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Pablo Picasso

Pablo PICASSO, (1881-1973)

Pablo Picasso is undoubtedly the most famous artist of the twentieth century. During his artistic career, which lasted more than 75 years, he created thousands of works using all kinds of materials: paintings, sculptures, prints and ceramics.

Picasso was born on October 25, 1881, in Malaga, Spain. Already an artistic prodigy at the age of 14, He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Barcelona and from there, he went to the Academy of San Fernando in Madrid. From 1901 to 1904, Picasso entered his so-called Blue Period, named for the blue tonality of Picasso’s paintings. During this time, he frequently changed his residence between Barcelona and Paris. In 1905 and 1906, Picasso’s color and mood radically changed. He became fascinated with the acrobats, clowns, and wandering families of the circus world. He started to paint in subtle pinks and grays, often highlighted in brighter tones. This period became known as his Rose Period.

In 1907, Picasso painted Les Demoiselles d’Avignon, considered the watershed work of the twentieth-century art and an emblem of the Cubist movement.

In the early 1930s, Picasso did a large quantity of graphic illustrations.

In late April 1937, the world learned the shocking news of the saturation bombing of the civilian target of Guernica, Spain by the Nazi Luftwaffe. Picasso responded with Guernica, his great anti-war painting. During the war, Picasso lived in Paris, where he turned his energy to the art of ceramics. From 1947 to 1950, he pursued new methods of lithography. The 1950s saw the beginning of a number of large retrospective exhibits of his works. Pablo Picasso died in southern France in 1973