dish and Ace of Clubs,” 1913

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Pablo Picasso, “Les Demoiselles d’Avingnon,” 1907

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Chuck Close

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Cinématographe Lumiére, affiche d’Auzzolle, 1896

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Early film still

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Martin Scorsese

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Adam Gopnik

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Artheme Avale Sa Clarinette, 1912

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Early film still

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Julian Schnabel

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Pablo Picasso, “Ma Jolie,” 1911-1912