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Pablo Picasso The whole picture
Biography Picasso was born in October 25, 1881 in the town of Malaga, Spain. His father was a professor of drawing. It was at an early age that Picasso's father noticed his ability at drawing and encouraged it. At age ten he joined the local art academy in Barcelona.
Picasso’s early years 1897 Picasso headed for Madrid. While there he entered the Royal Academy of San Fernando. Being he did not care for the teaching there he spent most of his time wandering the streets looking for inspiration for his art. He became greatly influenced by the museum of paintings, where he discovered the Spanish artisans of old.
Moulin de la Galette 1900 The death of Carlos Casagemas 1899-1900 Self portrait 1896 Absinthe Drinker 1901 Woman with a cigarette 1901 Portrait of Soler 1903
1901 The Blue Period After the death of Picasso’s friend Carles Casagemas; Picasso became stricken with grief and guilt which was apparent in his art. He entered what became to be known as the Blue Period.
Le Gourmet 1901 The old guitarist 1903 The Tragedy 1903 Self portrait 1903 La Vie 1903 La Celestina 1904 Woman Ironing 1904
Rose Period 1905-06 It was in the spring of 1904 when Picasso made the permanent move to Paris. In late 1904 Picasso became involved with Fernande Olivier. This relationship brought Picasso out of his depressed shell. Picasso entered what is now known as his Rose Period.
Two youths 1905 Nude boy 1906 The Peasants 1906 Woman in Chemise 1904-05 Lady with a fan 1905 Harlequin Family 1905 La Famille de saltimbanques 1905
Beginning of Cubism1906-09 In 1906 Picasso and his colleague Georges Braque working together started a new way of painting a flat space along with provocative geometric shapes at the same time. This new form of painting was to be called Cubism.
Fruit in a Vase 1909 Pitcher and Bowls 1908 Green pan and Black Bottle 1908 Glass Vessels 1906 Friendship 1908 Pot, Glass and Book 1908 Manuel Pallares 1909
Analytical Cubism 1910-12 By 1910 Picasso and Braque had completely revamped their cubism painting. They took objects and broke them down into pieces to give it different perspectives. This technique was deemed analytical cubism.
Ambroise Vollard 1910 Ma Jolie 1911 Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler 1910 Aficionado 1912 The Glass 1911 Accordionist 1911 Wilhelm Uhde 1910 The Guitar Player 1910
Synthetic Cubism 1912-17 When Picasso and Braque glued a piece of oilcloth onto a canvas and painted around it they came up with synthetic cubism. According to both artist, this is the natural progression of cubism itself.
Guitar and Violin 1912 Clarinet and Violin 1913 Harlequin and Woman with a Necklace 1917 Musical Instruments 1912 Pipe, Glass, Bottle of Vieux Marc 1914 Portrait of a Girl 1914 Still-life with fruit dish on a table 1914-15 Tavern 1914 Woman in an arm chair 1913
Between Wars 1921-38 It was just before World War One when Picasso an Braque stopped working together. After the war Picasso used the emotional unrest from the atrocities of the war to slip back towards the classical form of art and at the same time pushing the boundaries of cubism.
Three musicians 1921 Deux femmes courant sur la plage 1922 Portrait of Maya with doll 1938 Mother and Son 1938 Large still-life with a Pedestal table 1931 Paul as Harlequin 1924
Picasso’s Legend 1937-57 By the end of the 1930’s Pablo Picasso was one of the most famous artists in the world. His art was greatly influenced by the women in his life. Picasso was even asked to capture the brutality of the Spanish Civil war in a painting he named “Guernica”.
Guernica 1937 Woman-Flower 1946 Enfant avec cheval a roulettes 1949 Woman sitting in an armchair 1941
Picasso’s later works 1965-72 It was at this point of Picasso's tremendous career, in which he was at an all time high, as far as production goes. Picasso was able to produce the most paintings in the last 8 years of his life than at any other time during his career as an artist.
Embrace 1971 Rembrandtesque figure and cupid 1969 Musketeer with Pipe 1968 Seated man (self portrait) 1965 L’ Aubade 1965 Seated old man 1970-71 The Sleepers 1965 Self Portrait 1972
Pablo Picasso died April 8 th, 1973 “We all know that art is not truth. Art is a lie that makes us realize the truth, at least the truth that is given to us to understand.” Pablo Picasso
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