Term: Synthetic cubism
Definition: Synthetic Cubism, unlike Analytical Cubism,
began with materials which were arranged on a flat surface to create a motif, an Assemblage, that became the subject rather than reflecting an actual subject. (See Cubism in Glossary). Source: "Phaidon Dictionary of Twentieth-Century Art"
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