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The first half of the twentieth century witnessed a great rise in new art techniques in different corners of the world. Some artists believed that art gains tremendous height of success once it starts borrowing heavily from nature. This was a technique which is not supported by some of the greatest painters of all time such as Michelangelo and Picasso. According to them art should not try to copy features from nature and it should be at least in two dimensions to make it a completely different experience for viewers. These great artists divided the canvas in two parts and joined different aspects of their paintings into a single form. This technique gave a great new theory to the already existing art of those times.

Picasso was the pioneer of the cubism art form who was greatly inspired by painters such as Paul Cezanne and Jean Dominique. One great feature of Pablo Picasso’s paintings was the inclusion of elements from different sources of art such as traditional and primitive parts of nature which can be commonly found in African regions.

The most emphasized point in Picasso and Heeding Cezanne's arguments was that art should only try to take inspirations from nature and then reassign and reform the features and parts of nature in a completely different from to give it a unique and abstract look on canvas. This new art form was great encouraged by upcoming artists who maintained Picasso’s theory that art should be in its natural and original form without having to take heavy objects from the nature itself. Among these raging art geniuses of those times, a French art expert Louis Vauxcelles tops the list. He was also the first one to develop the term cubism for Picasso’s new art form. He was also of the view that art should discard elements such as materialism and imitation.

The term cubism was highly inspired by geometrical cubes which were used on the canvas to portray a picture in a completely different art form. But many modern thinkers believe that it was not the cubes of geometry that formed the basis of cubism and it was the facet that defined the existence of the cubism art form. This theory was endorsed by many and was applied in the modern art forms.

The use of color in cubism art form is done in an extremely beautiful way to give the portrait a new and original appearance. The creation of sand in a cubist painting makes it a realistic object in an abstract form. This is exactly the reason why cubism painters create a genuine look for their paintings and withdraw the use of a totally imitative picture.

A cubism art is also a great way to decorate homes and in house surroundings. Most of the original collectors of the precious primitive art still love to apply the cubism art forms throughout their house environments. This is a technique which creates a peaceful and stylish effect to each corner of the house and maintains its unique appearance.