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  • 1. Pablo Picasso
  • 2. Biography• Pablo Picasso wasa spanish painter.Is one of thegreatest and mostinfluential artistsof the 20thcentury.
  • 3. Early Years• Pablo Picasso was born onOctober 25, 1881 inMalaga.• He started painting anddrawing at a very youngage.• Picasso’s father recognizedPablo’s talent at his youngage.• Picasso never finished hisstudies at the Academy ofArts in Madrid.Picassos first painting at age 8, “Picador”(1889).
  • 4. Blue PeriodPerformed works that used the blues, almost alldenote much sadness in them shows elongatedfigures of beggars and characters of the street.
  • 5. Rose Period• Picasso enters a period morecheerful and paints scenes ofclowns and circuses, with acolorful brighter.“Maternidad” 1905
  • 6. Cubism PeriodIn late 1906, Picassostarted to paint in a trulyrevolutionary manner.Inspired byCezanne, he began toexpress space instrongly geometricalterms:triangles, squares.“Las señoritas de Avignon”1906
  • 7. The GuernicaBy the late 30s, Picasso was the most famous artist in the world. He wascalled upon to depict the brutality of fascist aggression In the SpanishCivil War with his monumental "Guernica".
  • 8. Pablo Picasso and Surrealism• Pablo Picasso relationship withthis current was never official,However, he had close ties andcontacts with this movementand his ideas.
  • 9. Sergio Gascueña

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