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The Coffee Mill (Le moulin a cafe), 1916 - Juan Gris - Framed art Print

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Type: Art Print

Collections: 20th Century Artists,  Cubism,  Juan Gris,  Modern Art,  Still Life,  Tables,  


  • Framed Cubism art print (36 x 28 cm) by Juan Gris.
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  • Framed Size is 36 x 28 cm.
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About this artwork

Juan Gris, a Spanish artist, spent the majority of his life living and working in France. As a personal preference, Gris chose to develop his distinct style of cubism using vibrant and harmonious colours, straying away from the monochrome palette typically favoured by most cubists. It was in 1916 when he created 'The Coffee Mill (Le moulin a cafe)', a piece that showcased his exploration into Synthetic Cubism. Art historians often split cubism into two parts: analytical and synthetic. Synthetic cubism is recognised as the point when artists started incorporating patterns and textures, like newspaper, into their works.



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About the artist

Spanish artist Juan Gris (1887-1927), a painter, sculptor, illustrator, and designer, primarily operated in Paris after moving there in 1906. Initially, he sustained himself through whimsical illustrations for various magazines, not delving into serious painting until around 1910. Influenced heavily by Picasso, Gris quickly adopted the Cubist style, and by 1912, he was regarded as a key Cubist artist, second only to Picasso and Braque. Gris later refined his unique approach to Synthetic Cubism, where he employed papier collé extensively. He often described his work as 'flat, coloured architecture,' with a systematic visual analysis surpassing even Picasso and Braque. Gris pulled inspiration from his immediate environment, focusing on still lifes, landscapes, and portraits, but he created his images from preconceived notions rather than external objects. He once commented, "I strive to materialise the abstract... I create a specific bottle from a cylinder, unlike Cézanne, who transforms a bottle into a cylinder.

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