Summary Of Frida Kahlo And Pablo Picasso

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Both Frida Kahlo and Pablo Picasso lived in the same era to create their artwork. Frida Kahlo and Pablo Picasso are both well-known artist. Both artist have their own style and they both created aesthetic qualities in their artwork. This essay will have information of the artist and the chosen artwork. I’ve chosen The Wounded Deer by Frida Kahlo and The Weeping Woman by Pablo Picasso.
Frida Kahlo is a well-known Mexican Artist. She was born on July 6, 1907, in Coyocoán, Mexico City, Mexico. She died on July 13, 1954 in Mexico City, Mexico. “Her life was marked by physical suffering, started with the polio contracted at the age of five and worsen by her life-dominating event occurred in 1925. A bus accident caused severe injuries to her body
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The Weeping Woman depicted in Picasso 's epic painting Guernica. Focusing on the image of a woman crying, referring to a singular universal image of suffering. He claims that “it 's important, because women are suffering machines.” The emotion in the artwork brings out ugly and uncontrollable emotion on the inside. The abstractive feature of the face represents deep sorrow within one’s emotion that a person may not show. The hand and mouth area also looks like a broken mirror. The artwork has no form and it is very flat due to the manipulation of lines and shape. The lines are sharp, bold and clear throughout the artwork. Picasso uses strong dark lines to pull the fragmented image together. The line work of the hair is very strong, clear, thick and wavy. The shapes in the artwork are mostly geometric but there is also irregular shape. The shapes around the hat area are mostly triangle. The triangle has been cut off into smaller bits to create the whole shape of the hat and the flower. Picasso has used pure colours but as well as complementary colours. The colour blue and orange of the hat are complementary colours as they are from opposite ends of the colour wheel. He used pure blue around the mouth and hand area as an outline but also to fill in small space. The colour being used in this area is a dramatic contrast of monochrome against colour. This area also directs the viewers’ eyes making it the focal point. There is no texture being presented in this artwork. There is no form of space, the back ground is as flat as the foreground. Picasso’s artwork brings out inner emotion using abstractive shapes of the human

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