What is Cubism? Trivia to enjoy the museum more
The second half of March is also in the second half, and the season is finally entering spring.
Spring is the season of meeting and parting.
Without knowing the mind and body, such as moving and relationships
You will get tired.
By the way, there are some recommended spots that you should definitely visit in such a dizzying spring.
It's a museum!
First of all, the feeling of words is good.
A marble lobby that spreads through a large glass-enclosed rotating door.
Then, go through the nose while passing through the corridor where paintings and works of ancient and modern east and west are lined up.
I can't say anything about the dry air, which is a mixture of paper and paint.
Besides, I even feel that I can acquire knowledge and culture just by going.
Well, it's such a museum, but in reality
"But I don't know much about painting ... it's quiet ... is it fun?"
I understand the feeling of thinking.
Even though the door is open to everyone
It takes courage to step into a genre you don't know.
But while watching the work
This is also a space where you can immerse yourself in mysteriously extraordinary life.
It's also good to intuitively look at your favorite work,
It is also good to take a closer look at the famous paintings.
The way to enjoy the museum is really different for each person,
It is true that there is information that makes art more enjoyable if you know it.
So this time, I would like to introduce one such trivia.
So, here is one question.
Do you like Picasso's paintings?
To be honest, I was a little scared.
Besides, I don't really understand because the picture is flat.
But when Picasso hears the name, everyone
He is a famous painter who can imagine what kind of painting he is talking about.
Why is that?
Picasso is the person who revolutionized the method of art.
That revolutionary method is what we are going to talk about, "Cubism."
■What is Cubism?
In a word, the method of cubism
Draw objects viewed from various angles in one picture is.
What do you mean? It will be.
So, first of all,"The Weeping Woman" Pablo Picasso
please look at.
This picture is not realistic, isn't it?
A woman sitting in front of the canvas and crying
It is not a picture drawn as it is.
However, the feeling of "crying" is painfully transmitted.
Because Picasso saw "a crying woman"
He didn't try to leave it as it was in the picture
Looking at the object "crying woman" from various angles,
This is because I cut it out and put that emotional part on the picture.
The "essence" part of what you saw, not the "seen manma"
You tried to draw it.
This method properly adhered to the perspective that was taken for granted until now.
It also upsets the style of painting as if it were a cut-out photo.
At that time, there would have been pros and cons.
However, of "Cubism" caused by several painters including this Picasso
It can be said that the rise has greatly expanded the range of expressions for drawing pictures.
Cubism, and what Picasso tried to draw,
Did you understand even a little bit?
Cubism used optical illusions in addition to Picasso's paintings
It is also used for trick art.
When I think that Picasso's method is unexpectedly hidden,
It gives you a sense of intimacy.
By the way, even with this knowledge, art becomes a little closer.
I think it was felt.
The site called Artscape is currently holding
You can easily search the schedule of art exhibitions.
By all means, this spring, with knowledge of Cubism in one hand
Why don't you visit the museum?