Portrait of Madame H. M. Barzun
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Artist: Albert Gleizes, French, 1881-1953
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Once the group disbanded, the Barzun family moved to the city of Paris where their home became an avant-garde salon, with regular visits by Gleizes, the writer Guillaume Apollinaire, and the artists Alexander Archipenko, Jean Cocteau, Marcel Duchamp, Fernand Léger, and Jean Metzinger. In 1912, the year after this portrait was painted, Gleizes and Metzinger published Du Cubisme, the first major treatise on Cubism.
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