What is the similarity between Pablo Picasso and Jackson Pollock use of color in their paintings Autumn Rhythm and Guernica?
What is a similarity between the ways that Pablo Picasso and Jackson Pollock used color in these paintings
Picasso painted Guernica in 1937 during the civil war between Spanish Republicans and General Franco's fascist army. After Franco's Nazi allies heavily bombed the town of Guernica, Picasso painted this work in response to this tragedy and the extensive loss of life. Picasso loaned this famous painting to the Museum of Modern Art in New York with the stipulation that it be housed there until democracy returned to Spain. In 1981, Guernica was returned to…
One of the most famous Picasso paintings, Guernica, was directly and immediately shaped by world events, the civil war (1936 - 1939) between Spanish Republicans and General Franco's Fascist army. In 1937 Franco's Nazi allies bombed the town of Guernica, prompting Picasso to create this work of art in protest. Guernica remains an iconic masterpiece showing both the atrocities of war and expressions of hope.
Picasso was commissioned to paint something for the 1937 World Fair, he delivered Guernica. It is an expression of pain, horror, anguish and disgust; what the artist felt after hearing the news of the terrible bombing of Guernica, a town in northern Spain, on April 26 1937 during the Spanish Civil War