Georges Braque

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The Guardian view on contemporary art in schools: a joyful idea reborn | Editorial
Editorial: In the 1940s, School Prints were a visionary notion to bring affordable, adventurous artworks into classrooms. Reinvented for the 21st century, they still are today


14, Jan, 2018 @1:42 PM

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Pablo review – an intimate portrait of Picasso
This graphic biography beautifully recreates the painter’s early years in Montmartre with his lover, Fernande Olivier

Rachel Cooke

12, Apr, 2015 @6:30 AM

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In Montmartre: Picasso, Matisse and Modernism in Paris 1900-1910 – review

Opium, wooden clothes, the origins of cubism … Sue Roe paints a rich portrait of the modernists in their early years. By Mary Ann Caws

Mary Ann Caws

08, Aug, 2014 @11:01 AM

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The top 10 artworks of the 20th century

Jonathan Jones: From Picasso's formidable whores and Magritte's provocative pipe to Pollock painting like an angel, the best 20th-century art reflects a world of flux, abstraction and imagination

Jonathan Jones

30, Apr, 2014 @4:26 PM

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Did artists foresee the first world war?

In the years before the Great War, artists from Stravinsky to Picasso started rebelling against the old order. Perhaps they already sensed that a catastrophic change was on its way, writes Margaret MacMillan

Margaret MacMillan

27, Mar, 2014 @4:25 PM

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Cubist art donated to the Met - in pictures

The cosmetics tycoon Leonard A Lauder has donated 78 Cubist works by the likes of Bracque and Picasso to New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art. Here are some highlights from the collection

10, Apr, 2013 @3:07 PM

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Van Gogh self-portrait - picture of the day

A photographic highlight selected by the picture desk. Vincent Van Gogh was born on this day in 1853. Here Georges Braque, who developed Cubism with Pablo Picasso, looks at a Van Gogh self-portrait in 1948

Jim Powell

30, Mar, 2013 @2:07 PM

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John Golding obituary
Artist, teacher and historian of modern art, he wrote a seminal work on cubism

Michael McNay

12, Apr, 2012 @5:09 PM

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Juan Gris: why the unsung cubist deserves his Google doodle
Jonathan Jones: Google pays homage to the least famous, but most entertaining, of the three great masters of cubism, 125 years after Gris's birth

Jonathan Jones

23, Mar, 2012 @12:45 PM

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Paris art thief appears more no-frills than thrillseeker
Despite visions of The Phantom or Thomas Crown, a picked lock and broken window were this art burglar's modus operandi

Sam Jones

20, May, 2010 @4:59 PM

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Paris art museum theft the work of lone robber
CCTV captures thief stealing paintings by Picasso, Matisse, Braque, Modigliani and Léger
See a gallery of the stolen paintings

Lizzy Davies in Paris, Sam Jones and agencies

20, May, 2010 @2:35 PM

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The Paris art theft has robbed us of some truly great paintings | Jonathan Jones
Jonathan Jones: The five works taken from the French capital's modern art museum add up to a history of the peak of the 20th-century avant-garde

Jonathan Jones

20, May, 2010 @12:58 PM

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