Who Was Pablo Picasso? by True KelleyFor those kids like pets, they must find themselves in the book. Picasso is a pet lover. Apart from dogs and turtle, he even had a rat, a monkey and a goat. He drew and invented his artistic language and symbols for the subject. He drew what he thought not what he saw. He tried to use different media apart from paint brush, collage, and etching. Kids would be very familiar with his art projects in reading the books as these are used in VA lessons nowadays. Kids might not know how hard did he try at first.
He drew industrially from a young age. He painted continuously with Baroque for 5 years. He might be the luckiest artist at the time. He was famous, rich and successful. A friend committed suicide. And a lot more were in living without enough food on the table. Even Picasso was once very poor with not enough food to eat that his dog, Frika, pulled a string of sausage to him. What does this tell us?
The life of Picasso is inspirational not only to kids. His love of art, his hard-work, his lovers and his courage to do something different, in his own way. His is a successful story and not always, we have one. Does it matter?
He created between 1, and 1, paintings between the time of his first art classes at age 7 and his death at Realizing that no Picasso top list can be uncontroversial, our humble attempt includes famous works from each of his many phases, shining light on the entirety of his impressive career. In , Picasso fell in love with Fernande Olivier, and altered the direction of his style in two profound ways. First, in a transition from grief to romance, he stopped painting in blue hues and shifted to shades of pink. Second, he transitioned away from meticulous renderings of the human form toward more stylized human depictions. The most famous example from this period is Boy with a Pipe.
Pablo Picasso was the most dominant and influential artist of the 1st half of the 20th century. Associated most of all with pioneering Cubism , he also invented collage and made major contribution to Surrealism. He saw himself above all as a painter, yet his sculpture was greatly influential, and he also explored areas as diverse as printmaking and ceramics. Finally, he was a famously charismatic personality, the leading figure in the Ecole de Paris. His many relationships with women not only filtered into his art but also may have directed its course, and his behavior has come to embody that of the bohemian modern artist in the popular imagination. Picasso rejected Matisse's view of the primary importance and role of colour, and focused instead on new pictorial ways of representing form and space.
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