Pablo Ruiz Picasso (* Oktober in Málaga, Spanien; † 8. April in Mougins, wurde seine Schwester Dolores (Lola) und seine Schwester Concepción (Conchita) geboren. Picasso beschrieb die künstlerischen. Pablo Ruiz y Picasso wurde am Oktober als Sohn des Malers José Ruiz Blasco und dessen Frau María Picasso López in Málaga geboren. Seine. Pablo Picasso Picasso zeigte früh Anlagen für eine Begabung zum Malen und Zeichnen, er soll bereits als Kleinkind jede Sandfläche genutzt haben, um.
Pablo Picasso 1881-1973Pablo Ruiz Picasso (* Oktober in Málaga, Spanien; † 8. April in Mougins, wurde seine Schwester Dolores (Lola) und seine Schwester Concepción (Conchita) geboren. Picasso beschrieb die künstlerischen. Pablo Ruiz y Picasso) wird als Sohn des Malers José Ruiz Blasco und dessen Frau María Picasso López in Málaga geboren. Besuch der Kunstschule in. Der Spanier wurde als Pablo Ruiz y Picasso in Malaga geboren. Schon im Alter von 14 Jahren wurde er an der Akademie La Llotja in Barcelona zugelassen.
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His progress can be traced in the collection of early works now held by the Museu Picasso in Barcelona, which provides one of the most comprehensive records extant of any major artist's beginnings.
In the same year, at the age of 14, he painted Portrait of Aunt Pepa , a vigorous and dramatic portrait that Juan-Eduardo Cirlot has called "without a doubt one of the greatest in the whole history of Spanish painting.
In , his realism began to show a Symbolist influence, for example, in a series of landscape paintings rendered in non-naturalistic violet and green tones.
What some call his Modernist period — followed. His exposure to the work of Rossetti , Steinlen , Toulouse-Lautrec and Edvard Munch , combined with his admiration for favourite old masters such as El Greco , led Picasso to a personal version of modernism in his works of this period.
Picasso made his first trip to Paris , then the art capital of Europe, in There, he met his first Parisian friend, journalist and poet Max Jacob , who helped Picasso learn the language and its literature.
Soon they shared an apartment; Max slept at night while Picasso slept during the day and worked at night. These were times of severe poverty, cold, and desperation.
Much of his work was burned to keep the small room warm. Soler solicited articles and Picasso illustrated the journal, mostly contributing grim cartoons depicting and sympathizing with the state of the poor.
The first issue was published on 31 March , by which time the artist had started to sign his work Picasso. Picasso" until The change does not seem to imply a rejection of the father figure.
Rather, he wanted to distinguish himself from others; initiated by his Catalan friends who habitually called him by his maternal surname, much less current than the paternal Ruiz.
Picasso's Blue Period — , characterized by sombre paintings rendered in shades of blue and blue-green only occasionally warmed by other colours, began either in Spain in early or in Paris in the second half of the year.
In his austere use of colour and sometimes doleful subject matter—prostitutes and beggars are frequent subjects—Picasso was influenced by a trip through Spain and by the suicide of his friend Carles Casagemas.
Starting in autumn of , he painted several posthumous portraits of Casagemas culminating in the gloomy allegorical painting La Vie , now in the Cleveland Museum of Art.
The same mood pervades the well-known etching The Frugal Repast ,  which depicts a blind man and a sighted woman, both emaciated, seated at a nearly bare table.
Blindness, a recurrent theme in Picasso's works of this period, is also represented in The Blindman's Meal , the Metropolitan Museum of Art and in the portrait of Celestina The Rose Period —  is characterized by a lighter tone and style utilizing orange and pink colours and featuring many circus people, acrobats and harlequins known in France as saltimbanques.
The harlequin, a comedic character usually depicted in checkered patterned clothing, became a personal symbol for Picasso. Picasso met Fernande Olivier , a bohemian artist who became his mistress, in Paris in The generally upbeat and optimistic mood of paintings in this period is reminiscent of the — period i.
Their older brother Michael Stein and his wife Sarah also became collectors of his work. Picasso painted portraits of both Gertrude Stein and her nephew Allan Stein.
Gertrude Stein became Picasso's principal patron, acquiring his drawings and paintings and exhibiting them in her informal Salon at her home in Paris.
The Steins introduced him to Claribel Cone and her sister Etta, who were American art collectors; they also began to acquire Picasso's and Matisse's paintings.
Eventually Leo Stein moved to Italy. In , Picasso joined an art gallery that had recently been opened in Paris by Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler , a German art historian and art collector who became one of the premier French art dealers of the 20th century.
He was among the first champions of Pablo Picasso, Georges Braque and the Cubism that they jointly developed. Formal ideas developed during this period lead directly into the Cubist period that follows.
Analytic cubism — is a style of painting Picasso developed with Georges Braque using monochrome brownish and neutral colours. Both artists took apart objects and "analyzed" them in terms of their shapes.
Picasso and Braque's paintings at this time share many similarities. In , Picasso was arrested and questioned about the theft of the Mona Lisa from the Louvre.
Apollinaire in turn implicated his close friend Picasso, who had also purchased stolen artworks from the artist in the past. Afraid of a conviction that could result in his deportation to Spain, Picasso denied having ever met Apollinaire.
Both were later cleared of any involvement in the painting's disappearance. Between and , Picasso began a series of paintings depicting highly geometric and minimalist Cubist objects, consisting of either a pipe, a guitar or a glass, with an occasional element of collage.
Picasso included declarations of his love for Eva in many Cubist works. Picasso was devastated by her premature death from illness at the age of 30 in Braque and Derain were mobilized and Apollinaire joined the French artillery, while the Spaniard Juan Gris remained from the Cubist circle.
During the war, Picasso was able to continue painting uninterrupted, unlike his French comrades. His paintings became more sombre and his life changed with dramatic consequences.
Kahnweiler's contract had terminated on his exile from France. During the spring of , Apollinaire returned from the front wounded.
They renewed their friendship, but Picasso began to frequent new social circles. After returning from his honeymoon and in need of money, Picasso started his exclusive relationship with the French-Jewish art dealer Paul Rosenberg.
As part of his first duties, Rosenberg agreed to rent the couple an apartment in Paris at his own expense, which was located next to his own house. This was the start of a deep brother-like friendship between two very different men, that would last until the outbreak of World War II.
Khokhlova introduced Picasso to high society, formal dinner parties, and other dimensions of the life of the rich in s Paris.
The two had a son, Paulo Picasso,  who would grow up to be a motorcycle racer and chauffeur to his father. Breaking from the extreme modernism he drew and painted work reminiscent of Raphael and Ingres.
This was just a prelude before Picasso seemingly effortlessly began to combine his modernist concepts with his skill into surrealist masterpieces like Guernica , , a frenzied and masterful combination of style that embodies the despair of war.
Guernica is considered as the most powerful anti-war statement of modern art. It was done to showcase Picasso's support towards ending the war, and condemnation on fascism in general.
From the beginning, Picasso chooses not to represent the horror of Guernica in realist or romantic terms. Key figures - a woman with outstretched arms, a bull, an agonized horse - are refined in sketch after sketch, then transferred to the capacious canvas, which he also reworks several times.
The dark color and monochrome theme were used to depict the trying times, and the anguish which was being suffered. Guernica challenges the notions of warfare as heroic and exposes it as a brutal act of self-destruction.
The works was not only a practical report or painting but also stays as a highly powerful political picture in modern art, rivaled by a few fresco paintings by Mexican artist Diego Rivera.
Picasso's final works were a mixed between the many styles he'd embraced throughout his life. He dared to make sculptures larger and his paintings more expressive and colorful.
Towards the end of his career, Picasso enjoyed examining Classical works that had influenced his development over the years, and produced several series of variations of paintings of Old Master, including Rembrandt , Diego Velazquez , and Edouard Manet, the founder of modern traditions.
Many of these pieces are still influential in the art world today; and, in fact, due to the vision and distinct creative style, are still among some of the most innovative pieces which have been introduced to the art world, even during recent years.
A multitude of paintings Picasso painted during his final years are now widely accepted as the beginning of the Neo-Expressionism movement. When Picasso died at age 91 in April , he had become one of the most famous and successful artist throughout history.
Leonardo da Vinci of the 20th Century, Picasso's true greatness and significance lie in his dual role as revolutionary and traditionalist at once.
Uniquely in the 20th century he was capable of radical innovation on the one hand but on the other of continuing traditional lines.
Thus in Les Demoiselles d'Avignon he vanquished the representational picture, while in Guernica he revive the genre of historical painting in a new form.
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What if Japan never attacked Pearl Harbor? Picasso heeft tijdens zijn leven enorm veel kunstwerken gemaakt. Tijdens Picasso's blauwe periode, de tijd dat hij in armoede in Parijs woonde , maakt hij sombere schilderijen in donkere en sombere kleuren, hoofdzakelijk blauw, groen, zwart en paars.
Deze kleuren symboliseren de koude, de dood en kwetsbaarheid van het bestaan. Voorbeelden van werken uit Picasso's blauwe periode zijn Desemparats en The Madman Geleidelijk werd Picasso bekender en kreeg hij zijn eerste successen.
Ook kreeg hij aan het einde van zijn blauwe periode een relatie met Fernande Olivier. Picasso werd minder somber, wat in zijn schilderijen tot uitdrukking kwam door het gebruik van zachte tinten blauw en roze.
In Parijs kwam Picasso in aanraking met primitieve Afrikaanse en Polynesische beeldhouwwerken, die hem inspireerden tot het afbeelden van totemfiguren en maskers in zijn schilderijen.
Picasso experimenteerde constant met nieuwe technieken en werkte aan een minder naturalistische, meer geometrische stijl.
Door een hardere en strakkere uitdrukkingswijze en het gebruik van meer en dikkere lagen verf ontstond een geheel nieuwe stijl: het kubisme. Samen met Georges Braque wordt Picasso gezien als uitvinder van deze moderne kunststroming.
Door de uitbraak van de Eerste Wereldoorlog moesten veel vrienden van Picasso in militaire dienst, waardoor Picasso zich eenzaam en afgezonderd voelde.
Picasso kon zich niet meer concentreren op zijn werk en werd depressief. In werd Picasso door Jean Cocteau meegenomen naar Rome, waar hij achterdoeken, decors en kostuums ging ontwerpen voor een Russisch balletgezelschap genaamd Les Ballets Russes.
Picasso verdiepte zich in de klassieke kunst en trouwde een lid van het balletgezelschap. Picasso's nieuwe vrouw maakte van hem een kunstenaar voor de hogere kringen.
In deze periode maakte Picasso vooral schilderijen die doen denken aan de stijl van de renaissance en het neoclassicisme.
Voorbeelden van klassieke werken van Picasso zijn De absintdrinker en Zelfportret. Tussen en ontstond in Europa een nieuwe kunststroming die uiteindelijk net zo belangrijk werd als het kubisme: het surrealisme.
In zijn surrealistische periode maakte Picasso surrealistische schilderijen en ijzerdraadconstructies. Een voorbeeld van een surrealistisch werk van Picasso is De dans.
Via het surrealisme kwam Picasso terecht bij abstracte werken. Hij ging steeds abstracter werken, maar er bleef altijd sprake van figuratie.
Voorbeelden van abstracte werken van Picasso zijn Abstract hoofd en Abstract portret. Dit is de meest bekende periode, ook wel de Picasso-stijl genoemd.
Zie lijst van schilderijen in abstracte periode van Pablo Picasso. No desaparece gradualmente a medida que envejece. Penrose, Roland Consultado el 25 de enero de El Mundo Consultado el 3 de abril de La Voz de Galicia.
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