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  • Descriptive Essay About The Picasso

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    The Picasso It was my first day in the United States of America, travelling all the way from Nepal to witness this amazing city. I was mesmerized by the skyline and obviously the food. I was carving for my native Nepali food and to my amazement, there are many restaurants of nearly all the cuisines. Chicago is a city with over 2.7 million residents (Wikipedia, City of Chicago), living in the biting cold weather still happy and trying to cope up with the hustle and bustle of the big city. It has nearly

  • Descriptive Essay On The Picasso

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    15th September 2017, Writing Project 1 The Picasso It was my first day in the United States of America, travelling all the way from Nepal to witness this amazing city. I was mesmerized by the skyline and obviously the food. I was carving for my native Nepali food and to my amazement, there are many restaurants of nearly all the cuisines. Chicago is a city with over 2.7 million residents (Wikipedia, City of Chicago), living in the biting cold weather still happy and trying to cope up with the hustle

  • Helen Birch Bartlett Memorial Collection Analysis

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    display in 1926—at a time when works by Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso, and even Georges Seurat were still considered too radical for the collections of most American institutions. Today the Helen Birch Bartlett Memorial Collection comprises some of the most important and iconic paintings of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Art Institute of Chicago: The Helen Birch Bartlett Memorial Collection The Art Institute of Chicago is a Museum and art school located

  • Essay On Chicago City

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    Home of Michael Jordan, the Blackhawks, and “Da Bears”. Chicago, the Windy City, Chitown, and the Smelly Onion, or notoriously Chiraq. These are just a few names that the city has earned. Built right beside the lake stands great skyscrapers that make you look up and think, “well that is one serious tower.” The city of Chicago is also known for its unique suspended train system called the ‘L,’ which residents take to commute to and from all corners of the city. It is the city of arts, for example

  • Public Art : Chicago Is A Hub For A Booming Culture Of Art

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    was around noon when I saw her, and wanted to show her daughter the great pieces of public art in Chicago. She passionately relayed the rich historical context of a few works of art: her main point being that Chicago is a hub for a booming culture of art. She noted that great artists from Europe, such as Picasso, Chagall, and Dubuffet, wanted to be a part of the modern art trends happening in Chicago in the twentieth century. She went as far to say that “these [pieces of artwork] are unique in the

  • Pablo Picasso The Old Guitarist

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    Old Guitarist by Pablo Picasso, which is an artwork that was painted with oil on a panel that is displayed in the Chicago Art Institute. It’s quite large in size to scale and appearance in relation to the framework. It appears to be cramped in the frame because it is presented on a small canvas, but it actually measures in at 48 3/8 x 32 ½. This painting may have paved the way for Picasso some may say by possibly being a pivotal moment in his life. The Art Institute of Chicago received this piece of

  • Essay about Cubism

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    Pablo Picasso Pablo Picassso was probably the most famous artist of the twentieth century. During his artistic career he created a large body of work that consisted of sculptures, prints and ceramics, while experimenting with several different materials. Today Picasso is known as one the forefathers of the artistic movement known as Cubism. Pablo Picasso was born on October twenty-fifth 1881, in Malaga, Spain, to Jose Ruiz and Maria Picasso. Rather than adopt the common name of his father, Picasso

  • The Life and Art of Pablo Picasso Essay

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    Pablo Picasso, although usually known as just Picasso. His full name though is actually: Pablo Diego José Francisco de Paula Juan Nepomuceno María de los Remedios Cipriano de la Santísima Trinidad Ruiz y Picasso. His signature is worth more than some of his paintings. In fact in some restaurants he just drew a quick face and then signed it (when he was famous). He was one of the most well known people in the 20th century. He was born in 25th of October 1881 in Malaga, Spain, and then died on the

  • Pablo Picasso: Innovation and Genius Essay

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    Pablo Ruiz Picasso created many historic artifacts. The artist got his well known name (Picasso) after his mother. This man born on october 25th 1881, with two sisters Lola and Conchita. His sister Conchita at the age of 4 fatally died. When Pablo was 8 his interests in painting started to get him into actually painting. Since the artist had such talent he then at the age of 5 got drawing lessons in Malaga, and his father who is an art teacher supported that in every way. Artistic Prodigy, is what

  • The Importance Of Public Art

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    space allows people to view for free. It is also easily accessible to all types of audience. The audience who views public art can be people from different age group, gender, ethnicity, belief, and class. “Placemaking is like homemaking”(Kelly). Chicago is one of the best location to explore interesting public art exhibitions. Overall, public art can be used as stress-free zone for family and friends. Not all would have positive views or comments about the public art. “The identity of the public

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