The Musician’s Table

Conté crayon, wax crayon, gouache, cut-and-pasted printed wallpaper, blue and white laid papers, transparentized paper, newspaper, and brown wrapping paper; selectively varnished on canvas | 80 x 60.3cm | 1914

Juan Gris

In 1912, Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso invented the cubist technique known as papier collé, a method of adhering paper elements to a composition to push their break with the tradition of painted representation. Gris occasionally made use of papier...
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