By John Golding
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3 Generally speaking, however, although Orphism new school its derivation from Cubism was acknowledged. 81) 4 which, compared to his more abstract works, appeared simply as a highly coloured and more mouvemente Cubist painting. Warnod noted in Comoedia that 'Cubism and Orphism belong to the same family. While Cubism aims at purity of draughtsmanship, Orphism is an attempt at "pure" painting, not that it involves pure colours, that come out of the tube, but rather painting divorced from 1 is to all say colours as they other considerations'.
The avowed programme of Montjoie was to find the link tendencies, and 'Montjoie is definition, between various arts and Canudo invented the term common to investigate their 'cerebrisme' to describe this attitude: the mouthpiece of Cerebrist art, for Cerebrism, according to embraces and explains the entire artistic evolution of the past forty years, and in the widest sense, being an aesthetic that solubly cerebral and sensual - against all sentimentality in art and 'In a preface to the 2 programme of the Comedie des Champs Ely sees, Saison 1926-27.
All the Duchamp brothers were at this time passionately interested in mathematics; Jacques Villon was engaged in reading Leonardo's Trattato della Pittura, 5 while Marcel named Maurice Duchamp was a close friend of an amateur mathematician Princet, so that responsible for introducing a it is more not surprising that they should have been scientific note into Cubist discussions. The choice of La Section d'Or as a title for the exhibition of the group of painters appeared at the Galerie de the term la Boetie Cubism as applied to their seems to indicate some who dissatisfaction with work, and was probably intended to imply November 1911.
Cubism. A History and an Analysis, 1907-1914 by John Golding