Pablo Picasso Biography, An Artist with Cubism Style
Pablo Picasso was an artist who lived in the 20th century who came from Spain. He is known as a revolutionary and modern painters of his time, he was known as an artist with the flow of cubism, which has changed the world of art in Spain. Pablo Picasso was born on October 25, 1881 in Malaga, Spain. His father was Josse Ruiz Blasco, an expert in the field of art, and his mother was Maria Picasso Lopez. He follows in the footsteps of his father who is an expert in the art. His talent has emerged at a young age, then he had become a painter.
At the age of 14 years, Pablo Picasso passed the entrance exam School of Fine Arts in Barcelona, and two years moved to Madrid to study at the Royal Academy. Pablo Picasso returned to Barcelona and joined Els Quatre Gats (where poets, artists and critics in the exchange of ideas that come from outside Spain). At the age of 23 years, Picasso moved to Paris, France.
His way to becoming an artist
During his time as an artist, Pablo Picasso fairly productive. The information we get that it has produced 20,000 works in his life. His artistic style much admired. He is one man who liked the novelty of all the artists. This was evident as he often changed his painting styles such as when changing from the painting style of blue and pink changed to a cubist style, the changes are due to be influenced by Georges Braque, friends who are also equally an artist.
Cubism style surprised the art world because it can change people’s perception will be a beauty of art. One of his nuanced cubism is Demoiselles d’Avignon, there is something unique in the painting, in which the paintings are difficult to recognize. This does not mean that Pablo Picasso indiscriminate in painting.
He has studied the work of sculptor Iberia and other African sculptures (sculptures primitive) that is usually curved and disproportionate.
Not only as a painter, he also produced sculptures. As a designer of stage ballet; he struggled with the art of making pots, leaving a number of works of lithography, painting over the lines with a pencil on the many branches of art.
Pablo Picasso was also interested in politics. He poured his interest through the work named Guernica painting made in 1937, the painting was produced by the events of the Spanish civil war. Not only the “Guernica”, some of his work also deals with politics.
Pablo Picasso able to make a reality of life as a source of inspiration in creating works. For example, painting Guernica at the center of the eye at the Museum Reina Sofia (Madrid). Guernica occurs when the civil war and the collapse of hundreds of bombs. Then the dove, a symbol of world peace. Pablo Picasso completed the graphic arts after being inspired by birds of Melanesia, the provision of Henri Matisse.
Pablo Picasso is a melancholy artist, his melancholy was revealed from nature is very sensitive, as well as detailed in assessing a fact of life. Picasso also leaves women as a source of inspiration. That said, every woman giving a different inspiration for him. For example, from his lover, Marie-Terese Walter, he produced works of La Reve (dream). From another lover, Eva Gouel, born painting, Femme assise DansUN Fauteuil, which included one of the masterpieces of cubism style.
Pablo Picasso admired in the 20th century with his work, he was also influential in the development of modern art. He was dubbed by his critics as “blue period”, “pink period” and “neo-classical period”. He was influential in the art world civilization. He died in 1973 in Mougins, France. His works have a high selling price because he was known as a wealthy man.