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1916

Picasso

1881 - 1973

by Mike Venezia


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Pablo Picasso’s amazing imagination helped make him one of the greatest artists of the twentieth century. This selection explores the wide range of styles and techniques-from realism to cubism-that Picasso pioneered during his lengthy career, and tells how his work has influenced the course of art history. Reproductions of representative works from each major stage of Picasso’s career accompany the concise text.

Genre: Biography


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Background Information

  • Picasso is not recognized as a great artist, but during his lifetime, some people struggled to understand his original ideas and new style. His works challenged people to think differently about painting.

  • A biography is the story of a real person’s life written by someone else. Biographies may cover the person’s life from birth to death, a part of a person’s life, or an important achievement or event.


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Prior Knowledge

  • What have you learned about imagination from “The Cat Who Became a Poet?”

  • Are there any questions on the Concept/Question Board that this story might answer?


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The

Early Years


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encouraged

He encouraged his son to paint and draw.


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  • Urged or inspired someone to do something

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style

Picasso’s painting style changed over the period of his life more than any other great artist.


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  • The way something is done

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period

Picasso’s painting style changed over the period of his life more than any other great artist.


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  • An amount of time

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Picasso’s

Early Years


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Picasso’s

Early Years

Child With A Dove

Early Self Portrait

Spanish Couple


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The

Blue Period


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starving

At the same time, none of his paintings were selling, and he was almost starving to death.


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  • Very hungry

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controversial

This meant his paintings were controversial.


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  • Causing arguments or different opinions

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Picasso’s

Blue Period

Mother and Child

Le Gourmet

The Tragedy


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The

Rose Period


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circus

Picasso painted a lot of circus people during this time.


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  • A traveling show of acrobats, clowns, horses, riders, and wild animals.

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Picasso’s

Rose Period

Acrobat on a Ball

Woman With Loaves

Lady With Fan

Family of Saltimbanques


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C u b i s m


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Cubism

Cubism was the next style of painting that Picasso developed and made famous.


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  • A style of painting in which the picture is formed by cubes or square shapes

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shocking

Picasso was always shocking people, but when he started painting people who had eyes and noses in the wrong places – well, even some of his closest friends thought he had gone too far.


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  • Surprising and upsetting at the same time

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Picasso’s

Abstract Faces

Woman With Blue Hat

Abstract

Dora Maar Seated

Mother and Son

Girl Reading at Table


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flatter

It became much more colorful and flatter looking.


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  • More flat

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statues

Picasso had just visited Rome, a city filled with statues and monuments.


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  • A carved figure of a person or animal

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monuments

Picasso had just visited Rome, a city filled with statues and monuments.


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  • Anything built to honor a person or animal

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Jefferson Memorial

Lincoln Memorial

Washington Monument


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chiseled

When he returned from his trip, he did a series of paintings in which people look like they’ve been chiseled out of stone, like statues.


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  • Having been cut with a metal tool

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originality

The thing that made Picasso a great artist was his originality.


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  • Newness; freshness

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imagination

He had the imagination to try new and different things through his entire life.


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  • The ability to create new ideas in one’s mind

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scenery

He even made costumes and scenery for plays.


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  • The painted pictures and objects used on stage in a play

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Picasso’s

Cubism Period

Guitar on a Table

Harlequin With

Violin

The Guitar Player

Accordionist


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Vocabulary Review

encouraged

style

period

starving

controversial

circus

Cubism

shocking

flatter

statues

monuments

chiseled

originality

imagination

scenery


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