Pablo Picasso

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Pablo Picasso

Spanish painter and sculptor, one of the most influential artists of the 20th centuryadd

Category: Visual Arts

Born in 1881, deceased in 1973.

Countries: France (34%), United States (19%), United Kingdom (12%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Les Demoiselles d'Avignon, Georges Braque, Henri Matisse

Linked to: Museum of Modern Art, Cleveland Museum of Art, Chicago Art Institute, French Communist Party




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Pablo Picasso was born in 1881 add something


Picasso’s training under his father began before 1890. add something


The family moved to A Coruna in 1891, where his father became a professor at the School of Fine Arts. add something


In 1895, Picasso was traumatized when his seven-year-old sister, Conchita, died of diphtheria. add something


Eventually, as evident in his work, Picasso began to come to terms with his advancing age and his waning attraction to young women. add something


Picasso had affairs with women an even greater age disparity than his and Gilot's. add something


Picasso made his first trip to Paris in 1900, the art capital of Europe. add something


During the first five months of 1901, Picasso lived in Madrid, where he and his anarchist friend Francisco de Asís Soler founded the magazine Arte Joven, which published five issues. add something


This period’s starting point is uncertain; it may have begun in Spain in the spring of 1901, or in Paris in the second half of the year. add something


The first issue was published on 31 March 1901, by which time the artist had started to sign his work simply Picasso, while before he had signed Pablo Ruiz y Picasso. add something


Les Demoiselles d'Avignon - Between 1901 and 1904, Picasso began to achieve recognition for his Blue period paintings


Paul Gauguin - According to Gauguin biographer David Sweetman, Picasso as early as 1902 became an aficionado of Gauguin's work when he met and befriended the expatriate Spanish sculptor and ceramist Paco Durrio (1875–1940), in Paris .


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Les Demoiselles d'Avignon - Gauguin's powerful posthumous retrospective exhibitions at the Salon d'Automne in Paris in 1903 and an even larger one in 1906 had a stunning and powerful influence on Picasso's paintings


The Art Fund - Since its foundation in 1903 the Fund has been involved in the acquisition of over 860,000 works of art of every kind, including many of the most famous objects in British public collections, such as Velázquez's "Rokeby Venus" in the National Gallery, Picasso's "Weeping Woman" in the Tate collection, the Anglo-Saxon Staffordshire Hoard in Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery and the medieval Canterbury Astrolabe Quadrant in the British Museum


In 1904, in the middle of a storm, he met Fernande Olivier, a Bohemian artist who became his mistress. add something


Picasso met Fernande Olivier, a model for sculptors and artists, in Paris in 1904, and many of these paintings are influenced by his warm relationship with her, in addition to his increased exposure to French painting. add something


The same mood pervades the well-known etching The Frugal Repast, which depicts a blind man and a sighted woman, both emaciated, seated at a nearly bare table. add something


Henri Matisse - Around 1904 he met Pablo Picasso, who was 12 years younger than Matisse.

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La Vie by Pablo Picasso


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At one of her gatherings in 1905, he met Henri Matisse, who was to become a lifelong friend and rival. add something


By 1905 Picasso became a favorite of the American art collectors Leo and Gertrude Stein. add something


Wilhelm Uhde - He purchased his first Picasso in 1905, and was one of the first collectors of the Cubist paintings of Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque


Les Demoiselles d'Avignon - If in later years Picasso played down his debt to Gauguin, there is no doubt that between 1905 and 1907 he felt a very close kinship with this other Paul, who prided himself on Spanish genes inherited from his Peruvian grandmother


Les Demoiselles d'Avignon - Iberian sculpture - Around 1906, Picasso, Matisse, Derain and other artists in Paris had acquired an interest in primitivism, Iberian sculpture, African art and tribal masks, in part because of the compelling works of Paul Gauguin that had suddenly achieved center stage in the avant-garde circles of Paris


Les Demoiselles d'Avignon - In the autumn of 1906, Picasso followed his previous successes with paintings of oversized nude women, and monumental sculptural figures that recalled the work of Paul Gauguin and showed his interest in primitive art


Les Demoiselles d'Avignon - Pablo Picasso's paintings of massive figures from 1906 were directly influenced by Gauguin's sculpture, painting and his writing as well


Auguste Herbin - The initial influence of Impressionism and Post-Impressionism visible in paintings that he sent to the Salon des Indépendants in 1906 gradually gave way to an involvement with Cubism after his move in 1909 to the Bateau-Lavoir studios, where he met Pablo Picasso, Georges_Braque and Juan_Gris; he was encouraged by his friendship with Wilhelm Uhde


Les Demoiselles d'Avignon - While he already had a considerable following by the middle of 1906, Picasso enjoyed further success with his paintings of massive over-sized nude women, monumental sculptural figures that recalled the work of Paul Gauguin and showed his interest in primitive art


Les Demoiselles d'Avignon - " According to the English art historian, collector and author of "The Cubist Epoch", Douglas Cooper, both of those artists were particularly influential to the formation of Cubism and especially important to the paintings of Picasso during 1906 and 1907


Les Demoiselles d'Avignon - " Sweetman writes, "Gauguin's statue "Oviri," which was prominently displayed in 1906, was to stimulate Picasso's interest in both sculpture and ceramics, while the woodcuts would reinforce his interest in print-making, though it was the element of the primitive in all of them which most conditioned the direction that Picasso's art would take


In 1907 Picasso joined an art gallery that had recently been opened in Paris by Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler. add something


Picasso wrote of Kahnweiler What would have become of us if Kahnweiler hadn't had a business sense?In 1907 Picasso joined an art gallery that had recently been opened in Paris by Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler. add something


Les Demoiselles d'Avignon - By the spring of 1907 when he began to paint "Les Demoiselles d'Avignon", until its completion later in the year, Picasso was vying with Matisse for the preeminent position of being the perceived new leader of Modern painting


Les Demoiselles d'Avignon - Early in 1907 Picasso began a strange large painting depicting women, fruit and drapery, which he left unfinished


Les Demoiselles d'Avignon - He became prominent in Paris beginning in 1907 for being among the first champions of Pablo Picasso, and especially his painting "Les Demoiselles d'Avignon


Wilhelm Uhde - He met Robert Delaunay, Sonia Terk and Henri Rousseau in 1907, and opened his art gallery in 1908, rue Notre-Dame-des-Champs where he exhibited Georges Braque, Jean Metzinger, Sonia Delaunay, André Derain, Raoul Dufy, Auguste Herbin, Jules Pascin and Pablo Picasso


Les Demoiselles d'Avignon - Painted in Paris during the summer of 1907, Picasso had created hundreds of sketches and studies in preparation for the final work


Les Demoiselles d'Avignon - Several experts maintain that, at the very least, Picasso visited the "Musée d'Ethnographie du Trocadéro" in the spring of 1907 where he saw and was unconsciously influenced by African and Tribal art several months before completing "Les Demoiselles


Georges Braque - After meeting in October or November 1907, Braque and Picasso, in particular, began working on the development of Cubism in 1908.


Georges Braque - Although Braque began his career painting landscapes, during 1908 he, alongside Picasso, discovered the advantages of painting still lifes instead.


Abstract art - Analytic cubism was jointly developed by Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque, from about 1908 through 1912


Henri Rousseau - In 1908 Picasso held a half serious, half burlesque banquet in his studio in Le Bateau-Lavoir in Rousseau's honour.


Morton Livingston Schamberg - After studying the works of European artists in Paris, however, his style shifted to modernism, with influences from Cézanne, Matisse, and Picasso evident in his works created between 1909 and 1912


Georges Braque - Beginning during 1909, Braque began to work closely with Pablo Picasso, who had been developing a similar style of painting.


Andre Derain - On Classic Ground: Picasso, Leger, de Chirico and the New Classicism 1910–1930.


Les Demoiselles d'Avignon - " Before 1910 Picasso was already being recognized as one of the important leaders of Modern art alongside Henri Matisse who had been the undisputed leader of Fauvism and who was more than ten years older than he was and his contemporaries the Fauvist André Derain and the former Fauvist and fellow Cubist, Georges Braque


Les Demoiselles d'Avignon - A photograph of the work was first published in an article by Gelett Burgess entitled "The Wild Men of Paris, Matisse, Picasso and Les Fauves," The Architectural Record, May 1910


Apollinaire was arrested on suspicion of stealing the Mona Lisa from the Louvre in 1911. add something


Georges Braque - A decisive time of its development occurred during the summer of 1911, when Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso painted side by side in Ceret in the French Pyrenees, each artist producing paintings that are difficult—sometimes virtually impossible—to distinguish from those of the other.


Max Ernst - In 1912 he visited the Sonderbund exhibition in Cologne , where works by Pablo Picasso and post-Impressionists such as Vincent van Gogh and Paul Gauguin profoundly influenced his approach to art.


Georges Braque - In 1912, Braque and Picasso began to experiment with collage and papier colle.


Albert C. Barnes - In 1912, during a stay in Paris, Barnes was invited to the home of Gertrude and Leo Stein, where he met artists such as Henri Matisse and Pablo Picasso


David Bomberg - His own style was rapidly moving away from these traditional methods, however, particularly under the influence of the March 1912 London exhibition of Italian Futurists that exposed him to the dynamic abstraction of Picabia and Severini, and Fry's second "Post Impressionist" exhibition in October of the same year, which displayed the works of Picasso, Matisse and the Fauvists alongside those of Wyndham Lewis, Duncan Grant and Vanessa Bell


Giorgio de Chirico - During 1913 he exhibited his work at the Salon des Independants and Salon d’Automne, his work was noticed by Pablo Picasso and Guillaume Apollinaire, he sold his first painting, The Red Tower.


David Bomberg - In 1913, the year in which he was expelled from the Slade because of the radicalism of his approach, he travelled to France with Jacob Epstein, where among others he met Modigliani, Derain and Picasso


Juan Gris - His most active period of work started in 1914. Unlike Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso, whose works at this time were mainly monochromatic, Gris made an extensive use of bright colors, experimenting novel combinations in the manner of his friend Matisse (Henri_Matisse).

Picasso was devastated by the death of his mistress, Marcelle Humbert, from illness at the age of 30 in 1915. add something


Erik Satie - From 1916, he and Cocteau worked on the ballet Parade, which was premiered in 1917 by Sergei Diaghilev's Ballets russes, with sets and costumes by Pablo Picasso, and choreography by Leonide Massine.


Douglas Cooper (art historian) - In gratitude, he donated his best "Gris" to the Prado, "Portrait of the Artist's Wife" from 1916, and a cubist "Still Life with Pigeons" by Picasso


Parade (ballet) - The ballet premiered on Friday, May 18, 1917 at the Théâtre du Châtelet in Paris, with costumes and sets designed by Pablo Picasso, choreography by Léonide Massine , and the orchestra conducted by Ernest Ansermet


In the summer of 1918, Picasso married Olga Khokhlova, a ballerina with Sergei Diaghilev's troupe, for whom Picasso was designing a ballet, Parade, in Rome; and they spent their honeymoon in the villa near Biarritz of the glamorous Chilean art patron Eugenia Errazuriz. add something


Marcel Janco - At the end of the Dada episode, Janco took his growing interest in primitivism to the level of academia: in his 1918 speech at the Zurich Institute, he declared that African, Etruscan, Byzantine and Romanesque arts were more genuine and "spiritual" than the Renaissance and its derivatives, while issuing special praise for the modern spirituality of Derain, Vincent van Gogh, Pablo Picasso and Henri_Matisse; his lecture rated all Cubists above all Impressionists


During the same period that Picasso collaborated with Diaghilev’s troup, he and Igor Stravinsky collaborated on Pulcinella in 1920. add something


E. E. Cummings - During the rest of the 1920s and 1930s Cummings returned to Paris a number of times, and traveled throughout Europe, meeting, among others, Pablo Picasso


Igor Stravinsky - Stravinsky and Pablo Picasso collaborated on Pulcinella in 1920.


Aside from the several anti-war paintings that he created, Picasso remained physically neutral during World War I, the Spanish Civil_War, and World War II, refusing to join the armed forces for any side or country. add something


Three musicians . An example of the Synthetic Cubist style, completed in Fontainebleau .

collage and oil painting, 1921


Stephen Hudson - He was the host at a celebrated party in Paris on 18 May 1922, when Marcel Proust met James Joyce ; other guests included Sergei Diaghilev, Igor Stravinsky and Pablo Picasso


Les Demoiselles d'Avignon - Richardson speculates that Picasso, who by 1924 was on the top of the art world and didn't need to sell the painting to Doucet, did so and at that low price because Doucet promised "Les Demoiselles" would go to the Louvre in his will


Tristan Tzara - In its 1925 edition, "Handkerchief of Clouds" featured etchings by Juan Gris, while his late writings "Parler seul", "Le Signe de vie", "De mémoire d'homme", "Le Temps naissant", and "Le Fruit permis" were illustrated with works by, respectively, Joan Miró, Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso, Nejad Devrim and Sonia Delaunay


Man Ray - With Jean Arp, Max Ernst, Andre Masson, Joan Miro, and Pablo Picasso, Man Ray was represented in the first Surrealist exhibition at the Galerie Pierre in Paris in 1925.


Michel Leiris - In 1926, he married Louise Godon, the stepdaughter of Picasso's art dealer Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler and traveled to Egypt and Greece


Salvador Dali - That same year, he made his first visit to Paris, where he met Picasso, whom the young Dalí revered. Picasso had already heard favorable reports about Dalí from Miro.


In 1927 Picasso met 17-year-old Marie-Therèse Walter and began a secret affair with her. add something


Antigone (Honegger) - It premiered on 28 December 1927 at the Théâtre Royal de la Monnaie with sets designed by Pablo Picasso and costumes by Coco Chanel


Christian Dior - In 1928, Dior left school and received money from his father to finance a small art gallery, where he and a friend sold art by the likes of Pablo Picasso


Jacques Natteau - Growing up in Paris's artistic 6th Arrondissement in the 1930s, Natteau came to know such luminaries as Jean Cocteau, Jacques Prévert, Jean-Paul Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir, Albert Camus, Pablo Picasso


Peter Watson (arts benefactor) - Watson was an avid art collector acquiring works by such artists as Miró, Klee, and Pablo Picasso, which were displayed in his Paris apartment in the 1930s


The 1932 work, which depicts Picasso's mistress Marie-Therèse Walter reclining and as a bust, was in the personal collection of Los Angeles philanthropist Frances Lasker Brody, who died in November 2009. add something


Emiliano Di Cavalcanti - On April 28, 1933 this group held the Exposição de Arte Moderna, which was the first exhibition to feature works produced by Picasso, Léger, and Braque, all of whom were know to the Brazilian people, but whose works had not been seen in the flesh before this exhibition


Paul Eluard - In 1934, he married Nusch, a model and a friend of his friends Man Ray and Pablo Picasso, who was considered somewhat of a mascot of the surrealist movement.


Germain Seligman - Pablo Picasso was featured twice, first in 1936 with paintings from the Blue Period and the Rose Period, and second in the November 1937 exhibition "Twenty Years in the Evolution of Picasso" showcasing the painting "Les Demoiselles d'Avignon" which Seligman had acquired from the Jacques Doucet estate


At the outbreak of the Spanish Civil_War in 1937, Picasso was already in his late fifties. add something


Spanish Civil War - As to other works of art, Pablo Picasso painted "Guernica" in 1937, taking inspiration from the bombing of Guernica


Les Demoiselles d'Avignon - The only other time the painting might have been exhibited to the public prior to a 1937 showing in New York was in 1918, in an exhibition dedicated to Picasso and Matisse at Galerie Paul Guillaume in Paris, though very little information exists about this exhibition or the presence of "Les Demoiselles"

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Guernica by Pablo Picasso


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Whitechapel Gallery - Spanish Civil War - The Gallery exhibited Pablo Picasso's "Guernica" in 1938 as part of a touring exhibition organised by Roland Penrose to protest the Spanish Civil War


Julio Barragan - Barragán traveled to Paris in the late 1940s, however, and was influenced by Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso


In 1944, after the liberation of Paris, Picasso began a romantic relationship with a young art student named Françoise Gilot. add something


French Communist Party - Many well-known figures joined the party during the war, including Pablo Picasso, who joined the PCF in 1944


Francoise Gilot - She is known as the lover and artistic muse of Pablo Picasso from 1944 to 1953, and the mother of his children, Claude Picasso and Paloma Picasso


In a 1945 interview with Jerome Seckler, Picasso stated: “I am a Communist and my painting is Communist painting. add something


Evelyn Waugh - In 1945, Waugh said that Pablo Picasso's artistic standing was the result of a "mesmeric trick"; that his paintings "could not be intelligently discussed in the terms used of the civilised masters"


George Costakis - At first Costakis had collected the Masters of the Dutch School of Landscape Painters but modernist works by Pablo Picasso and Henri Matisse soon became his main subject, in 1946 he came across three paintings in a Moscow studio by Olga Rozanova


Balthus - Balthus returned to France in 1946 and a year later traveled with Andre Masson to Southern France, meeting figures such as Picasso and Jacques Lacan, who eventually became a collector of his work.


Chateau Grimaldi (Antibes) - In 1946 it was the home for six months of the artist Pablo Picasso


Eventually they had two children: Claude, born in 1947 and Paloma, born in 1949. add something


Dok Leipzig - The dove had been designed by Pablo Picasso for the Paris World Peace Congress of 1947 and the organization committee asked French author Vladimir Pozner if he could seek his friend's permission to use the dove for the festival


Paul Eluard - He was a member of the Congress of Intellectuals for Peace in Wroclaw in 1948, which he persuaded Pablo Picasso to participate in.


Picasso was one of 250 sculptors who exhibited in the 3rd Sculpture International held at the Philadelphia Museum of Art in mid-1949. add something


Walter Battiss - In 1949 he befriended Picasso who would have an influence on his already quirky style


During the Second World War, Picasso remained in Paris while the Germans occupied the city. add something


Frank Carpay - After leaving the company in 1950 he travelled to the south of France where he met Pablo Picasso and worked at the Madoura Pottery in Valauris, France in 1950


Jacques-Enguerrand Gourgue - During the decades of the 1950s and 1960s his style was greatly influenced by Pablo Picasso, in what is known as his "Spanish period


Lothar-Gunther Buchheim - Through the 1950s and 1960s, he established an art publishing house, and he wrote books on Georges Braque, Max Beckmann, Otto Mueller and Pablo Picasso


While still involved with Gilot, in 1951 Picasso had a six-week affair with Geneviève Laporte, who was four years younger than Gilot. add something


Massacre in Korea

Painting, 1951


Giovanni Papini - According to "The Spectator", NATO allegedly encouraged Papini, in 1951, to publish a fake interview with Pablo Picasso, to dramatically undercut his pro-Communist image


Emile Lahner - In 1951 he visited the artist Pablo Picasso in Vallauris, whom he eventually exhibited with at Galerie Daniel Malingue in Paris


Lain Singh Bangdel - In 1952, he traveled to Europe where he studied art in Paris at the Ecole des Beaux Arts, associated with the likes of Pablo Picasso and George Braque and made a name for himself as an artist with his distinctive, non-traditional Nepalese style


Chateau Grimaldi (Antibes) - These are displayed at the Château in addition to the 3 works on paper, 60 etchings and 6 carpets by Pablo Picasso which the museum collected between 1952 and 2001


Louis Aragon - Thus, when his journal, "Les Lettres françaises", published a drawing by Pablo Picasso on the occasion of Stalin's death in March 1953, Aragon was forced to make excuses to his critics, who judged the drawing iconoclastic


In 1955 he helped make the film Le Mystère Picasso directed by Henri-Georges Clouzot. add something


The two remained legally married until Khokhlova’s death in 1955. add something


Alioune Diop - He founded the Société Africaine de Culture in 1956 and that same year was principal organizer of the first international Congress of Black Writers and Artists, held in Paris, which attracted artists and writers from across the world, including Pablo Picasso and Claude Lévi-Strauss


Presence Africaine - In 1956, Alioune Diop and "Présence Africaine" organised the 1st International Congress of Black Writers and Artists in Paris, which included Aimé Césaire, Léopold Sédar Senghor, Jacques Rabemananjara, Cheikh Anta Diop, Richard Wright, Franz Fanon, and Jean Price-Mars, and for which Pablo Picasso designed a poster


Douglas Cooper (art historian) - Picasso tried several times to induce Cooper to sell his castle to him; however, he would not agree and finally in 1958 recommended to Picasso the acquisition of Château of Vauvenargues


Jesus Fuertes - In 1958 he exhibited with Salvador Dalí, Joan Miró, Antoni Tàpies and Pablo Picasso at the Bruxelles International Expo, Spanish Pavilion


She became his lover, and his second wife in 1961. add something


John Chamberlain (sculptor) - His singular method of putting discarded automobile-body parts together led to his inclusion in the paradigmatic exhibition “The Art of Assemblage”, at the Museum of Modern Art in 1961, where his work was shown alongside modern masters such as Marcel Duchamp and Pablo Picasso.


Douglas Cooper (art historian) - In 1961, Cooper was found on a road outside Nîmes, heavily injured by stab wounds in the stomach; on his way to the post office in Nîmes to send an article about Picasso's birthday to a London newspaper, he had stopped at a notorious quarter and picked up a young Algerian Fellagha who had been interned in an open camp nearby


In 1962, he received the Lenin Peace Prize. add something


Philippe de Rothschild - In 1962 at Mouton the Rothschilds created the Museum of Wine in Art; here a priceless collection of art works covering three millennia of wine are on display, including original art by Pablo Picasso and rare glassware


In her 1964 book Life with Picasso, she describes his abusive treatment and myriad infidelities which led her to leave him, taking the children with her. add something


Douglas Cooper (art historian) - In the summer of 1965, Cooper had organized a large exhibition in Toulouse called " Picasso et le Théatre" in amicable agreement with Picasso and published the book about this subject two years later


The sculpture, one of the most recognizable landmarks in downtown Chicago, was unveiled in 1967. add something


Devoting his full energies to his work, Picasso became more daring, his works more colorful and expressive, and from 1968 through 1971 he produced a torrent of paintings and hundreds of copperplate etchings. add something


Douglas Cooper (art historian) - He even managed to anger Picasso so much that he excluded him from his circle and surroundings after he pressed Picasso around 1970 to legalize his children


M. F. Husain - M. F. Husain was a special invitee along with Pablo Picasso at the Sao Paulo Biennial in 1971


Pablo Picasso died on 8 April 1973 in Mougins, while he and his wife Jacqueline entertained friends for dinner. add something


Pablo Picasso died on 8 April 1973 in Mougins, France, while he and his wife Jacqueline entertained friends for dinner add something


Douglas Cooper (art historian) - In 1974, about 20 small paintings by Picasso, Braque and Gris were stolen from his house; and Cooper foolishly dismissed his old housekeeper and in consequence lost all respect from the neighbours


David Hockney - In 1977 David Hockney authored a book of etchings called The Blue Guitar: Etchings By David Hockney Who Was Inspired By Wallace Stevens Who Was Inspired By Pablo Picasso.


In 1981, it was returned to Spain and was on exhibit at the Casón del Buen Retiro add something


Derek Hill (painter) - In 1981, he donated his County Donegal home, St. Columb's Rectory, near the village of Churchill , which he had owned since 1954, along with a considerable collection including work by Pablo Picasso, Edgar_Degas, Georges Braque, Graham Sutherland, Anna Ticho and Jack Butler Yeats to the Irish State


Picasso is a character in Steve Martin's 1993 play, "Picasso at the Lapin Agile" add something


In the 1996 movie "Surviving Picasso", Picasso is portrayed by actor Anthony Hopkins add something


Thomas Schutte - The ten Frauen (Women, 1998–2006), a sculptural series of large, reclining women, are a pastiche of sculptures by Auguste Rodin, Henry Moore, and Pablo Picasso.


In 2003, relatives of Picasso inaugurated a museum dedicated to him in his birthplace, Málaga, Spain, the Museo Picasso Málaga add something


As of 2004, Picasso remains the top ranked artist according to the Art Market Trends report add something


Jim Gary - During the same month, on January 24, 2006 the "Los Angeles Times" reported in an article, "Jim Gary, 66; Artist Who Created Playful Dinosaur Skeletons From Car Parts", that some critics compared Jim Gary's sculptures with Pablo Picasso's famous bull's head made from a bicycle seat and handlebars


Pascal Obispo - With his 2007 release of "'Les Fleurs du Bien"' he makes allusions to Rosa Parks, Pablo Picasso and others


Matthew Collings - In October 2007, with his wife, Emma Biggs, Collings curated and wrote a catalogue essay for an exhibition of Picasso's late works at the HN Gallery in London


Petrus Schaesberg - Collage as a Mode of Painting from Pablo Picasso to Richard Prince, Monacelli Press/Random House, 2009


Yves Saint Laurent (designer) - In February 2009, an auction of 733 items was held by Christie's at the Grand Palais, ranging from paintings by Picasso to ancient Egyptian sculptures


Occasional and Various" April 2010 Although the Germans outlawed bronze casting in Paris, Picasso continued regardless, using bronze smuggled to him by the French Resistance add something


Andrew Lloyd Webber - As of March 2010, Lloyd Webber decided to sell Portrait of Angel Fernández de Soto by Pablo Picasso art to benefit the Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation


British Museum - A 2011 donation of £1 million enabled the museum to acquire a complete set of Pablo Picasso's "Vollard Suite"


Antonia Gerstacker - Inspired by Pablo Picasso and Henri Matisse, Antonia created a Limited Edition original linocut series of hand printed woodblock prints of 25 titled "Roses in a vase" in February 2011


Paul McKenna - Paul McKenna hypnotised The One Show presenter Matt Baker to believe that he was Pablo Picasso during which time he created several impressionist pieces of art, which were shown on air while the footage was played back during Paul McKenna's appearance on 9 January 2013


Oxford University Press, accessed February 1, 2014 In his paintings, Picasso used color as an expressive element, but relied on drawing rather than subtleties of color to create form and space add something


In March 2018 his "Femme au Béret et à la Robe Quadrillée" , a portrait of Marie-Thérèse Walter, sold for £49,8m at Sotheby's in London add something