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Pablo Picasso Guernica Click Box to View a Movie of Picasso’s Artwork What is Cubism?
Pablo Picasso Self Portrait Pablo Picasso was born more than 120 years ago (1881) in Spain. Pablo Picasso made many pieces of art during his lifetime. His work is often divided into three main periods. Blues Period (1901–1904) Rose Period (1904–1906) Cubism Period (1909–1912)
The Old Guitarist Gloomy and Dark Monochromatic Tints and shades of blue and blue-green Femme aux Bras Croisés Pablo Picasso – Blue Period
Garçon à la Pipe Pablo Picasso – Rose Period Characterized by a more Cheery Style Painted many images of Circus Life Reds, Oranges and Pinks Acrobat and Young Harlequin
Picasso developed Cubism along with another artist, George Braque. The two artists worked side by side during the cubism period. One of the primary goals of cubism was to depart from the traditional understanding of perspective and space. What is Cubism? Pablo Picasso – Cubism Period
Traditional Painting Cubism
Abstract Simplified Geometric Shapes Rearranged More than One Point of View Sometimes Had a Broken Mirror Effect Pablo Picasso – Cubism Period Characteristics of Cubism
Abstract : Does not look like real life Self-Portrait Pablo Picasso
Simplified Geometric Shapes Harlequin The Three Musicians Pablo Picasso Jacqueline with Crossed Hands
Rearranged Portrait of Marie-ThérèseGirl with a Boat Pablo Picasso
More Than One Point of View Nusch Éluard Girl with a Boat Pablo Picasso
Broken Mirror Effect Portrait of Kahnweiler Pablo Picasso
Abstract Simplified Geometric Shapes Rearranged More than One Point of View Sometimes Had a Broken Mirror Effect Characteristics of Cubism Pablo Picasso – Cubism
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