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Pablo Picasso

Pablo Picasso was a Spanish painter, sculptor, and graphic artist. He was best known for co-founding the Cubist movement. Among his most famous pro-Cubist artworks are the “Les Demoiselles d'Avignon” and “Guernica.”

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What does the picture that Pablo Picasso painted for Don Quixote depict?

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No. it is an ink wash work. i have an original.

I believe that this is the most correct answer as I also have one that is done with Indian ink and is not a print.

Where is the original Picasso work Don Quixote and little Sancho kept.....In what country what museum etc?

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the museum at st denis in Paris France

the museum at st denis in Paris France . it has always been kept in a basement vault since it was drawn in 1955.

I believe that this is bull poo as I have an original, maybe THE original. I have seen thousands of prints and copies but I have one done in Indian ink which I purchased in 1978 and haven't let out of my possession since. Say what you want but I have one that definitely isn't a print.

Who is Paloma Picasso?

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francoise gilot

'Weeping Woman' materials?

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Oil paint on canvas.

What type of art does Diego Velazquez do?

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Velazquez was born in Seville and apprenticed there and did some painting there in his youth, but the bulk of his painting was done in Madrid. He also briefly spend some time in Italy, during which he did portraits of Pope Innocent X and Juan de Pareja.

When was Pablo Picasso's first art exhibit held?

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The Spanish painter Pablo Picasso was born on 25th October, 1881 and died on 8th April, 1973. Since 2008 his works have travelled the world to cities such as Tokyo, Madrid and Moscow.

What did Pablo Picasso do in his spare time?

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Pablo Picasso favorite thing to do was of course to draw. But also in his child hood he liked playing the violin or a clarinet.

What did Picasso's dad teach Picasso?

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Picasso's father was his forst drawing teacher, and it seems he supported Pablo's plans to become a professional artist. He is present in a couple of Pablo's early paintings.

What inspired Picasso to do abstract paintings?

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Of course he did not. He never made an abstract painting. In abstract art there is no subject to be seen. Picasso's art is seldom realistic, but the subject is there.

Where did Pablo Picasso first encounter masks?

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I cannot find it. To make up for this, click link below and see photo of Picasso holding a mask.

What are some of Picasso's failures?

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Picasso tried his best to keep his art progressive and changing with the times. He also dealt with relationship issues throughout his life. His long time career as an artist helped to inure him to the slings and arrows of art critics. He faced more common issues (?) like becoming a rich and famous artist and how to deal with tax matters and issues. His political stands also caused him some worry and conflicts.

Is the scream by Pablo Picasso?

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Picasso did a painting called "The Scream" 1927 which may have been inspired by the series of paintings and prints "The Scream" 1890-1910 created by the Norwegian artist Edvard Munch.

How many layers of paint did Picasso use?

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in think he uses 89 layers of paints according to the book"PICASSO"

How did Pablo Picasso think of those ideas?

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I'm sorry. Only Pablo himself might have been able to answer this question, but unfortunately he is no longer with us.

What was Pablo Picasso's genre?

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Painting, drawing, engraving, sculpture, ceramics...

Why did Picasso paint bread and fruit dish on a table?

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During the period of the Spanish Civil War, Picasso created surrealistic paintings and etchings which served as propaganda against the Franco government. His painting entitled Cat and Bird symbolizes the cruelty of the laws governing nature.

Thanks to http://www.delmars.com/cats/gallery/catsart6.htm

Why is Guernica considered to be Piccasso's greatest work?

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Geurnica (northern Spain) was bombed by the German condor legion during the Spanish civil war. Pablo Picasso painted a famous response to this.

What kind of art media did Pablo Picasso use?

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Pablo Picasso's best known works use the medium of paint. He favored different colors at different times in his career, such as that some of his paintings are classified as belonging to the 'blue period' or the 'rose period',

When did this Pablo Picasso decide to be an artist?

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He started winning battles in the French Revolution and he became a hero, and then he made a coup on the government to become basically all-powerful.

What was Pablo Picasso's passion?

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Art. •He is one of the most famous artists in the world. Pablo was very creative and had a deep passion for his work. He even created a new way to sculpt and paint! His work was also an important step in Modern art. Picasso painted things the way he saw and felt about them. The way he saw things wasn't always as they really were. He kept on working right up to his death in 1973.