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.

The Weeping Woman  (La Llorona)

The Weeping Woman (La Llorona)

(Open RP) *cries blood dripping from multiple cuts. My eyes are dim as I weakly lift my head. I missed the flock..........I missed Iggy*

(Open RP) *cries blood dripping from multiple cuts. My eyes are dim as I weakly lift my head. I missed the flock..........I missed Iggy*

I'm still working on crying you that river. It's taking some time. Namely because I know how fat your ass is. We gonna need the Niagara Falls for you...

I'm still working on crying you that river. It's taking some time. Namely because I know how fat your ass is. We gonna need the Niagara Falls for you...

"et bah - APOLOGIE" The use of cutting out the models eye suggests that she does not want people to see her crying, although it is obvious to the audience. This image links with the idea of hidden emotions.

"et bah - APOLOGIE" The use of cutting out the models eye suggests that she does not want people to see her crying, although it is obvious to the audience. This image links with the idea of hidden emotions.

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