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    Pablo Picasso

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    Pablo Picasso may have worked on this painting, Girl Before a Mirror, not ever thinking about the elements and principles of art. When he sat at his easel lovingly looking at his beloved Marie-Therese Walter, it was as if Picasso was having a religious experience painting Marie as if she was the Virgin Mary pondering her child’s fate. As Picasso worked on the 5’4” x 4’3” oil on canvas painting in 1932, he added the elements and principals of art, allowing the painting to flow with a master’s eye and expert hand without giving them a second thought. The basic elements and principles we are learning in class came automatically to Picasso as he painted. What was important to him is that the painting was visually pleasing and complete before…

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    Guernica Pablo Picasso

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    Andrew Ingram Professor Leizer HUM 2250 August 3, 2016 Guernica + 798 Pablo Picassos’ artwork can be found all over the world. A majority of the population no nothing about art, but if Picasso was mentioned many would have heard of him before. One of his most influential works ever was, “Guernica.” The size of this painting was overwhelming and drew audiences in from first glance. Guernica uses shifting perspectives and multiple viewpoints, which are all traits of Picasso’s earlier Cubist…

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    Pablo Picasso Influence

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    The artist Pablo Picasso has greatly impacted the development of modern and contemporary art. His work includes over 20,000 paintings, prints, drawings and much more. Pablo Picasso was born on October 25, 1881, In Málaga, on the southern Spanish coast. Picasso’s father, José Ruiz Blasco, supported the family by teaching drawing at the local art school. At the age of seven, Picasso received formal artistic training from his father in figure drawing and oil painting. His father was a traditional,…

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    Pablo Picasso Timeline

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    Chronological/Timeline: Pablo Picasso (Dakota) You probably know about me I'm the famous artist Pablo Picasso however My birth name was actually Pablo Diego José Francisco de Paula Juan Nepomuceno María de los Remedios Crispiniano de la Santísima Trinidad Ruiz y Picasso. I was never very good at math, science or most things but I loved art. My first word was lapiz which in English translates to pencil. I ideally loved art from the time I said my first word. I was born on October 25, 1881, in the…

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    In the Mind of Pablo Picasso Pablo Picasso once stated, “Every child is an artist”. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.” Pablo Picasso saw the world in a different way. He is what we could call “ahead of his time”. He was not as appreciated as much as you may think even though, his view on art was different and unique. He influenced modern art in two ways. He showed people a different way to view art itself, and Picasso created a style of his own. Pablo Picasso was born on…

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    Since the beginning of history, art has been used as a way to express the feelings a nation faces during one of society’s biggest tragedies: war. When the city of Guernica in Spain was mercilessly bombed by the Luftwaffe, Pablo Picasso began working on his painting titled Guernica to show the Spaniard’s disdain for the war. Similarly, Bernie Boston captured his photograph titled Flower Power during a protest for the Vietnam War. These two works of art share many differences, both obvious and…

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    Picasso was born in Málaga, Spain on October 25, 1881. Son of Dona Maria and Don Jose Ruiz Blasco, his father being a painter and art teacher helped build Pablo’s background. Pablo Picasso was one of the most influential artists of the 20th century. Throughout Pablo’s career, we see many different periods of art such as- the Blue Period, Rose Period, Cubism, Classical Period, and Surrealism- each period resembled the experiences of his life. Emotion was expressed through each and every one of…

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    Pablo Picasso, one of the most well-know painters of the interwar period, immersed himself into the art world through his formal art training, religious beliefs, and foreign travels. Pablo Picasso, born in Málaga, Spain on October 25, 1881, experienced World War 1 and the interwar period at the prime of his art years. At 37 years old when the interwar period started, he and by then had developed many styles of his own. Following traditional beliefs of the 1880’s Picasso was baptized into the…

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    hidden within. Pablo Picasso executed this awlessly, and created the title for himself, the face of Cubism. Pablo Picasso was born October 25, 1881, in Malaga, Spain. He came from a middle-class background. Pablo had a two sisters, Conchita and Lola. His father, José Ruiz Blasco, was a professor in the School of Arts and Crafts. He was an amazing painter whose works consisted of birds and other game. Pablo admired his father and watched him create his masterpieces.…

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    Pablo Picasso was born in 1881 in Spain. In 1900, he moved to France, where he began his career as a painter. He was a painter, printmaker, and sculptor. Picasso is well known for his introduction and development of Cubism along with Georges Braque. He is also well known for his modern approach to painting. ("Pablo Picasso and His Paintings.") Picasso also invented the style of collage and contributed to the art movements of Symbolism and Surrealism. Picasso first emerged as a Symbolist, which…

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