- Duchamp Wants to be a painter begins with impressionist landscape Studies at private art school in Paris in 1904 1910 Laundry Barge-Fauve

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Duchamp Wants to be a painter, begins with impressionist landscape Studies at private art school in Paris in 1904 1910 Laundry Barge-Fauve, Matisse-like landscape, thickly applied strokes of paint Nude descending the staircase o Affinity with Picasso’s cubism o Thinks about geometric structure instead of color o Not a complete move towards abstraction o Rejected by the hanging committee Title too provocative Painted title right onto surface of painting Not “in the vein” of cubism o A static composition of indications of various positions o All planes remarkably flat o An assemblage of stills, and therefore static o After being rejected, submits to armory show Development of modern art from 19 th century to present 1/3 of works by European artists Incredibly well-attended Muybridge, motion study o Helped nude descending staircase After the armory show, decides to quit painting altogether Adopts a purely intellectual approach o Thinks that before was:
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This note was uploaded on 05/17/2008 for the course HISTORY 11 taught by Professor Muller during the Fall '07 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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- Duchamp Wants to be a painter begins with impressionist landscape Studies at private art school in Paris in 1904 1910 Laundry Barge-Fauve

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