Art Awareness First grade Lesson 3- Pablo Picasso 1881-1973 Painter, Sculptor, Printmaker, Cermicist The Picasso- Daley Plaza Chicago.

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Art Awareness
First grade Lesson 3- Pablo Picasso 1881-1973
Painter, Sculptor, Printmaker, Cermicist
The Picasso- Daley Plaza Chicago
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Mother and Child
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He was born into a creative Spanish
family
He first showed signs of talent at
the age of 10
His first exhibition was at the age of
13
1900-1904 and traveled to Madrid,
Barcelona and Paris and he
sculpted and painted in hues of
blues and greys because he was sad
when one of his friends died
1904-1906 his palette brightened,
he moved to Paris and this became
known as the Rose Period with
shades of red and pink dominating
his work
Later he worked with Braque his
friend and they developed cubism.
They used cubes to present a new
reality using perspective and
illusion
The Old Guitarist 1903-1904 –
Blue Period
Collage – a piece of art made by sticking various different materials
such as photographs and pieces of paper or fabric onto a backing.
Musicians with Masks
Example of cubism
Picasso invented collage in 1912 when he glued a painted of oil
cloth, newspaper clippings and other materials to his paintings.
Interesting Facts
• More Picasso paintings have been stolen
than any other artist with over 1,000
works of his art listed as stolen
• His first word was “pencil” likely learned
from watching his father who was an artist
• His first major painting was called “The
Communion” featuring his parents and
sister kneeling before an alter
• He completed the School of Fine Arts
entrance exam at age 13 in one week what
took others one month to complete
• Lived to be 91 years old
• He donated the sculpture to the city of
Chicago but would not accept money for
it, no one knows what it represents.
Guitar #3 – Collage