Pablo Picasso Pablo Picasso was one of the most important and influential artists of the 20th century. He was born in Malaga, Spain, on October 25, 1881. He was the first son of the marriage between José Ruiz Blasco and María Picasso López. From an early age, Pablo showed a great talent for art and began studying at the School of Fine Arts in Barcelona at the age of 14. In 1900, Picasso moved to Paris, where he established himself as an artist. During his early years in the French capital, Picasso experimented with a variety of styles and techniques, including impressionism and post-impressionism. However, it was during his time in Paris that Picasso began to develop his own unique and revolutionary style.In 1907, Picasso created one of his most famous works, Les Demoiselles d'Avignon. This painting, which depicts five prostitutes in a brothel, is considered one of the first works of the Cubist movement. Cubism was an artistic movement that rejected the idea that art should represent reality realistically. Instead, Cubist artists fragmented reality and represented it in geometric and abstract forms.During World War I, Picasso moved to Rome, where he devoted himself to creating works inspired by classical art. Although his style temporarily changed, Picasso returned to Cubism in the 1920s.In 1937, Picasso created one of his most famous works, the mural Guernica. This painting was created in response to the bombing of the Spanish city of Guernica during the Spanish Civil War. Guernica depicts the horror and devastation of war and has become a symbol of pacifism.Throughout his career, Picasso also dabbled in sculpture, printmaking and ceramics. In addition to being a prolific artist, Picasso was also a very controversial man. He had numerous affairs and was married twice. His work was also the subject of criticism and controversy, especially during the time when he created Guernica.Picasso died in France on April 8, 1973, at the age of 91. Today, his work can be found in museums around the world and he is considered one of the most influential and important artists in the history of art. His work evolved throughout his career, but is characterized by his constant experimentation with different styles and techniques. Cubism is perhaps the style most associated with Picasso, but he also explored surrealism, expressionism and neoclassicism, among others. In addition to his innovative techniques, Picasso is known for his ability to represent reality in unconventional ways, often using geometric shapes and bold colors. In short, Picasso's style is diverse, innovative and always evolving.
Color lithograph on Arches paper, published in 1958. Limited edition of 300 copies. Hand signed in pencil (lower right), numbered 120/300 in pencil (lower left). Paper size: 67 x 51 cm Frame size: 82 x 66 cm In very good condition, with intense and bright colors. Framed according to museum standards in a handmade frame, the background is of neutral ph for the correct conservation of the work over the years, to avoid oxidation. Bibliography: Miguel Orozco Ref 81
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