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Pablo Picasso

 “When I was a child my mother said to me, ‘If you become a soldier, you’ll be a general. If you become a monk, you’ll be the pope.’ Instead I became a painter and wound up as Picasso.”  835 more words

Guest Blog: Cubism- The Style of Art That Truly Represents Reality

by Jared Meyer

The goal of artistic expression- to recreate the world as it is uniquely seen by the artist- has remained relatively consistent throughout history. 669 more words


Fiftieth Anniversary of Georges Braque's Death

Georges Braque painted Homage to J. S. Bach toward the end of a period of several months in which Pablo Picasso and he worked very closely together, producing paintings in a style that has become known as… 248 more words


Juan Gris

A dumb daydream, but if I were told I could own any painting by any painter, well… that’d be a hard choice. But I guess I’d probably choose a still life by artist José Victoriano Carmelo Carlos González-Pérez, a.k.a.  295 more words


Works of Picasso

The summer of 2007, my family and I took a vacation to Paris for two weeks. Before leaving, I didn’t really know what to expect, except for many tours of tourist attractions and museums. 424 more words

Artists And Places

The Surrealism of a Folded Tin Guitar

Picasso seemed fully aware of the tangential nature of proof in artistic depiction.  Always trying to describe a searing truth in his mind’s most amazing determined eye, the physical working of it was rough, crude, but carried the truth with it, like a sword in the back of a brutish bull in a bullring.   633 more words



These notes are taken from a programme called Tim Marlow on Picasso, should hopefully be good.

Oh dearry me, I really don’t like the opening music. 541 more words

Les Notes Sur La Belle Artistes