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Cubism: The Leonard A. Lauder Collection

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Edited by Emily Braun and Rebecca Rabinow

This groundbreaking new history of Cubism, based on works from the most significant private collection in the world today, is written by many of the fields premier art historians and scholars. The collection, recently donated to The Metropolitan Museum of Art, includes 80 works by Picasso, Braque, Gris, and Lger and is unsurpassed in the number of masterpieces and iconic pieces deemed critical to the development of Cubism.

Twenty- two essays explore various facets of Cubism from its origins and consider small groupings of works in light of specific themessuch as a study by neuropsychiatrist Eric Kandel on Cubism and the science of perception. Also included is a fascinating interview in which Lauder discusses his approach to collecting. This is a work to place beside other great histories of Modernism. It is a comprehensive, copiously illustrated book that offers a greater understanding of Cubism and will stand as a resource on this pioneering style for many years to come.

448 pages, 300 full-color illustrations. 10'' x 12''. Hardcover, clothbound.

  • 448 pages
  • 300 full-color illustrations
  • 10'' x 12''
  • Hardcover

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Description

Edited by Emily Braun and Rebecca Rabinow

This groundbreaking new history of Cubism, based on works from the most significant private collection in the world today, is written by many of the fields premier art historians and scholars. The collection, recently donated to The Metropolitan Museum of Art, includes 80 works by Picasso, Braque, Gris, and Lger and is unsurpassed in the number of masterpieces and iconic pieces deemed critical to the development of Cubism.

Twenty- two essays explore various facets of Cubism from its origins and consider small groupings of works in light of specific themessuch as a study by neuropsychiatrist Eric Kandel on Cubism and the science of perception. Also included is a fascinating interview in which Lauder discusses his approach to collecting. This is a work to place beside other great histories of Modernism. It is a comprehensive, copiously illustrated book that offers a greater understanding of Cubism and will stand as a resource on this pioneering style for many years to come.

448 pages, 300 full-color illustrations. 10'' x 12''. Hardcover, clothbound.




  • 448 pages
  • 300 full-color illustrations
  • 10'' x 12''
  • Hardcover


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