Juan Gris – Spanish Cubist Artist

Juan Gris (1887-1927) was a Spanish painter and sculptor who is most commonly associated with the Cubist movement of the early 20th century. In Cubism, art pieces are broken up into pieces and then reassembled in an abstracted form to allow them to be viewed from multiple viewports. Juan was close friends with another Cubist painter, Pablo Picasso, but instead focused on synthetic cubism where objects were no longer recognizable in their original form, but took on new forms. Juan experimented with different materials as well adapting a collage technique in numerous works. Our collection of patterns includes a broad sampling of his cubism style including Guitar and Pipe, Portrait of Picasso, Harlequin with Guitar, The Packet of Cigars, Violin and Checkerboard, the Bull Fighter, Landscape with Houses at Ceret, and A Man in a Café.

Patterns Included In This Set

Guitar and Pipe

Glass of Beer and Playing Cards

Violin and Checkerboard

Portrait of Picasso

The Bottle of Anis del Mono


Still Life with Checked Tablecloth

Newspaper and Fruit Dish

The Guitar

Still Life with Fruit Dish and Mandolin

Harlequin with Guitar

Le Canigou

Landscape with Houses at Ceret

Man in a Café

Landscape at Ceret

Still Life before an Open Window

Harlequin at a Table

The Packet of Cigars

Portrait of Maurice Raynal

Landscape at Beaulieu

Woman with a Mandolin



Seated Woman

Pears and Grapes on a Table

Still Life with Oil Lamp

Guitar and Music Paper

The Bull Fighter

Still Life with a Guitar

Broc et Verre