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The life of Pablo Ruiz Y Picasso
Transcript of The life of Pablo Ruiz Y Picasso
Presentation by: Grace Moore, Andrea Slusher, Ryland Ketcham, and Iyan Cirillo
Where it all began
Picasso was born on October 25, 1881 in Málaga, Spain.
His mother was Maria Picasso Lopez.
His father, a professor of
, was José Ruiz Blasco.
Picasso made his first
when he was 10.
Picasso was a very poor student in school.
-Pablo Diego José Francisco de Paula Juan Nepomuceno María de los Remedios Cipriano de la Santísima Trinidad Martyr Patricio Clito Ruíz y Picasso.
Picasso died on April 8,1973 at the age of 91.
Olga Khokhlova-wife(1918-55) Jacqueline Roque-wife (1961-73)
José Ruiz Blasco-father
Maria Ruiz Picasso-mother
Paul Joseph Picasso-son
Claude Pierre Pablo Picasso-son
In Paris, he befriended Max Jacob, a poet, an
named Guillaume Apollinaire, the tradesmen Ambroise Vollard, and some rich American residents.
Picasso's blue period
Picasso's Blue Period lasted between 1900-1904. During this period, he only painted blue and greenish-blue colors. He made some of his most popular paintings during this period. His blue period reflects poverty, street beggars, and the blind people.
The rose period lasted from 1904-1906. This period uses cheerful orange and pinks in contrast to the blue colors. Pablo started the rose period when he met his friend, Fernande Olivier. Although the blue period is much more popular, the rose period is more of an art-historical importance.
The African Period lasted from 1907-1909. During this period, he incorporated African influence into his paintings. Picasso received an ancient African sculpture and was inspired to create his own. Later on in his life, he would deny he had been inspired by African art.
There are two branches of cubism: Analytic Cubism and Synthetic Cubism. Analytic cubism lasted from 1909-1912. During the analytic cubism period, Picasso took apart objects and "analyzed" them in terms of their shapes. Synthetic Cubism lasted from 1912-1919. Picasso cut paper fragments and pasted them into compositions.