Tuesday, October 3, 2006

Artwork of the month: Cubist village.

I simply love this oil painting.  Cubism had its moments that is for sure.  Albert Gleizes is considered a founding father of cubism.  He has an overwhelming amount of good paintings in his portfolio, but what he lacks is self control, as his work is rarely edited.  This painting is one of my favorite works on display at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts.


Albert Gleizes
French, 1881-1953
"The Village"
1913, oil on canvas

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