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The Magician - Roger de La Fresnaye
The Magician - Roger de La Fresnaye
The Magician - Roger de La Fresnaye
The Magician - Roger de La Fresnaye
The Magician - Roger de La Fresnaye
The Magician - Roger de La Fresnaye
The Magician - Roger de La Fresnaye
The Magician - Roger de La Fresnaye
The Magician - Roger de La Fresnaye
The Magician - Roger de La Fresnaye
The Magician - Roger de La Fresnaye
The Magician - Roger de La Fresnaye
The Magician - Roger de La Fresnaye
The Magician - Roger de La Fresnaye
The Magician - Roger de La Fresnaye
The Magician - Roger de La Fresnaye
The Magician - Roger de La Fresnaye
The Magician - Roger de La Fresnaye
The Magician - Roger de La Fresnaye
The Magician - Roger de La Fresnaye
The Magician - Roger de La Fresnaye

The Magician - Roger de La Fresnaye

As "The Magician" suggests, La Fresnaye's cubism will never be that of Braque and Picasso. His sensitivity to color is resolutely concrete in the present work, where the construction is based on a series of colored geometric shapes, black or white.

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As "The Magician" suggests, La Fresnaye's cubism will never be that of Braque and Picasso. His sensitivity to color is resolutely concrete in the present work, where the construction is based on a series of colored geometric shapes, black or white.

The artist

Born in Le Mans, Roger De La Fresnaye (1885 - 1925) studied at the Julian academy, then at the Ranson academy. He became a student of the Nabi Maurice Denis, whose artistic influence was evident in his early paintings. A trip to Northern Italy in 1911 contributed to the evolution of his painting towards cubism. He was part of the Section d'Or group, or Puteaux group, alongside Marcel Duchamp and Metzinger. He participated in the decoration of the Cubist House and, from 1910, exhibited his works several times at the Salon d'Automne and the Salon des Indépendants. La Fresnaye continued his artistic research on cubism and abstraction until the First World War, which radically weakened his health. His pictorial orientation then changed, moving away from cubism to approach surrealism.
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