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Pablo Picasso

Pablo Picasso was an innovative artist that had a significant influence on 20th-century art. The adept artist was a master painter, sculptor, printmaker, ceramics artist and more. His styles include Cubism and Surrealism, and he is often considered one of the most famous artists of the century. Pablo Ruiz Picasso was born on October 26, 1881, in Malaga, Spain. His father was a professor in the School of Arts and Crafts and often took him to bullfights which would influence much of his art throughout his career. Picasso studied the works and styles of many Spanish artists including Francisco Goya, El Greco, and Diego Velázquez. At the beginning of the 1900s, Picasso moved to Paris, France to open his own studio. He was lonely and depressed after the death of a close friend, which ignited what is now known as his “Blue Period”. A few years later, Picasso started the “Rose Period”, which introduced warmer colors to his works. While the latter genre is considered less popular, it does showcase a different kind of creativity from the artist that would follow him until the end of his career. Picasso later died of a heart attack in the South of France in 1973. Pablo Picasso is commonly known as one of the most pivotal influences on the course of 20th-century art. Martin Lawrence Galleries is honored to have select Pablo Picasso pieces in our inventory. Click here to see more Pablo Picasso artwork.
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