Pablo Picasso's Influence On The Art World

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Name of artist: Pablo Picasso is painter, graphic artist, sculptor and designer- his extraordinary work initially just amazed the audience, and then made a huge impact on the entire art world of the XX century. The Spaniard by birth, he became a recognized artist in France. For this reason, his real name is Ruiz Picasso (with emphasis on "a") changed to Pablo Picasso (accent on "o"). Long life, great performance and a great thirst for novelty made him one of the most prolific, original and for the diversity of famous artists of the XX century. Hardly artist thought through everything just as deep as a philosopher. But he expressed intuitively what is hidden behind the appearance of objects and phenomena. He once said: "I don’t seek, I find”.…show more content…
Like its direction ahead of modernism, avant-garde was aimed at radical transformation of human consciousness through art, the aesthetic revolution that would destroy the spiritual backwardness existing society, with its artistic and utopian strategy and tactics were much more vigorous, anarchic and rebellious. Cubism is an art direction in the first quarter of the XX century, representative which depicted objective world in the right combinations of video geometric volumes: cubes, spheres, cylinders, cones. Classic representative of Cubism in painting is Jorge Braque, Pablo Picasso, Fernand Leger, Gris Juan Delaunay, Robert Jean Mettsenzhe. Dismemberment of real shapes and proportions, the transition to geometric silhouettes marked the transition to a fundamentally new direction - Cubism. This discovery Picasso did with French artist Georges Braque. In some cases, the image is reduced to a system of large planes and simplified lines, others - crushed into tiny plane, as reflection in the mirror broken into piece. The term "Cubism " was first used by Matisse in 1908 in relation to Georges Braque painting " Houses in Estake " which allegedly reminded him of children 's blocks. Cubism, marked a decisive break with the traditions of realistic art. However,…show more content…
But it is a great teaching in the previous sketches along with these girls sit sailors and medical student, holding a skull. Such an image as if alluding to the so-called memento mori (from the Latin. ("Remember that one day will have to die"). Allegedly, urging people to rethink the way they live their life, and take a right action in the present before its too late. The final version represents the five girls of easy virtue, before half open shutter. When he created pictures, he found that they are a reflection of the other side of life, which for centuries condemned to silence, they were far from the elegance and luxury of external beauty and splendor. In the foreground is situated still life with fruit. Traditionally, by ignoring the rules of perspective, the proportions of the human body and canons established during the Renaissance. What frankly shocking the audience. Related artists were impressed with subject of how the body shaped, strange faces. Experts argue that inspired Picasso exhibition of Iberian sculptures and masks and statuettes African nations. Les Demoiselles d 'Avignon was performed in two stages. Each of the parts that differ markedly from each other, was drawn on average, in six months. In the first stage three central figures, with the exception of women in head left were drawn. These figures are very similar to features of Iberian sculptures, heavy chin, big

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