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The School of Paris was not a single art movement or institution, but refers to the importance of Paris as a center of Western art in the early decades of the 20th century. Between 1900 and 1940 the city drew artists from all over the world and became a centre for artistic activity.

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A leading figure of the School of Paris, the Spaniard Pablo Picasso (1881–1973) moved to France in 1904. Picasso’s variety of creative styles are representative of the kind of cross-fertilization that transcends the works of the School of Paris artists.

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School of Paris Bechtler Museum of Modern Art - School of Paris Among the many strengths of the Bechtler collection is a large holding of works by artists who practiced in Paris toward the end of World War II and the years following.

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The American School of Paris is a vibrant, international, family-oriented community. Our mission is ...

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About ASP The American School of Paris is an international school with a focus on personal and academic excellence, innovative programs, and global citizenship and community.

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ISP is the only school in France following the three major IB programmes Paris as a Classroom Our city centre location allows us to use the beautiful city of Paris as our classroom.

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About ASP The American School of Paris is an international school with a focus on personal and academic excellence, innovative programs, and global citizenship and community.

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The Canadian Bilingual School of Paris offers an elite half-day high performance program, aligned with a rich academic program all based on the curriculum approved by the Ministry of Education of the province of British Columbia, Canada.

www.tate.org.uk/art/art-terms/s/school-paris

The heyday of the School of Paris was ended by the Second World War, although the term continued to be used to describe the artists of Paris. However, from about 1950 its dominance ceded to the rise of the New York school.

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school of Paris. The center of international art until after World War II, Paris was a mecca for artists who flocked there to participate in the most advanced aesthetic currents of their time.