Biography: The Life and Art of Pablo Picasso!
Pablo Picasso was a Spanish painter, sculptor, printmaker, ceramicist, stage designer, poet and playwright.
VIDEO: This Is Picasso’s Most Significant Painting Ever
Spanish-born painter Pablo Picasso was so shook by the wanton destruction and murder in his homeland that he produced Guernica, a painting that is considered by many the best anti-war artwork of all time.
11 Picasso Paintings That Shocked the Art Establishment
Pablo Picasso (25 October 1881 – 8 April 1973) was a Spanish painter, who spent much of his life in France.
20 Years of Art in the Making, Courtesy of Pablo Picasso
Femme assise (Melancholy Woman), 1902–03, now in the Detroit Institute of Arts, Michigan (By Pablo Picasso, Wikipedia ) 4. Pablo Picasso, 1902–03, La soupe (The soup), now in the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada (By Pablo Picasso, Wikipedia ) 5.
These Are the Greatest Sculptors in History and Their Work
Most of us are familiar with at least a few famous artists, with names like Da Vinci, Dali, Van Gogh and Picasso having become household names. But when it comes to naming world-renowned sculptors, many of us will have trouble naming more than three.
Color Extravaganza in the Art of André Derain
Boats at Collioure, 1905 Source In addition to co-founding an entire artistic movement, Derain's works and techniques also influenced Pablo Picasso in his development of Cubism. These are geometrical works, influenced partially by the pointillism technique.
Photos Of Famous Artists’ Muses Alongside Their Portraits
Believe it or not, the author of the painting below is famed cubist Pablo Picasso. In the picture, you can see Olga Khokhlova, the painter's first wife and one of the first muses of the great artist to whom he stayed married for 17 years.
The Rooms Of Creative People - Fascinating!
Here is your chance to see what kind of environments served as the creative inspirations for Pablo Picasso, Jane Austen and many others who have, in turn, inspired millions of others. Mark Twain, author and humorist Georgia O'Keefe, painter. E.B. White, writer. Alexander Calder, sculptor.
QUIZ: Which Famous Painting Are You?
Do you think you're one of Leonardo da Vinci's accurate sketches or are you more of a kooky Picasso painting? Take this test and find out for yourself! Which Famous Painting Are You?
Treat Your Eyes to 10 Gorgeous Spanish Paintings!
Spanish artists had a huge impact on modern art with some of the most influential artists of the modern era, including Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dali, and Joan Miro, all coming from Spain. Below you’ll find 10 of the most famous Spanish artists and their most renowned paintings. 1.
These Celebrated Paintings Conceal 7 Sensational Secrets
The Blue Room by Pablo Picasso (1901) Researchers found a hidden image in this Picasso classic while studying the painting in 2008. X-ray cameras revealed a man seated and wearing a bow tie to be immediately below the familiar surface of the bathing lady. The reason?
You Won't Believe How Much People Paid For These Paintings
Nude, Green Leaves and Bust - $106.5 million Artist: Pablo Picasso Year Sold: 2010 17. Flag - $110 million Artist: Jasper Johns Year Sold: 2010 16. Reclining Nude With Blue Cushion - $118 million Artist: Amedeo Modigliani Year Sold: 2012 15.
5 Priceless Works of Art That Are Lost Forever
Pablo Picasso's Le Peintre Image Source: Amazing Facts / Facebook Pablo Picasso gave the world some of the most noteworthy and celebrated artworks of the 20th century. Sadly, one of Picasso’s greatest paintings, dubbed Le Peintre or The Painter, was lost forever.
The Beauty of Female Portraits Through the Centuries
It surveys over 500 years of female portraits, from da Vinci to Picasso, according to their similarity to the portrait that came before it. This beautiful art video is set to Bach's lovely Sarabande from Suite for a Solo Cello in G, to enhance your enjoyment of the video.
This Teacher Inspires His Students with Chalkboard Art
A monstrous wave towers over Mount Fuji Imitating Leonardo's Last Supper Bringing Picasso's Guernica to life A scene from the incredibly popular Anime movie Kimi no Na Wa (Your Name) The master at work Designing logos for the upcoming games [related_articles] An inspiring message for his students Imagine
This Artist Decided to Paint Cats in Each Famous Art Style!
Inspired By Picasso 6. Inspired By Impressionists 7. Inspired By Naturalists 8. Inspired By Japanese Art 9. Inspired By Futurism 10. Inspired By Joan Miro 11. Inspired By Pop Art 12.
Henri Matisse, a Master of Bold Colors and Impressionism
It was at the start of the 20th century that Matisse met Pablo Picasso, a younger artist who would come to rise in the ranks with him and become his lifelong friend and artistic rival .
17 Incredible Paintings That Sold For Hundreds of Millions
In fact, some private collectors and eccentric art connoisseurs have paid exorbitant amounts of money to ensure a Picasso or Monet classic ends up in their collections and no one else's.
Even The Most Famous Artists Had to Start Somewhere...
Anthony," 1487 Andy Warhol, "Campbell's Soup Cans," 1962 Leonardo da Vinci, "The Adoration of the Magi," 1481 Pablo Picasso, "Le Picador," 1890 Frida Kahlo, "Self Portrait in a Velvet Dress," 1926 Rembrandt, "The Stoning of St.
These 15 Hilarious Design Fails Will Make You Smirk!
Picasso in the making. 5. How to trigger someone with OCD... 6. Look out below! 7. This lamppost is just asking for trouble. 8. Who on Earth thought of this idea?! 9. Well, that's one creative design! 10. What a spectacular view! 11. Absolute chaos! 12.
The Fascinating Last Words of Famous Historical Figures
Oscar Wilde, playwright and novelist Charles Darwin Pablo Picasso Thomas Edison Voltaire, satirist, when asked by a priest to renounce Satan.
These Artists All Engaged in Some Really Fierce Rivalries
From beyond legendary artists like Michelangelo to Picasso, these have got to be some of the most epic rivalries to have been spawned in the tight-knit art community. 1.
Everyone Loves Pets, Including These Famous People.
Famous James Dean With Marcus, Gift He Received From Elizabeth Taylor Frank Sinatra With His Dog Ringo Humphrey Bogart And Mac, the Scottish Terrier John Lennon and Yoko Ono With a Black Feline Friend Marilyn Monroe And Maf Pablo Picasso With His Cat and Wiener Dog Lump Stephen King And His Corgi Marlowe
Rare Footage: Historical Photos Renewed with Color
40mm guns firing aboard USS Hornet, February 1945 Clint Eastwood checks his gun at home on June 1, 1956 in Los Angeles, California Steve McQueen’s 1957 Jaguar XK-SS Malcolm X, African-American Muslim Minister, 1960′s Louis & Lucille Armstrong, Cairo, 1961 The Beatles, 1962 Young Elizabeth Taylor Pablo Picasso