By John Golding
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For interaction of colours which produced a sense of form whereas had simpler meaning of the combination of different aspects of objects or people in motion into a single painting. For pictorial it, painting by Carra entitled Simultaneitd, which meant the simultaneous presence Delaunay and space it was the in a picture, in a painting of the three elements of line, form and colour, all used in a system of deliberate contrasts. Futurists, however, undoubtedly had an influence on the terminology of French painting and literature, and the bewildering mass of 'isms' springing up in 1913 l Lacerba, and 1914 1 reflects also some of the spiritual restlessness which Futurism August 1913.
Most directly concerned, were at this period 1 the Cubists had been surprised by the violent reactions which they had aroused previously, they seem to have been anxious to attract as much atten- The Vernissage was held from nine until midnight, for which the only precedent was the initial opening of the Salon d'Automne in 1903. 2 Invitations were issued to vast numbers of people, and many of the guests had to be turned away. Lectures by Apollinaire, Hourcade and Raynal were advertised, and a review, La Section d'Or, was published to tion as possible with this exhibition.
The painters involved were Gleizes, Metzinger, Laurencin, Jacques Villon, Duchamp- Villon, Picabia, La Fresnaye and Tobeen. Auguste and Claude Perret were 3  THE HISTORY AND CHRONOLOGY OF CUBISM certain independent reputation, mixed cautiously onwards was generally referred to as a Cubist, in Cubist circles, but him exemption from the unfavourable style often gained from 1911 although his somewhat academic criticism directed at the other painters. The most Juan Gris. moved new significant A figure to join the group, however, was undoubtedly Spaniard like Picasso, Gris had arrived in Paris in 1906 and had into a studio adjacent to Picasso's in the Bateau Lavoir.