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Violin and Playing Cards on a Table  1913

by Juan Gris

Gris composed this work during a three-month trip in 1913 to the small village of Céret in the Pyrenees. While this painting is not signed or dated, its colorful Cubist style of broad, angular, overlapping planes indicates that it belongs to a group of still lifes produced at this time. Here, Gris has painted a wood-grain table with three playing cards—heart, diamond, and ...
Courtesy of The Metropolitan Museum of Art