Picasso: The All Rounded Artist
Pablo Picasso was described as an influential painter in the 20th century. The Spanish painter is also a sculptor and he is one of the co founders of the movement referred to as the Cubist that invented the sculpture. He also achieved other great rewards including the mastery plastic arts development.
Picasso was therefore an all rounded painter that can sculpt, print make and come up with the most amazing ceramics. He did not base his work on one point but always revolutionized and with this Pablo Picasso received awards as the most renowned painter. He was good at keeping tabs with the evolution of different techniques and theories and ideas in the world of art.
Picasso had the passion and skills of drawing from his early age and was able to build on this interest and made it a profession. Pablo Picasso was also a renowned professor in most art schools.
Picasso had a privilege of perfecting his skills and expertise in painting from his father who was a commercial painter. He was able to perfect his basic skills and started off by making an array of landscape paintings and presented them in violet and green tones that were described as the non naturalistic tones in the 20th century. Picasso later on advanced and ventured in other aspects that made him famous in most parts of the world.
Here are some of the most popular works that Pablo Picasso introduced in the painting world:
The Picasso’s blue period
Picasso specifically painted women and children in a somber mood. These paintings were unique because of the blue and the blue green shades that were used. In this category he also made paintings of the less fortunate and most of these paintings acquired the highest ratings in the exhibitions.
- Rose period
The period was more reformed, cheerful and lively. Here, Picasso decided to focus on the circus people including the acrobats and other funny characters. He decided to use more breezy colors like orange and pink. The characters were also painted with wonderful collection of roses.
- The African influenced period
Pablo Picasso described this period as the modern art transformation and he was inspired by the African culture. He painted artifacts that were appealing to the eye and attracted lots of remarks whenever his work was presented in any of the art galleries.
Picasso Cubist period
Here Picasso decided to focus on the monochrome and brownish and the neutral colors. He also got the opportunity of relating with other experts in the painting fraternity to come up with the most unique pieces. The advantage of this period is that Picasso got the opportunity of learning new techniques that later on gave him the knowledge to come up with some of his best sculptures and oil paintings.
Picasso oil painting replica’s grace the walls and halls of hundreds across the globe, another great artist which leaves the world adoring his masterpiece’s.