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Which earlier artist inspired Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso in their development of Cubism? Answer Manet van Gogh C zanne Gauguin
Gauguin.....This inspiration to cross-reference art from different cultures probably came from Paul Gauguin, the French post-impressionist artist, [ whose paintings and prints were influenced by the native culture of Tahiti and the Marquesas Islands where he spent his final years. ]
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Why did the Society of Men of Letters refuse to accept Rodin's Monument to Balzac, forcing him to return the advance payments?
Weegy: Rodin was in the awkward position that his admirers, who tried to collect FF 30,000 to purchase his refused 'Balzac Monument' and put it at a public space, were mainly supporters of the imprisoned Jewish officer Dreyfus. [ In his open letter J´accuse, Zola had taunted the military leaders with a conspiracy against the innocent captain. Zola was summoned to court and condemned; the confrontation between the left-wing intellectuals and the conservative forces split the French nation. The association between Zola and Rodin may have been one of the reasons the 'Balzac Monument' was meeting so much resistance. But Rodin, unwilling to provoke the reigning powers, remained silent and refused to put his name under Mirbeau's manifest to support Zola, so that Jean Ajalbert scolded the stubborn sculptor for cowardice. In fact, Rodin was politically much more conservative than he admitted in public. The Norwegian author and painter Christain Krohg, who visited Rodin at that time, complained: "Rodin is a glowing anti-Dreyfusard and anti-Semite...". ] (More)
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