Crying woman (1937) by Pablo Picasso. Qué  profunda tristeza siento al contemplarlo! !! There's a movement of cubism in this piece this is because of the use geometry on this works in which was build up with the use of shapes to create this view. Also the use of colour made this piece look lively.

From Goya to Picasso: Spanish art at Scotland's National Gallery

Crying woman (1937) by Pablo Picasso. Qué profunda tristeza siento al contemplarlo! !! There's a movement of cubism in this piece this is because of the use geometry on this works in which was build up with the use of shapes to create this view. Also the use of colour made this piece look lively.

Pablo Picasso 1881 - 1973 TÊTE DE FEMME signed Picasso (lower left) oil on canvas 65 by 54cm. 25 5/8 by 21 1/4 in. Painted on 12th March 1935. Estimate      23,036,800 - 28,796,000USD LOT SOLD. 27,144,549 USD

Pablo Picasso 1881 - 1973 TÊTE DE FEMME signed Picasso (lower left) oil on canvas 65 by 54cm. 25 5/8 by 21 1/4 in. Painted on 12th March 1935. Estimate 23,036,800 - 28,796,000USD LOT SOLD. 27,144,549 USD

Pablo Picasso's controversial "Guernica" is a political statement. This paintings illustrates an immediate reaction to the Nazi's casual bombing  during the Spanish Civil War. This painting is an antiwar symbol, and a reminder of the tragedies. Guernica interpretations vary widely. There are also critics warn against trusting the political message.

The Top 10 Most Controversial Artworks of All Time

Pablo Picasso's controversial "Guernica" is a political statement. This paintings illustrates an immediate reaction to the Nazi's casual bombing during the Spanish Civil War. This painting is an antiwar symbol, and a reminder of the tragedies. Guernica interpretations vary widely. There are also critics warn against trusting the political message.

Picasso made these fractured, disjointed paintings by “analyzing” an object or scene from every angle, and then painting a single composition that combines each viewpoint. This early style of Cubism is actually called Analytic Cubism.

Picasso made these fractured, disjointed paintings by “analyzing” an object or scene from every angle, and then painting a single composition that combines each viewpoint. This early style of Cubism is actually called Analytic Cubism.

One of many still life paintings I've done.  Please contact me if you're interested in commissioning original artwork.  www.sheiladiemert.com

One of many still life paintings I've done. Please contact me if you're interested in commissioning original artwork. www.sheiladiemert.com

The purpose of art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls.Pablo Picasso

The purpose of art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls.Pablo Picasso

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