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Picasso Painting Masterpieces Lying Female Nude

24 Jan

Pablo Picasso‘s sexual appetite was irrepressible,

though his seduction technique was unusual to say the least.

Here are five women paintings that I was so impressed.

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1. Lying Female Nude 1932

Lying Female Nude 1932

Lying Female Nude 1932

 

2. Lying Female Nude 1932

Lying Female Nude 1932

Lying Female Nude 1932

 

3. Lying Female Nude 1964

Lying Female Nude 1964

Lying Female Nude 1964

 

4. Lying Female Nude 1964

Lying Female Nude 1964

Lying Female Nude 1964

 

5. Lying Female Nude 1964

Lying Female Nude 1964

Lying Female Nude 1964

The Weeping Woman series by Pablo Picasso

21 Jan

a thematic continuation of the tragedy depicted

in Pablo Picasso‘s epic painting Guernica

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1. Crying Woman 1937

Crying Woman 1937

Crying Woman 1937

 

2. Crying Woman 1937

Crying Woman 1937

Crying Woman 1937

 

3. Crying Woman 1937

Crying Woman 1937

Crying Woman 1937

 

4. Crying Woman 1937

Crying Woman 1937

Crying Woman 1937

 

Female Nude Paintings by Pablo Picasso

20 Jan

Women are the mainly subject in Picasso Paintings

As we all know, that Picasso had affairs with many women

Here are five of the different painting styles about women

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1. Female Nude

Female Nude

Female Nude

 

2. Female Nude From Back 1895

Female Nude From Back 1895

Female Nude From Back 1895

 

3.  Female Nude In Profile 1906

Female Nude In Profile 1906

Female Nude In Profile 1906

 

4. Female Nude Near The Garden 1956

Female Nude Near The Garden 1956

Female Nude Near The Garden 1956

 

5. Female Nude Sitting In Red Armchair 1932

Female Nude Sitting In Red Armchair 1932

Female Nude Sitting In Red Armchair 1932

The Basic Elements in Picasso Cubism

2 Aug

In the analysis of Picasso Cubist paintings, images were reduced to their basic elements, which were decomposed into many small pieces. Picasso took these blocks as constituent elements and constructed the new order of images and space. He connected the strokes to obtain a clear picture structure, reflecting a rigorous and rational painting procedure.

Bottle Glass Violin was made by Picasso in 1912. From 1912, Picasso turned to the drawing experiment of synthetic cubism. The pictures clearly showed this new style. In this picture, people can distinguish several graphs based on ordinary reality of images: a bottle, a glass and a violin. Here, the focus of attention of the painter was still the basic form.

The collage art language was the main symbol of cubist paintings. Picasso once said, “Even if from the aesthetic perspective, people also prefer cubism. But the paper paste is the real core people have found.”

Bottle Glass Violin by Picasso

Bottle Glass Violin by Picasso

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