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Pablo Picasso Paintings, 50 Best Works of Art

Pablo Picasso Paintings, 50 Best Works of Art

Pablo Picasso Paintings can touch you to your core and Pablo Picasso is arguably the most famous artist ever. I recently visited his exhibit at the MoMA and was inspired to finish this post. When you look at the artist, you find that he was truly immersed in finding new ways to express his voice through various styles of art. Pablo Picasso was known to use painting sculpting print making, along with using other methods of artistic expression such as ceramics and stage designing. What I find the most interesting about this artist is that his emotional state reflected his artwork. Now, my inquisitive viewer, you might ask: ” Isn’t that the methodology most artist?”, well yes. What differentiates himself from other artist is that Pablo Picasso continuously reinvented himself, switching between styles so drastically that his life’s work seemed to be the product of five or six great artists rather than just one. There is no better way to sum this idea up than to quote Pablo when he stated, “Whenever I wanted to say something, I said it the way I believed I should,”.

Most art critics and historians can agree that these periods can be broken into three categories: his “Blue”,”Rose”, and “Classical” period. Picasso’s “Blue” period (1901-1904) was coined that term because of the color that dominated nearly all of his paintings over these years. After the passing of his friend Carlos Casagemas, he was afflicted with a deep depression. He voiced this emotion by painting scenes of poverty, isolation, and anguish. He depicted these scenes by solely using shades of blue and green. This style of expression can be seen in “Blue Nude,” “La Vie” and “The Old Guitarist”. After conquering this debilitating disease, the introduction of warmer colors—including beiges, pinks and reds—in what is known as his “Rose Period” (1904-06). Paintings from these years include “Family at Saltimbanques” (1905), “Gertrude Stein” (1905-06) and “Two Nudes” (1906).  In the years between  1918 – 1927 are considered to be his “Classical” phase. This phase was inspired by the first World War revisiting a Realism art style and depicted a  more somber view of reality. From 1927 onwards, he inherited Surrealism as his style.Picasso’s most well-known Surrealist painting was during the Spanish Civil War: “Guernica”. Guernica is considered to be on of the greatest painting ever created.

I believe that art helps you connect to your soul. The more time you spend connected to your soul, the more you will learn about yourself and connect with others. Pablo Picasso was a master painter and his paintings can be used as a source of design and creative inspiration. I hope you enjoy them and if you do leave me a comment and let me know. Other than that have a very wonderful day and thanks for stopping by.

Pablo Picasso Paintings

Pablo Picasso Paintings

Born October 25, 1881 – Died April 8, 1973.

“Everyone wants to understand art. Why don’t we try to understand the song of a bird? Why do we love the night, the flowers, everything around us, without trying to understand them? But in the case of a painting, people think they have to understand. If only they would realize above all that an artist works of necessity, that he himself is only an insignificant part of the world, and that no more importance should be attached to him than to plenty of other things which please us in the world though we can’t explain them; people who try to explain pictures are usually barking up the wrong tree.”

 

1.Pablo Picasso Painting, Blue Nude 1902

2.Pablo Picasso Le Moulin de la Galette 1900

3.Pablo Picasso Painting, The End of the Road 1898-99

4.Pablo Picasso La Vie 1903

 

5.Pablo Picasso Paintings , The Old Guitarist 1903

6.Pablo Picasso Woman with a Crow 1904

7. Pablo Picasso Paintings, Family at Saltimbanques 1905

8.Pablo Picasso Gertrude Stein 1905-06

9. Pablo Picasso Painting, Two Nudes 1906

10.Pablo Picasso Les Demoiselles dAvignon 1907

 

11.Pablo Picasso Paintings,  Three Women 1907-08

12.Pablo Picasso  Bread and Fruit Dish on a Table 1909

 

13.Pablo Picasso-Houses on the Hill Horta de Ebro 1909

14. Pablo Picasso – Woman’s Head Fernande sculpture 1909

15. Pablo Picasso – Girl with Mandolin Fanny Tellier 1910

 

16.Pablo Picasso- Portrait of Daniel Henry Kahnweiler 1910

17.Pablo Picasso – Accordionist 1911

18.Pablo Picasso Painting – Still Life with Chair Caning 1911-12

19.Pablo Picasso – Maquette for Guitar 1912

20.Pablo Picasso – Mandolin and Clarinet 1913

21.Pablo Picasso Painting – Card Player 1913-14

22.Pablo Picasso – Still Life 1914

23. Pablo Picasso Painting – Green Still Life 1914

24. Pablo Picasso Painting – Glass of Absinthe 1914

25.Pablo Picasso Painting – Ambroise Vollard 1915

26.PabloPicasso – The American Manager 1917

27.PabloPicasso – Harlequin with Violin Si tu veux 1918

28.PabloPicasso – By- the Sea 1920

29. Pablo Picasso Paintings – Portrait of Igor Stravinsky 1920

30.Pablo Picasso – Nessus and Dejanira 1920

31.Pablo Picasso Three Women at the Spring 1921

32.Pablo Picasso – Three Musicians 1921

33.Pablo Picasso – Two Women Running on the Beach The Race 1922

34.Pablo Picasso – The Pipes of Pan 1923

35.Pablo Picasso – Mandolin and Guitar 1924

36.Pablo Picasso – Studio with Plaster Head 1925

37.Pablo Picasso – Three Dancers- 1925

38.Pablo Picasso – Seated Woman 1927

39.Pablo Picasso – Painter and Model 1928

40.Pablo Picasso – Large Nude in Red Armchair 1929

41.Pablo Picasso – Crucifixion 1930

42.Pablo Picasso – Seated Bather 1930

43.Pablo Picasso – Girl Before a Mirror 1932

44.Pablo Picasso – Minotauromachy 1935

45.Pablo Picasso – Straw Hat with Blue Leaves 1936

46.Pablo Picasso – Guernica 1937

47.Pablo Picasso – Weeping Woman with Handkerchief 1937

48.Pablo Picasso – Still Life with Steers Skull 1942

49.Pablo Picasso – The Charnel House 1944-45

50.Pablo Picasso – Femme Date Unknown

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