Zoom Houses in Paris Juan Gris ReplicArt Oil Painting Reproduction
Zoom Houses in Paris Juan Gris ReplicArt Oil Painting Reproduction
Zoom Houses in Paris Juan Gris ReplicArt Oil Painting Reproduction

Houses in Paris

In Houses in Paris, Juan Gris experimented with tropes he learned from Picasso and Georges Braque while retaining his sensibility and color palette. Creating severely flattened architectural spaces and rendering passages of shadow and light on their own plane, Gris applied a modern technique to the urban landscape while drawing on his work as an illustrator for the juxtaposition of shapes, strong tonal contrasts, and overall visual rhythm of the surface.


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Juan Gris

Friend of Pablo Picasso, Juan Gris (1887 - 1927) was a Spaniard from the Paris school. He is considered a pioneer of Cubism. Unlike Picasso, his work did not evolve outside of Cubism, which he raised to a high degree of classicism, like Georges Braque. The theme of still lifes had its preference over other subjects.

His life was short-lived, which perhaps explains why his work has evolved little apart from cubism. He approaches first in an analytical and then synthetic spirit, following the two leaders of the movement, Picasso and Braque. Like Picasso, Juan Gris escaped the Great War because he was Spanish and therefore of neutral nationality. He settled in the Pyrenees and then in Touraine, in his wife's native region.

Original artwork details

Current location: The Guggenheim

Original size: 20.6 x 13.4 in (52.4 x 34.2 cm)

Date created: 1911

Art movement: Cubism

Painting and Framing

Our Painting Process


All our art reproductions are hand-painted by our master copyists. As part of their academic background, they have studied the techniques of old masters and will faithfully reproduce each artwork.


We use the best oil paints (Winsor & Newton or Grumbacher). All our canvases are made of 100% cotton, and have been double-coated with acid-free sizing and gesso primer.

Stretching & Framing

Ready to hang

Our stretcher frames are built using premium-quality kiln-dried wood to ensure a solid & sturdy foundation.  Our canvas stretchings are done by hand, utilizing the same traditional method employed by artists for hundreds of years.  We're committed to providing gallery wraps fastened without tapes, glues, or any other chemicals, thus helping to preserve your artwork well into the future.

Rolled canvas

Unframed rolled canvas orders will arrive rolled inside a protective tube with an extra 1.5" white canvas on all sides so you can easily frame it locally.


1/ Review

We will share photographs of the complete work and request your feedback. Any requested revisions can be added.

2/ Approve

Once the painting has met your satisfaction, we will ask you to do a final approval.

3/ Ship

We will stretch (if you opt for stretching), pack, and deliver the art to you in 3 to 10 days.

Shipping and Returns


Each artwork is painted to order just for you in the size of your choice. That means we are unable to accept returns or exchanges. We can also not make any changes or cancellations to orders after 48 hours.

If your new artwork arrives in anything other than perfect condition for any reason, please let us know, and we will repair or replace the piece!

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Due to extremely high demand each piece can take between 2 to 6 weeks to paint, frame and ship. You'll receive a FedEx tracking number from us as soon as it's in the mail so you can keep an eye on things.

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