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Pablo Picasso. 25.October 1881 (Spain) – 8 April 1973 (France) 91 years old. Biography. Early life Career beginnings Personal life War years and beyond Death. The Beginning: Childhood and Youth 1881-1901. In 1896 Pablo’s first large “academic’ oil painting The First Communion.

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Pablo picasso

Pablo Picasso

25.October 1881 (Spain) – 8 April 1973 (France)

91 years old


Biography
Biography

  • Early life

  • Career beginnings

  • Personal life

  • War years and beyond

  • Death


The beginning childhood and youth 1881 1901
The Beginning: Childhood and Youth 1881-1901



His second large oil painting science and charity 1897
His second large oil painting Science and Charity (1897)



In february 1901 picasso s friend casagemas committed suicide he painted the death of casagemas
In February 1901 Picasso’s friend Casagemas committed suicide - he painted the Death of Casagemas


1905 family of saltimbanques
1905 Family of Saltimbanques


Cubism 1907 1917
Cubism 1907-1917

"Negro" Period

Analytical Cubism

Synthetic or Collage Cubism


"Negro" PeriodIn 1907Les demoiselles d’Avignonhe tried to combine the angular structures of the “primitive art” and his new ideas about cubism


Analytical CubismBread and Fruit Dish on a Table (1909) splits forms up into facet-like stereo-metric shapes


Synthetic or Collage Cubism cut-and-pasted scraps of material, with only a few lines added to complete the designStill-Life with Chair Caning


Between wars 1918 1936
Between Wars 1918-1936

Classicism and Surrealism



1932 his woman with flower
1932 His Woman with Flower



1956 studio la californie at cannes
1956  Studio ‘La Californie’ at Cannes”



Reinventing the art
Reinventing the Art.

Picasso contributed to the society, by adding more ”angles” to the perspective.

Picasso’s cool perspective:

Normal boring perspective:


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