Pablo Picasso: The Greatest Artist In The World Of Modern Art

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Pablo Picasso was of Spanish origin born in the city of Malaga. He was born on the 25th of October 1881. Pablo was the son of Don Jose Ruiz and Maria Picasso Lopez. He was a remarkable artist in the field of painting. He was also a sculptor, ceramicist, stage designer, and a poet. Picasso was a prominent figure, especially in the 20th century, because there were many art movements during that time. He had a great impact on the world of art which made him gain many fans and critics alike. He was the creator of Cubism together with Georges Braque. The artist was radical in his work and, as a result, he invented collage and contributed to symbolism and surrealism. Picasso was one of the greatest artists of modern art because he added many works …show more content…
The Rose Period had a lively style with pink and orange colors. They also featured acrobats, harlequins, and the circus people. Checkered patterned clothing depicted the Harlequin, and it became an individual emblem for Picasso. He also had an encounter with Fernande Olivier, a bohemian sculptor who later became his mistress in 1904. During the Rose Period, Olivier appeared in many paintings. Their affectionate relationship influenced these paintings. In 1905, Picasso became the favorite American paint collector called Leo and Gertrude Stein. Later, Sarah and her husband Michael Stein also became collectors of Picasso’s paintings. Picasso painted portraits of Allan Stein and his aunt Gertrude Stein. Gertrude later became Picasso’s patron. She would take his paintings and display them in her salon in …show more content…
He was gifted with artistry from a young age to when he was an old man. Art was part and parcel of his life. Pablo did not do it just for the sake. His artistry, importance, and influence on people cannot disappear. The artist received recognition from the world because participated in the revolution of the 20th century. Even today, his art is being analyzed, critiqued, and discussed. Art teachers introduce Pablo Picasso to their students day in day out. Art institutions also display Picasso’s art for people. His works continue to draw visitors and tourists from all over the

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