Why did Picasso live for so many years in France instead of Spain?
beause he liked it there :)
In Spain and France. Dali also in the USA for 8 years.
He lived in Malaga, Spain for 10 years.
In 1895, when Picasso was 14 years old, he moved with his family to Barcelona, Spain. By 1901, he was in Paris.
Sadly, no. Pablo Picasso died in the age of 91 on April 8th 1973 in Mougins France; that was 38 years ago
Jacqueline Picasso killed herself by gunshot in 1986 when she was 59 years old.[second wife] Olga Picasso died by cancer in Cannes, France in 1955.[first wife]
The Capetians (987 - 1848)
Britain, France, and Spain
Denmark, Sweden, France, and Spain.
The 1763 Treaty of Paris formally concluded the Seven Years' War. In the provisions, France ceded Louisiana to her ally, Spain. The Spanish would later return the territory to France.
France, Spain, and Britain.
France & spain.
No, except for about 70 years when the papacy moved to Avignon, France, the pope has been in Rome, never in Spain.
He was born in Malaga, Spain, then he moved to Barcelona 4 years later. Then he moved to Madrid so he could study at the San Fernando Academy.
France ceded most of its territory to the east of the Mississippi to Great Britain in the aftermath of Britain's victory in the Seven Years' War (French and Indian War). The rest of Louisiana went to Spain after the Seven Years' War by the Treaty of Fontainebleau of 1763. It was returned to France in 1800, and Napoleon sold it to the US in 1803.
Picasso lived 1881 - 1973.
Spain acceded to Louisiana in 1763 as a result of the Seven Years War. (The Seven Years War is called the French and Indian War in North America.)
No. On various years it has started in the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, England, strayed in Italy and Spain.
France supported the United States, and Spain was an ally of France and techniclly supported the U.S. 1763-Seven Years War loss for France-mad at Britain 1588-defeat of spanish armada for Spain-mad at Britain
prussia, hanover, britian, the british colonies, ireland, austria, france, new france, sweden, spain, and portugal.
Picasso came to Paris in 1901 and stayed there for many years, then went on to other parts of France. He died in 1973. In the meantime he had two wives, 4 children and made 16 000 works of art. There were two world wars.
Spain, France, Great Britain, USA
What early type of communication is thought to be 32000 years old and has been found in Spain and France?
Spain gave women the right to vote in the year 1931. This was several years before France and Italy allowed women to vote.
Pablo Picasso died of being an old sack, at 91 years old
France And Spain By: Diane Buddenbohn
About 77 years.
Pablo Picasso was born on October 25, 1881 and died on April 8, 1973. Pablo Picasso would have been 91 years old at the time of death or 133 years old today.
Renaissance was in the 15th and 16th centuries. Picasso lived 400 years later.
Paloma Picasso is 68 years old (birthdate: April 19, 1949).
Pablo Picasso started painting when he was 15 years old!!
Pablo Picasso became famous during his years in Paris, from 1901 on.
Pablo Picassco was born in the city of malaga, in Spain on october 25,1881. Picasso's first word was "piz" which translates to pencil. As a child, Picasso's father taught him how to draw. His first exhibition was in the back of an umbrella store. He painted until he died on April 8,1973. He painted his first large oil painting (now in the Picasso Museum of Barcelona)at age 15. He died at the age of 91… Read More
The Iberian Peninsula where Spain is located has a history several thousand years old. The country of Spain has a history several hundred years old. Compared to other countries that makes Spain quite old. Italy and Germany, for example, have only existed as countries for less than two centuries. France and England are older.
New France was an area of North America colonized by France from 1534 to 1763. It started with the exploration of Jaques Cartier and finished with the cession to Spain and Great Britain.
Because Spain tried to keep all of Europe as Catholics but f=France wanted something different because they hated England
The Hundred Years' War took place in Great Britain, France, parts of Spain, and the "Low Countries" along the North Sea.
May I suggest that you read a history book instead of trying to get someone else to do your work for you?
There exist two oil paintings by Pablo Picasso 8 years old.
What war was sparked by religious conflict and resulted in the increased power of France the weakening of Spain and austria and the devastation of Germany?
Thirty Years' War
France, Spain, Mexico, Republic of Texas, USA, CSA (Confederate States of America)
1908-1914 = 6 years.
The Thirty Years' War was a conflict driven by religion, and although it was a Catholic country, France sought to defeat the Holy Roman Empire and Spain. It did so initially by providing monetary support to the Swedish, who were Protestant.
they had fought alot It has to do with the re distribution of the territories between France, Spain, Britain and Portugal. This put to an end a seven years war between these countries. There were several trades between these countries: Cuba and Philippines were restored to Spain, Louisiana to France, Florida got back to the british, France gave up Canada, among other changes.
The 1559 Treaty of Cateau, to which you are likely referring, marked the end of a 65-year conflict between Spain and France (and, by extension, England, which supported France during the latter years). While there were several minor points of conflict during the 65 years leading up to this treaty, the major struggle was for control of Italy. The treaty established Spain as the victor in this struggle. The treaty's name was drawn from Cateau-Cambrésis… Read More
For four years.
1881 - 1973.
In his mature years he did.
The Treaty of Paris was signed in 1763 by Great Britain, France and Spain with Portugal in agreement. It ended the French and Indian/Seven Years War.
The Treaty of Paris was signed in 1763 by Great Britain, France and Spain with Portugal in agreement. It ended the French and Indian/Seven Years War