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31 pages : 29 cm. Examines the life of this well-known modern painter and the historical and artistic influences on his work. Who was Picasso? -. - Early life - After the impressionists - Blue and Rose - Les Demoiselles d'Avignon- The women of Avignon - Cubism - Picasso and the Avant-Garde - Painting women - Picasso the sculptor - War - The artist and model - Picasso and the painters of the past - The last. Years - Some key dates.
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There are occasional references to art that's not shown, but there are also ideas here that even sophisticated readers will find intriguing-e. comparisons of Picasso's abstract & of two paintings by Vel†zquez with the earlier painter's originals.
The painter does not conceive himself as existing in himself, he conceives himself as a reflection of the objects . In Paris the contemporary painters had little effect upon him but all the painting he could see of the very recent past profoundly touched him.
The painter does not conceive himself as existing in himself, he conceives himself as a reflection of the objects he has put into his pictures and he lives in the reflections of his pictures, a writer, a serious writer, conceives himself as existing by and in himself, he does not at all live in the reflection of his books, to write he must.
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