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At once naïve and deceptively sophisticated the geometric forms of Cubiste recall the visual splendour of Art Deco. The effortless movement of straight and curvilinear line work heightens the nod to Doric forms. Decidedly maximalist, perfectly balanced, representative of masterworks of the artistic period.
From the museum to the floor of your home art belongs everywhere; paintings and sculpture presenting a new vision of reality from world famous artists can find its way to stunning art for the floor with woven handmade area rugs. Cubist rugs appear in our collections a hundred years after Cubism as an art movement started early in the 20th Century as the innovation of artists Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque. Since the main idea of Cubism is to decompose realistic subjects into geometric shapes to help give them perspective and distinct impressions, cubist style rugs bring different perspectives of subjects, objects or figures, together in the same picture, resulting in modern designs that appear fragmented and abstracted, Paul Cezanne explained that every visual object could be traceable to geometrical forms and James gives this expression in woven form, using natural fibers such as bamboo viscose, wool, silk, linen, and hemp. Examples of Cubist rugs would be Eva H design by Kevin Walz, Delmonico, Geometry, Raleigh, Miramar, Avalon, Delano, Gilded, Martine and Stones. These cubist style rugs range across our production from Nepal to India and across our constructions. Color palettes featured in Cubist rugs include azure, seamist, bluebottle, Neptune, salsa verde, blackstone, Greystone, garden, currant, orange, aqua, teal, berry, wintermoon, red, pacific, tan, kona, cabernet, pastel, plum, beige, sundial, Indian summer, and harvest.