Pablo Ruiz Y Picasso was born in 1881 in the city of Malaga, Spain. His father was an artist and art teacher. Pablo talent emerged at a young age once and he’s a painter ace during their teenage years. In 1904 he settled in Paris and lived in France for the next. Picasso really was a very prolific artist. During his life as an artist was unusually long – about three-quarters of a century time period – he had created over 20,000 artworks as separate from each other, on average more than 5 work in a week that lasted for 75 years! The vast majority of the time, his work has always stood at the forefront in terms of higher prices, therefore Picasso became a very wealthy man. He died in the town of Mougins, France, 1973.
Anyway, Picasso no doubt a versatile artist who rarely appeals bench. Although primarily a painter’s term, he also did a lot of sculptures. Plus, he ballet stage designer; he struggled with making art pot, leaving a large number of works of lithography, painting over the lines with a pencil or chalk from many branches of art.
But such as artists, Picasso was also interested in seriously on political issues. In fact, masyhurnya painting “Guernica” (1937), inspired by the events in the Spanish civil war. Several other works also have political significance.
Many famous artists is characterized by a variety of basic styles. Picasso is not the case. He displays the vast space of the various styles that are astounding. Art critics to label as “blue period,” “pink period”, “neo-classical period” and so on. He was one of the forerunner of “Cubism,” He sometimes took part, sometimes opposing new developments in the world of modern portrait painting. Perhaps no artist in history who could do the work with such high quality by passing so many styles and ways.
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Not all schools of art have long-term effects. Although Picasso praised in the 20th century, be questioned whether in future centuries later adulation it can still happen, or whether the effects will soon disappear in the very near future. It is clear, there is no guarantee that convincing to answer questions like that. However, a consensus of contemporary art critics say that the influence of Picasso will still have a significant weight in the future. Though clearly, we can not ensure the continuation of essential weights Pablo Picasso as we can do with the artists that have been tested by the time.