Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque
Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) and Georges Braque (1882-1963) were the two earliest modern they become cofounders of the cubist movement
Picasso’s collages include Still Life with a Chair Caning (1911-1912); Guitar. Sheet Music and Wine Glass; and Man with a Guitar. Fruit Dish and Glass (1912) and Violin and Pipe (1913) are among Braque’s collages.
One of the founders of the surrealist and the dada movements, Max Ernst (1891-1976) never received any formal training in art. His collages include Le Limacon de Chambre (1920) and The Postman Ceval (1932).
Better known today for his photography, Man Ray (1890-1976) considered himself a painter. His collages include Involute (1917) and The Revolving Doors (1916-1917), a series of ten collages.
Hannah Hoch (1889-1978) was a German artist who was the first woman accepted in the Dada Movement. In 1919, Hoch was the first artist to create a photomontage. Among her collages are Hochfinanz (1923), Equilibre (1925) and Made for a Party (1936).
American collage master Romare Bearden (1911-1988), Bearden was a composer, a cartoonist, social worker, an author and a civil rights activist. His collages include Pittsburg Memory (1964), Return of the Prodigal Son (1967) and The Calabash (1970).