Pablo Picasso – part 1
Pablo Picasso is considered one of the most important artists of the 20th century, an artistic genius who managed to reach the Top. He was the creator of cubism and collage, two styles that influenced painter generations that followed until this day. He is known to all for his works, his unique style and his lead. While his art initially seemed very complicated, the subjects of his works were usually very simple, such as peace, love, life and death, everyday life and the nature of people. With his style he managed to make them understandable to the people and been remember no matter how much time will pass. While Picasso was first and foremost a painter, he also worked with small ceramic and bronze sculptures, and even wrote poems.
Although he is considered one of the pioneers of the modern movement, the number of different styles that characterize his work makes it difficult to classify him in a particular stream. Picasso is one of the most prolific painters of all time. For these reasons, numerous of his works are divided into periods:
From 1920 onwards his work is characterized by a shift in classicism and surrealism, sculpturing and using mixed techniques at the last years of his life.
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