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Pablo Picasso

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Colette Christensen

on 6 February 2015

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Transcript of Pablo Picasso

Family moved to Barcelona in1895

Went to School of Fine Art

Frustrated with Classical Techniques
Born in Malaga, Spain
1881

Full name:
Pablo Diego José Francisco de Paula Juan Nepomuceno María de los Remedios Cipriano de la Santísima Trinidad Clito Ruiz y Picasso

Father was painter and Art Professor
By 13, better than father
Spent days doodling
1900-04 Blue Period
Paintings of beggars, prostitutes, and clowns in shades of blue.

Lonely and deeply depressed over the death of his close friend Carlos Casagemas.
Developed Cubism with George Braque
Married Olga Khokhlova 1918
Tumultuous Relationship -Divorce in 1927
Pablo Picasso
1881 - 1973
Picasso Museum
1901
1896
Picasso's Early Work
Moved to Paris
Rose Period
He was madly in love with a beautiful model named Fernande Olivier
He had the patron - Art Dealer Ambroise Vollard painted
1907
Cubism
Objects are broken apart and reassembled in an abstracted form, highlighting their composite geometric shapes and depicting the object from multiple viewpoints at once to create physics-defying, collage-like effects.
"It made me feel as if someone was drinking gasoline and spitting fire," Braque said.
1918-1927 are considered his Classical Period, a brief return to realism in a career otherwise dominated by experimentation.
Classical Period
1937 Guernica
Surrealism, whose artistic manifestation was an offspring of his own Cubism.

Picasso painted Guernica as a surrealist testament to the horrors of war in black, white and grays, featuring a Minotaur and several human-like figures in various states of anguish and terror.
The Women
Married Jacqueline Roque 1961.
2 wives
He had at least 8 significant women in his life
He had 3 children (2 from his wives, and one from a mistress)
His Legacy
He died at 91
20,000 paintings, sculptures, and drawings
Estimated wealth was $50 million
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