2.1 Guernica by Picasso
2.2 Les demoiselles d'avignon
2.3 Picasso weeping woman
2.4 Picasso still life
2.5 Picasso three musicians
2.6 Picasso bull
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Pablo Picasso is a famous drawer in the history of cubism art. He explored many different themes, often simultaneously, in different styles and medias. Picasso painting in new ways of represents modern visual experiences while drawing on the history of art for inspiration. Guernica by Picasso has had an enormous impact on generations of artists from his contemporaries to today's artistic senior statesmen. Among those who responded to paintings of Picasso are some of the best-known American artists of the modern era, including Stuart Davis, Willem de Kooning, Arshile Gorky, John Graham, Jasper Johns, Roy Lichtenstein, Jackson Pollock, David Smith, and Max Weber. These painters directly and openly interpreted paintings Picasso, appropriated his palette, or used the style of Pablo Picasso Guernica as a point of departure. Spanish and American Art assembles nearly 150 pieces by these, then other Americans alongside the paintings that inspired them, offering unprecedented insights into the way Picasso paintings aesthetically informed a country what Pablo himself never visited. This gives us a rare context for considering modern paintings.
Painter Picasso was borned in the port city of Málaga in south Spain. His father was an art teacher. 9-year-old Picasso went to Paris and lived as a low class in the society. At that time painter Picasso drew some oil paintings on his friends in poverty. This is the so-called Blue Period because that Picasso painting in this period was filled with cold blue. In 1897 his realism became tinged with Symbolist influence, in a series of landscape paintings by Picasso rendered in non naturalistic violet and green tones. Many famous Picasso paintings of gaunt mothers with children date from blue period.
After the age of 32, the main feature of Picasso painting is the rich shaping
methods, namely the use of space, colors and lines in shaping the figure, which brought a recall of Cézanne. From then on, the painter entered
a continuous restless exploration. Paintings by Picasso are much like his life without any integration, continuation and stability. He also
based on works by Goya,
Courbet and Delacroix. His ideas are flexible and diversified but he is always faithful to
freedom. Picasso was the only painter in the world who was completely unrestrained to recreate the world with such a striking honesty and innocent creativity.
Paintings of Picasso have no rules to follow, in genres from naturalism to Expressionism, Classicism to Romanticism, and then back to the Realism. The style of paintings Picasso changes from specific to abstract. Escaped from any constraint and holy view in the universe, only absolutely freedom is unchangeable in painting by Picasso. Picasso's Guernica doesn't display in particularly recognizable objects but allows the painter's imagination to be expressed freely on the canvas.
Les Demoiselles d'Avignon
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Dimensions 349 cm × 776 cm (137.4 inch × 305.5 inch)
Where is it? Museo Reina Sofia, Madrid, Spain.
It was finished in 1937. Guernica by Picasso is the most famous oil painting of Pablo as well as a super-realistic masterpiece with great influence and historical significance. Pablo Picasso Guernica was for the Spain pavilion of the exposition in Paris in 1937, in the commission of government of Republic of Spain. Guernica by Picasso depicts the Germany air force’s outrage of bombing Guernica in Spain. Observing Picasso's Guernica carefully, we can find that all the shapes and images in the rectangle space are arranged in a pyramid composition and divided into four segments orderly. It depicted suffering people, animals, and buildings wrenched by violence and chaos in Pablo Picasso Guernica.
The mural-size Guernica by Picasso was exhibited by the painter at the Spanish display at Paris International Exposition in 1937, and then at other venues around the world.
Collage and oil paintings
One is collected at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York City; the other is found in the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Picasso 3 Musicians is the title of two similar collage and oil paintings. Both items were completed in Fontainebleau near Paris, and exemplify the Synthetic style of Picasso cubist paintings.
In each of Three Musicians Picasso features a Harlequin, a Pierrot, and a monk. People today believe that they represent Picasso, Guillaume Apollinaire, and Max Jacob.
still life painting into three-dimensional space. This composition is closely related to painting by Picasso of the period, it looks that Picasso still life appears to depict a table top or small sideboard, a knife, a beer glass, or two slices of sausage and a slice of cheese or pâté.
At first glance, still life Picasso might seem a mish-mash of forms instead of clear painting. But we can understand the painting of Picasso if only break down Cubist pictorial language into parts. Let's analysis Picasso still life, e.g. almost at the edge of the canvas there is the handle of a knife. Follow it to the left of the painting Picasso to find the blade. The knife cuts a piece of citrus fruit. You can make out the rind in Picasso still life and the segments of the slice at the bottom right corner of the blade.
Put simply, Picasso cubism paintings want us to remember that the still life is something different from that which it represents.