Pablo Picasso was a famous Spanish artist and
He was born in Málaga (Spain) the 25th of October
He died in Mougins (France) the 8th of April 1973
His father José Ruiz Blasco was an artist too
was his first teacher.
He lived in La Coruña and
in France where he shared
his experiences with different artists.
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”…
He was a bit happier
He drew scenes with women, clowns and acrobats.
Some of his works are: “
Acrobat and harlequin”
“A family of acrobats”
“Woman with a shirt”…
He began to observe the objects in an
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”…
In this period, he showed grotesque, distort and
mythologic figures with big proportions.
He used light colours.
Some of his paintings are:
“Swimmer near the sea”
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
he reflected the consequences of the civil war.
Other paintings are:
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.