The Estate of Paul Outerbridge, Jr. Untitled Biloxi, Mississippi. Untitled, Providence, Rhode Island.
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Most discussions of a Cubist drawing center on the originality of its style, its challenge to visual perception or its reception by contemporary critics. To be worth your time, though, we need to show you something new, something that no writer has ever seen before. Picasso almost always signed his drawings. Of those exhibited in major exhibitions the vast majority are signed on the front or, if he felt it would interfere with the image, on the reverse.
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License this image. The simplified, angular planes and exaggerated features of this nude suggest the influence of carved figures. Matisse's interest in African art began aroundand is probably reflected in this painting.
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In the context of Matisse's evolving figure style in these years, this picture, with its firmly modeled, massive, angular contours and squat proportions, emphasized by a rather oversize head, seems something of an anomaly. In spite of its vastly different palette, it almost seems a retrogression to the academies ofexemplified by Male Model. Alternatively, we might suppose this figure to be connected with a contemporary project in sculpture, but nothing of this sort is the case, since by now Matisse was already modeling his bronze female figures into arabesques resembling the major figure of Le Luxe. Consequently, we must see this Proto-Cubist figure study as another of Matisse's retrospective glances, although not such a drastic one as Carmelina.