Essay On Pablo Picasso

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Pablo Picassos is a well-known artist throughout history. His real name was Pablo Diego José Francisco de Paula Juan Nepomuceno María de los Remedios Cipriano de la Santísima Trinidad Martyr Patricio Clito Ruíz y Picasso, but he was better known as just Pablo Picasso. Born in a creative family, he was one of the most influential artists of the 20th century. His father was a painter and he soon chose the same path as him, this made his father become his professor, beginning his art studies at the age of 11. He was the co-creator of cubism with Gorge Braque. Picasso was born in Malaga, Spain 1881. He was an expatriate painter, sculpture and stage designer radical in his work. After his career, he died in Mugginess, France April 8, 1973. He had…show more content…
By his point he was already very famous and recognized worldwide. He was the one that created the self-portrait facing death using pencil. This was an autobiographical painting showing pink hair and green face, but still capturing the true essence of his knowledge and wisdom. Picasso continued with all his work until he finally died of as heart attack in April 8 1973 when he was already an old man. (91 years old) his history certainly became legacy. He was such a changing style painter some said all his worked could have been painted by different artists instead of only one. Picasso was also well known for being a man who loved women. They say he had countless affairs with girlfriends, mistresses, prostitutes and much more. Still he only got married two times. He fist married a ballerina, Olga Khokhlova who he lasted with nine years. During his fist marriage he had an affair with Marie Therese Walter, she was his model for le Rêve. Then when he was 69 he remarried with Jacqueline Rocke. He had four children which names where Paolo, Maia, Paloma, and Claude. One of them was his wife Olga and the other three from mistresses. (Cite 1, 2,

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