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Pablo Picasso

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Artists portrait of Pablo Picasso

Pablo Picasso

  • Born: 25. October 1881 in Malaga
  • Died: 8. April 1973
Pablo Picasso, graphic artist sculptor and ceramic artist, born on 25th October 1881 in Malaga, initiated a series of styles like no other artistic personality. After attending the School of Art in Barcelona and the Academia San Fernandio in Madrid, he moved to Paris in 1904. His Blue Period emerged from 1901, prior to his move, as a first individual figurative style, followed by the so-called Rose Period by 1908. The most important landmark in his work, Les Demoiselles d'Avignon in 1906/07, heralded Analytical Cubism and, with it, he radically revolutionized artistic perception. From 1912, the phase of Synthetic Cubism followed, after an objective 'classic' expression which took on the characteristics of Surrealism in 1925. The culmination of his work is considered to be "Guernica", reflecting events in the Spanish civil war, that was commissioned for the 1937 World Exposition in Paris. After the Second World War, Picasso experimented with new techniques and themes. Lithography and ceramics, the latter produced from 1947 in Vallauris near Cannes, initially dominated his work. His mature late works appeared in the fifties with simplified curved lines and contours and developed, in some cases with a cheerful parody and portraits of women, in the sixties into a serene classicism. Picasso died on 8 April 1973 in Mougins near Cannes. He left behind him an extensive collection of works that is one of the most vital and influential artistic creations of modernity and was used to establish a Picasso Museum both in Paris and in Barcelona.
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The art works of the artist are dominated by the colors white, pastel and gray.