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Pablo Picasso
Modern Art Master
Pablo Picasso
• Was born in Malaga
Spain, in 1881.
• He was the son of an
art teacher.
• By the time he was 12,
he had mastered
drawing skills.
His First Works
Pablo Diego José Francisco de Paula Juan
Nepomuceno María de los Remedios
Cipriano de la Santísima Trinidad Ruiz y
Picasso
Paris 1898-1904
• Picasso moved to Paris in 1898. Paris was the
center of European art. Picasso and his friend
and fellow painter Carlos Casagemas decided it
was time to see Paris for themselves.
The Blue Period 1901-1904
• In 1901, his friend passed away. Picasso was
devastated by the death and the mood of his paintings
showed this. This period is called the Blue Period. How
do these paintings make you feel?
The Blue Period
The Blue Period
The Rose Period 1905-1906
• In 1904, Picasso took
interest in the world of
circus performers and
actors.
• Acrobats and the
clown-like Harlequin
often became the
subject for this new
period known as the
Rose Period.
The Rose Period
The Rose Period
Cubism 1906-1915
• Picasso soon left the
Rose period behind and
began a new
experimental phase
known as Cubism.
• Picasso was interested in
African sculpture and the
way it distorted the body
into imaginative shapes.
• This is a painting of a
guitar. How many
shapes can you find in
the picture?
Cubism
Cubism
• Cubism breaks up an image into shapes and planes,
showing multiple sides of the same object at the same
time.
• Picasso was widely respected for his innovative work.
• “I paint objects as I think them, not as I see them.”
Classicism 1916-1925
• In 1917, Picasso met
a beautiful dancer
named Olga Kokhlova
and in 1918 they were
married.
• Picasso’s paintings
during this time were
brighter and sunnier
than his prior Cubist
works.
Surrealism 1925-1934
• In 1925 Picasso
became closely
involved with a group
of artists known as
the Surrealists.
• They were interested
in the world of dreams
and spontaneous
behavior.
Surrealism
Barbarism 1937-1946
• In 1937, Picasso was asked to paint a large mural for the
Spanish pavilion at the Exposition Universelle in Paris.
Picasso chose Guernica as his subject.
• The painting shows a series of terrifying scenes showing
the brutality of war and its destructiveness.
World War II
• World War II began in
1939. The Germans
invaded and conquered
France.
• Picasso could have fled,
but he decided to paint
and sculpt.
• Much of his work took on
a somber mood, but by
staying in Paris, the artist
became a symbol of
freedom.
World War II
After the War
• In spite of the war,
Picasso’s fame
spread all over the
world.
• His lithograph of the
dove became the
International symbol
for world peace.
A Celebration of Peace
The Final Years 1954-1973
• Picasso spent his last years as a celebrity-his art
as well as his person became a myth.
• In this period, Picasso spent a large amount of
time reworking masterpieces by other painters,
such as the Velazquez seen above.
Pablo Picasso 1881-1973
• Picasso died at the
age of 91 in April
1973.
• His remarkable talent
was beyond dispute
and remains a
profound influence on
twentieth century art.

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Pablo picasso Power point

  • 2. Pablo Picasso • Was born in Malaga Spain, in 1881. • He was the son of an art teacher. • By the time he was 12, he had mastered drawing skills.
  • 3. His First Works Pablo Diego José Francisco de Paula Juan Nepomuceno María de los Remedios Cipriano de la Santísima Trinidad Ruiz y Picasso
  • 4. Paris 1898-1904 • Picasso moved to Paris in 1898. Paris was the center of European art. Picasso and his friend and fellow painter Carlos Casagemas decided it was time to see Paris for themselves.
  • 5. The Blue Period 1901-1904 • In 1901, his friend passed away. Picasso was devastated by the death and the mood of his paintings showed this. This period is called the Blue Period. How do these paintings make you feel?
  • 8. The Rose Period 1905-1906 • In 1904, Picasso took interest in the world of circus performers and actors. • Acrobats and the clown-like Harlequin often became the subject for this new period known as the Rose Period.
  • 11. Cubism 1906-1915 • Picasso soon left the Rose period behind and began a new experimental phase known as Cubism. • Picasso was interested in African sculpture and the way it distorted the body into imaginative shapes. • This is a painting of a guitar. How many shapes can you find in the picture?
  • 13. Cubism • Cubism breaks up an image into shapes and planes, showing multiple sides of the same object at the same time. • Picasso was widely respected for his innovative work. • “I paint objects as I think them, not as I see them.”
  • 14. Classicism 1916-1925 • In 1917, Picasso met a beautiful dancer named Olga Kokhlova and in 1918 they were married. • Picasso’s paintings during this time were brighter and sunnier than his prior Cubist works.
  • 15. Surrealism 1925-1934 • In 1925 Picasso became closely involved with a group of artists known as the Surrealists. • They were interested in the world of dreams and spontaneous behavior.
  • 17. Barbarism 1937-1946 • In 1937, Picasso was asked to paint a large mural for the Spanish pavilion at the Exposition Universelle in Paris. Picasso chose Guernica as his subject. • The painting shows a series of terrifying scenes showing the brutality of war and its destructiveness.
  • 18. World War II • World War II began in 1939. The Germans invaded and conquered France. • Picasso could have fled, but he decided to paint and sculpt. • Much of his work took on a somber mood, but by staying in Paris, the artist became a symbol of freedom.
  • 20. After the War • In spite of the war, Picasso’s fame spread all over the world. • His lithograph of the dove became the International symbol for world peace.
  • 22. The Final Years 1954-1973 • Picasso spent his last years as a celebrity-his art as well as his person became a myth. • In this period, Picasso spent a large amount of time reworking masterpieces by other painters, such as the Velazquez seen above.
  • 23. Pablo Picasso 1881-1973 • Picasso died at the age of 91 in April 1973. • His remarkable talent was beyond dispute and remains a profound influence on twentieth century art.