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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

"Still Life with Coffee and Van Gogh Book" by Jonas Wood, 2013.

"Still Life with Coffee and Van Gogh Book" by Jonas Wood, 2013.