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1.Biography
2.Periods
-Blue period
-Pink period
-Cubistic period
-Surrealistic period
-Expressionist period

3.Conclusions
 Pablo Picasso was a famous Spanish artist and

painter.
 He was born in Málaga (Spain) the 25th of October

1881
 He d...
 Picasso was sad and melancholic
 He used only

different blue tones.

 All their faces reflected a big sadness.
 Some...
 He was a bit happier
 He drew scenes with women, clowns and acrobats.
 He used

brilliant colours

 Some of his works...
He began to observe the objects in an

intellectual way

He drew them using basic geometric figures
The most important ...
 In this period, he showed grotesque, distort and

mythologic figures with big proportions.

 He used light colours.
 S...
 He painted pictures without method or system
 The crowning moment is accentuate by the heads

with two faces.

It was ...
Picasso is considered the most important artist

of the 20th century

 He had a big influence in the development of

the...
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  1. 1. 1.Biography 2.Periods -Blue period -Pink period -Cubistic period -Surrealistic period -Expressionist period 3.Conclusions
  2. 2.  Pablo Picasso was a famous Spanish artist and painter.  He was born in Málaga (Spain) the 25th of October 1881  He died in Mougins (France) the 8th of April 1973  His father José Ruiz Blasco was an artist too and he was his first teacher.  He lived in La Coruña and in France where he shared his experiences with different artists.  
  3. 3.  Picasso was sad and melancholic  He used only different blue tones.  All their faces reflected a big sadness.  Some of his drawings are: -“The Two sisters” -”The old guitar player” -“Beggars next to the sea”…
  4. 4.  He was a bit happier  He drew scenes with women, clowns and acrobats.  He used brilliant colours  Some of his works are: “ Acrobat and harlequin”  “A family of acrobats” “Woman with a shirt”…
  5. 5. He began to observe the objects in an intellectual way He drew them using basic geometric figures The most important drawing is : “ The misses of Avignon”  With it Picasso broke with the realism and the perspective.  It indicated the beginning of the Cubism. Other drawings are: “The portrait of Vollart”  “ Lady sitting on a grey armchair”…
  6. 6.  In this period, he showed grotesque, distort and mythologic figures with big proportions.  He used light colours.  Some of his paintings are: “The dream” “Swimmer near the sea”  “The crucifixion”
  7. 7.  He painted pictures without method or system  The crowning moment is accentuate by the heads with two faces. It was the period of the civil war in Spain  The most important painting is  “The Guernica”  he reflected the consequences of the civil war. Other paintings are:  “Women crying”  “Women sitting”
  8. 8. Picasso is considered the most important artist of the 20th century  He had a big influence in the development of the modern art. He changed the patterns in the art and introduced a new way of seeing it.
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