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Atl, the author emphasizes the importance of Guillermo Escultura cubista, as a prototype escultura cubista cubist art, also identified with planismo [a flat-like fad] in sculpture. The author asserts escultura cubista Ruiz produces the first cubist sculptures in Mexico, created on the basis of a stylization of matter with a series of planes that lend volume to the figures.
Annotations Guillermo Ruiz is one of the first artists identified with the literary estridentista movement. The exhibition also includes two polarisations of Cubist sculpture.
Pupil of Aristide Maillol and Antoine Bourdelle in Paris, the artist discovers Boccioni's contributions to futurist sculpture in This finding escultura cubista to his contact with Laurens and Lipchitz in the s in Paris, which allows him to include Cubism at a later date.
In this way the Argentine creates a personal fusion between escultura cubista trend and his interest for traditional iconological repertoire. He was born in Malaga, son of a painter, and studied in Barcelona.
His extraordinary talent showed at an early age. Before he was escultura cubista, he had already produced a masterwork in the classic tradition.
His early paintings of the so-called Blue Period in which blues dominate the color scheme deal with outcasts, beggars, sick children, and circus people. The Old Guitarist is the most famous of his Blue Period paintings. In his so-called Negro Periodhe concerned himself escultura cubista basic forms, revealing the influence of African escultura cubista.
During those same years, he turned to the incipient cubist movement.