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This lot consists of a hand painted oil on carboard in the style of Pablo Picasso. The illustration depicts a figure ... on Dec 10, 2019
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1896 Pablo Picasso (Spanish artist, 1881–1973) Portrait of the Artist's Mother. Pablo Picasso, one of the dominant & most influential artists of the 20th century, was born in Malaga, Spain, on October 25th in 1881. 1901 Pablo Picasso (Spanish artist, 1881–1973) Woman in a Plummed Hat 1903 Pablo Picasso (Spanish artist, 1881–1973)…
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If you have seen and admired the work of Pablo Picasso, you must at least have an inkling as to what Cubism means. As the name suggests, cubism is the style of painting and art in which the use of cubes or at least geometric shapes are used in an overlapping manner to paint an object instead of taking the perspective from a single viewpoint to paint a subject. The shapes used in the painting would overlap to form a single image but in a somewhat indirect way. You should look at some…
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The three musicians and dog conjure a bygone period of bohemian life, enjoyed here by Picasso in the guise of a Harlequin flanked by two figures who may represent poet–friends of the artist's: Guillaume Apollinaire, who was recently deceased, and Max Jacob. The patterned flatness of the work is derived from cut–and–pasted paper, and stands in stark contrast to the sculptural monumentality of Picasso's Three Women at the Spring, also painted in the summer of 1921. [Oil on canvas, 200.7 x…
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Art is a lie that makes us realize the truth. So said Pablo Picasso (1881-1973), arguably the modern worlds most gifted and celebrated artist who left his indelible stamp on 20th century painting, sculpture and architecture.
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