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  • Pablo Picasso

    GuernicaClick Box to View a Movie of Picassos ArtworkWhat is Cubism?

  • Pablo PicassoSelf Portrait Pablo Picasso was born more than 120 years ago (1881) in Spain. Pablo Picasso made many pieces of art during his lifetime. His work is often divided into three main periods. Blues Period(19011904) Rose Period(19041906) Cubism Period(19091912)

  • The Old Guitarist Gloomy and Dark Monochromatic Tints and shades of blue and blue-green Femme aux Bras Croiss Pablo Picasso Blue Period

  • Garon la Pipe Pablo Picasso Rose Period Characterized by a more Cheery Style Painted many images of Circus Life Reds, Oranges and PinksAcrobat and Young Harlequin

  • Picasso developed Cubism along with another artist, George Braque. The two artists worked side by side during the cubism period.One of the primary goals of cubism was to depart from the traditional understanding of perspective and space.

    What is Cubism?Pablo Picasso Cubism Period

  • Pablo Picasso Cubism PeriodTraditional Painting

    Cubism

  • AbstractSimplified Geometric ShapesRearrangedMore than One Point of View Sometimes Had a Broken Mirror Effect

    Pablo Picasso Cubism PeriodCharacteristics of Cubism

  • Abstract: Does not look like real life Self-PortraitPablo Picasso

  • Simplified Geometric Shapes

    Harlequin The Three Musicians Pablo PicassoJacqueline with Crossed Hands

  • RearrangedPortrait of Marie-Thrse Girl with a BoatPablo Picasso

  • More Than One Point of View

    Nusch luard Girl with a BoatPablo Picasso

  • Broken Mirror EffectPortrait of KahnweilerPablo Picasso

  • AbstractSimplified Geometric ShapesRearrangedMore than One Point of View Sometimes Had a Broken Mirror Effect

    Characteristics of CubismPablo Picasso Cubism