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1 Pablo Picasso’s Cubism By: Arun, Naeemh, Syafiqah, and Tina

2 When & Where Picasso Lived Pablo Picasso ( ) Birthday: October 25, 1881 Birthplace: Málaga, Spain Death day: April 8, 1973 Death place: Mougins, France Nationality: Spanish

3 Picasso Woman

4 Colors Used Red Yellow/Gold Green Blue Black Pink White Magenta Orange Peach/Skin Color

5 How Do The Colors Help the Composition? The lighter colors on the person make the person stand out from the background, which has darker colors. The background consists of cool colors. The face is mainly filled up by white and yellow. The hair is a bit darker, so it’s green and yellow. The shirt, which is even darker, is made up of red and yellow. The black shadow of the woman is the darkest part of the painting. This painting is cubism.

6 Types of Lines Used The background pretty much only has straight lines. The background of the painting is a cube. The woman’s right shoulder is an oval. The eyeballs are made up of semi-circles. There are curved lines in the hair and for the eyebrows. There are straight lines for the stripes on the woman’s shirt.

7 Emotion/Feelings Received From the Painting The woman looks like she’s upset. There is a red spot on her right cheek. We think that she might have been punched there. That’s what caused her nose to move her left, instead of staying in the middle. However, that spot might show that she’s blushing. The hat that she’s wearing looks like a beret, so we’re guessing that she’s in France. The red rectangle in the middle of her throat might show that she has a sore throat.

8 Marie Therese Walter

9 Colors Used Blue Black Dark Red Yellow Dark Green White Blonde Orange Light Purple Violet

10 How Colors Help the Composition The colors, blue, dark red, light purple, and black, make the painting look sad and solemn.

11 Types of Lines Used There aren’t that many straight lines in the painting. The painting is mainly made up of curve lines.

12 Emotion/Feelings Received From the Painting Happy feelings aren’t expressed or felt in this painting. The woman’s expression is “poker face”.

13 Painting

14 Colors Used Black White, Yellow Red Purple Brown Gray

15 How Colors Help the Composition The woman’s skin color is yellow and white. This reminds us of the Simpsons Family. Her hair is black with strands of white and gray. This shows that she’s old. Maybe around Her red nails show that she likes beauty. Her clothes don’t include light colors, but they look quite well designed. This can mean that she isn’t poor.

16 Types of Lines Used There are numerous curve lines in the woman’s hair. Not that many straight lines were drawn in the painting. The lines drawn in this painting are all blurry, and not fine lines.

17 Emotion/Feelings Received From the Painting She looks rich. We think this because she has a manicure, a well designed dress, and neat hair. There is a slight smile on her mouth. She looks bossy from her hand position.

18 Tete De Femme

19 Colors Used Blonde Red Skin Color, Peach Blue White Green Pink Black

20 Tete De Femme

21 How Colors Help the Composition The light skin help the lips and eye stands out. The dark color also show out.

22 Tete De Femme

23 Types of Lines Used They are not a lot of straight line. They are different kind of line used. A swirl was drawn on her chest.

24 Tete De Femme

25 Emotion/Feelings Received From the Painting I feel calm from the painting, because the colors are not so light and not so dark. She looks like she’s waiting for someone or looking at someone. It looks like she just got her makeup on.

26 Tete De Femme


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