Work of Pablo Picasso art

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The cubist artist was born on October 25, 1881 and died on April 8 1973. His relationship with women have always been complicated.
Picasso is an artist and designer of cubism style of art. He died in 1973 while entering his friend dinner party in France. His early work and latest works (blouin artinfo) have inspired the American artist as he was the primary figure of the 20th century.

In 1943, he told his mistress that "Women are machines for suffering," . He also added that there are only kinds of women, goddesses or doormats.
His inspirations have always obsessively painted art productively on the faces and bodies of the wives and lovers. As for Pablo Picasso, he used and abused his women. Picasso de vitalise his women in the service of his art. The women in his work of art are of exquisite tenderness, gouged into different shapes , cut and reconfigured. They were all based on real life drama that lead to his artistic creation.

There were about seven most important women in his life out of hundreds of women, and each of these women lights as a crucial catalyst in the development of his artistic skills. Picasso often anguished for passion for each of these women and attempts to capture the beauty and feeling he feel for them onto his canvas.
Below are some of the artworks he produced as one of the expertise in arts and painting:

  • 1901- Woman in a plumed hat
  • 1903- Portrait of a young woman
  • 1904- Woman with a crow
  • 1881-1966- Lady with a fan( Artist- Fernande Oliver who was his first-term relationship)
  • 1907- Nude Half length
  • 1881-1973- Woman and Pears Fernande Oliver
  • 1881-1973- Portrait of Gertrude Stein
  • 1912-1915- Eva- Marcelle Humbert
One of his great work of art will be exhibited by Tate Modern at the Musée National -Picasso, Paris, 10 October 2017 to February 2018  and Tate Modern , London, 8 March to 9 September 2018.

There will be more than 100 works exhibited, one of them being the famous Le Réve(The Dream), an erotic, desired painting of one of  Picasso's lover Marie- Thérése Walter.

1932 was chosen by the curator as these were the "years of wonders" as called by Picasso, they wanted to go beyond the myth of how one can get close to Picasso as an artist and person.
He took a great interest in writing poems along with art, and wrote about 300 poems. Along with this, he took sculpting and copper plate etchings too in his later life.

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