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Juan Gris

Man and Woman on Bench, 1908/1909

Charcoal, gouache, and watercolor
14 1/2 × 10 7/8 in
36.8 × 27.6 cm
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National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
Washington
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overall (approximate): 36.8 x 27.7 cm (14 1/2 x 10 7/8 in.)
overall (approximate): 36.8 x 27.7 cm (14 1/2 x 10 7/8 in.)
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Courtesy National Gallery of Art, Washington
Juan Gris
Spanish, 1887–1927
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Originally trained in math and physics, Juan Gris moved to Paris in 1906, where he met Pablo Picasso

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Originally trained in math and physics, Juan Gris moved to Paris in 1906, where he met Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque and became involved in the Cubist movement. Gris took a highly mathematical approach to Cubist painting, rendering discrete forms with precision and exactitude, the resulting images almost resembling …

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About the work
National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
Washington
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overall (approximate): 36.8 x 27.7 cm (14 1/2 x 10 7/8 in.)
overall (approximate): 36.8 x 27.7 cm (14 1/2 x 10 7/8 in.)
Image rights
Courtesy National Gallery of Art, Washington
Juan Gris
Spanish, 1887–1927
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Originally trained in math and physics, Juan Gris moved to Paris in 1906, where he met Pablo Picasso

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Originally trained in math and physics, Juan Gris moved to Paris in 1906, where he met Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque and became involved in the Cubist movement. Gris took a highly mathematical approach to Cubist painting, rendering discrete forms with precision and exactitude, the resulting images almost resembling …

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Juan Gris

Man and Woman on Bench, 1908/1909

Charcoal, gouache, and watercolor
14 1/2 × 10 7/8 in
36.8 × 27.6 cm
Permanent collection
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