Guernica Picasso Analysis

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Rattner went to school with Picasso when he continues his art studies in Europe. He remained in Paris, France, for the next 19 years until the events leading up to World War II forced him to return to the United States. Guernica by Picasso in 1937 is considered one of the most powerful antiwar statements ever made and one of the masterpiece of great artworks of all time. Among other things, it silenced critics who were saying that modern artists were too wrapped up in their technique and their innovations to pay attention to what was happening in the world. Three qualities that the work from the museum shares with the work from the textbook are the theme, artist statement, and relates to Western humanities. The theme of both artworks conveys

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