The Retrato de Dora Maar painting is made by Pablo Picasso at 1936. It is a cubism. It is a style and movement in art, especially painting, in which perspective with a single viewpoint was abandoned and use was made of simple geometric shapes, interlocking planes, and, later, collage. Picasso used basic lines and shapes to paint an abstract portrait. He used many different colors to make his painting more conspicuous and different.
Violin and Pitcher (1910) The move towards [a] more complex kind of painting reaches a climax in the still lifes that Braque painted late in 1909 and early the follwing year, for example ‘Violin and Pitcher’. These paintings give the sensation that Braque has felt his way visually around each object and examined its relationships with the other objects around it from several viewpoints.
Le Banjo, 1967. Hungarian Bela de Kristo (1920-2006) Using a rigorous cubist format, de Kristo's work displays an additional sensitivity and a softened vision of the world. In his early period he was greatly influenced by the Russian Constructivists such as Malevich as well as Picasso's synthetic cubist works.