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Transcript of PABLO PICASSO
Picasso was born on October
25th, 1881 in Malaga, Spain.
His family moved to Barcelona in 1895 and that's when he attended the school of fine arts. In 1897 he attended Madrid Academy.
He is one of the most known painter (el pintor) in the twentieth century.
One of his famous (famoso) artwork is the Guernica.
It shows the tragedies of war.
His full name is
Pablo Diego José Francisco de Paula Juan Nepomuceno María de los Remedios Cipriano de la Santísima Trinidad Ruiz y Picasso
Picasso's first word was "piz" short for "lápiz".
His father was an artist and started giving him lessons when he was 7.
He was 9 years old when he completed his first painting called "Le picador" a man riding a horse in a bullfight. (1890)
La première communion (First Communion)
This painting was done when he was 15. It is a painting of his father, mother and his sister kneeling before an altar.
Picasso's first job was in Paris with a art dealer Pere Menach. He was paid 150 francs per month. ($750 USD)
The "blue period" started in 1901 after his friend Casagemas committed suicide in Paris. He painted monochromatic paintings in shades of blue. The "blue period" ended in 1904.
The "rose period" came right after the "blue period" in 1904 and ended in 1906. He used warmer and brighter colours, often pink tones.
The "Blue period"
The "Rose period"
Picasso died on April 8th,1973 in Mougins, France.
He was 92 years old.
He has created around 50,000 works of art in his lifetime.
This was his last self-portrait before his death.
It was entitled "Self Portrait Facing Death"
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The "cubism period" was created in 1908 to 1912. There were often grey and blue tones. These paintings focused on forms like the cylinder, sphere and the cone to represent the natural world.
The "Cubism period"