Juan Gris , Retrato de Josette , 1916

Juan Gris , Retrato de Josette , 1916

Juan Gris Knives  Discover the coolest shows in New York at www.artexperience...

Juan Gris Knives Discover the coolest shows in New York at www.artexperience...

Juan Gris. Still Life with Open Window. 1915

Juan Gris. Still Life with Open Window. 1915

The Athenaeum - The Red Book (Juan Gris - )

The Athenaeum - The Red Book (Juan Gris - )

MoMA | The Collection | Juan Gris. Jar, Bottle and Glass. 1911

MoMA | The Collection | Juan Gris. Jar, Bottle and Glass. 1911

Painting by Juan Gris (1887-1927), 1915, Still Life with Checked Tablecloth, Paris, Oil and graphite on canvas. #Cubism

Painting by Juan Gris (1887-1927), 1915, Still Life with Checked Tablecloth, Paris, Oil and graphite on canvas. #Cubism

JUAN GRIS (1887-1927) 'Still Life with Violin and Glass', 1915 (oil on canvas)

JUAN GRIS (1887-1927) 'Still Life with Violin and Glass', 1915 (oil on canvas)


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Juan Gris  (1887-1927). Still Life with Checked Tablecloth, 1915. Oil on canvas. Recently donated to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Part of the Lauder cubist collection.

Juan Gris (1887-1927). Still Life with Checked Tablecloth, 1915. Oil on canvas. Recently donated to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Part of the Lauder cubist collection.

Still life with flowers  Artista: Juan Gris Tamaño: 1,12 m x 70 cm Período: Cubismo Técnica: Pintura al aceite Fecha de creación: 1912

Still life with flowers Artista: Juan Gris Tamaño: 1,12 m x 70 cm Período: Cubismo Técnica: Pintura al aceite Fecha de creación: 1912

Juan Gris, Breakfast, 1914 (cut and pasted papers, crayon, and oil on canvas, 31 7/8 x 23 1/2 inches; Museum of Modern Art, NYC). Clement Greenberg wrote that this collage succeeds better than Gris' more "decorative" collages, because it obviously depicts a still life: "with one's eyes focused primaraly on the flat surface pattern, one finds the picture disorganized and congested, but when one shifts focus and views it as a conventional picture, it springs instantly into perfection."

Juan Gris, Breakfast, 1914 (cut and pasted papers, crayon, and oil on canvas, 31 7/8 x 23 1/2 inches; Museum of Modern Art, NYC). Clement Greenberg wrote that this collage succeeds better than Gris' more "decorative" collages, because it obviously depicts a still life: "with one's eyes focused primaraly on the flat surface pattern, one finds the picture disorganized and congested, but when one shifts focus and views it as a conventional picture, it springs instantly into perfection."

Juan Gris (1887 - 1927) | Synthetic Cubism | Landscape with house at Ceret - 1913

Juan Gris (1887 - 1927) | Synthetic Cubism | Landscape with house at Ceret - 1913

Today we wish a happy 130th birthday to Spanish artist Juan Gris. Gris is best known for his Cubist sculptures and paintings.  “Man in a Café,” 1912, by Juan Gris

Today we wish a happy 130th birthday to Spanish artist Juan Gris. Gris is best known for his Cubist sculptures and paintings. “Man in a Café,” 1912, by Juan Gris

Juan Gris  The Sunblind, 1914    Georges Braque, Woman with a Guitar, 1913 An example of Synthetic Cubism.

Juan Gris The Sunblind, 1914 Georges Braque, Woman with a Guitar, 1913 An example of Synthetic Cubism.

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