By John Golding
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In the spring of the following year visited in his studio in Paris Marc and Macke. While in Paris may have known and he the rapidly growing Rupf collection in Berne, but he remained most impressed by Delaunay's which colour, by Paul Klee, and later on by Klee saw and admired Cubist works at Uhde's, scientific approach to the handling of with his own ideas; in the autumn of 1912 he translated fitted in some of Delaunay's notes on Der Sturm. The climax light for the review of Delaunay's success in Germany came when he was given a large one-man show at the Walden Gallery travelled to Germany Germans, since in Berlin early in 1913; both much like so was simultaneously a more of their Delaunay and Apollinaire Orphism appealed particularly for the opening.
L March 1914. November-December 1913. *L'Intransigeant, 18 March 1913. , *Montjoie, Special Supplement on the Salon des Independants, March 1913. ' 1 This Cubists, the Futurists may of Parisian artists are being influenced have been to a certain extent true. it by Unlike the had never limited the colours on their palettes and were concerned with a wide range of subject-matter, so that they may have contributed Cubism was undergoing. Certainly Cubism and was even considered by some to the general 'loosening-up' process that pictorial Futurism owed a great deal to be, like Orphism, an off-shoot of to although it, development was exactly the its who had broken away and formulated new stylistic and aesthetic principles.
4. The Trattato della Pittura appeared translation by Peladan in 1910.  in a French THE HISTORY AND CHRONOLOGY OF CUBISM that the paintings shown had a more profound and rational basis. Perhaps was however, and working If it have a wider, more general meaning. The three organizers, felt also to many of the painters in a Cubist idiom. most directly concerned, were at this period 1 the Cubists had been surprised by the violent reactions which they had aroused previously, they seem to have been anxious to attract as much atten- The Vernissage was held from nine until midnight, for which the only precedent was the initial opening of the Salon d'Automne in 1903.