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"Accords" Amedee Ozenfant, with Le Corbusier, founded a variant of Cubism called "Purism" since he was disillusioned with Cubism, feeling it had sacrificed its original purity & rigour & had become a mere decorative vehicle.He stressed clarity, serenity, and economy of means by creating still lifes in which he reduced objects to flat planes of neutral colour within a rigid architectonic framework.

"Accords" Amedee Ozenfant, with Le Corbusier, founded a variant of Cubism called "Purism" since he was disillusioned with Cubism, feeling it had sacrificed its original purity & rigour & had become a mere decorative vehicle.He stressed clarity, serenity, and economy of means by creating still lifes in which he reduced objects to flat planes of neutral colour within a rigid architectonic framework.

Pablo Picasso  Still-Life with Lunch I  1962  Linocut in maroon (reddish-brown), gray, and black on cream wove paper 64.1 x 53 cm (image/block); 75.5 x 62.4 cm (sheet)  The Art Institute of Chicago, gift of Frederick Mulder, 2008.553

Pablo Picasso Still-Life with Lunch I 1962 Linocut in maroon (reddish-brown), gray, and black on cream wove paper 64.1 x 53 cm (image/block); 75.5 x 62.4 cm (sheet) The Art Institute of Chicago, gift of Frederick Mulder, 2008.553