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    described Pablo Picasso one of the world most famous artist that exsifile the word creativity.In this paper I will explore Pablo Picasso creativity and why some consider him to be a genus .We will visist his creative process‚ how his recoginioze problems and issues and what made him different and how he stood out from the rest of his peers and socitey .A famous quote from Pablo Picasso " I am always doing that which I cannot do in order that I may learn how to do it". Pablo Picasso was a famous

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    English Version I am going to be talking about the famous spanish painter Pablo Ruiz y Picasso. Pablo Ruiz y Picasso was a famous spanish painter during the early 1900’s. He was also a famous sculptor‚ ceramicist‚ printmaker‚ and stage designer. He was most famous for his paintings. He painted in an abstract manner which changed the effects of the paintings. Picasso’s paintings are found in many museums. These painting are divided into many periods that correspond to his life. The first period

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    Taylor Luchini Katherine Hammond Final Paper 12/12/12 Pablo Picasso Pablo Picasso was a very talented man. Not only was he an excellent painter‚ he was also a sculptor‚ print maker‚ ceramicist‚ and stage designer. Picasso was born on October 25‚ 1881‚ and was introduced to art at an early age due to the fact that his father was a painter. At age 16‚ he was sent to art school and by 1905 he was well known in the world of art. Picasso ’s work is usually categorized into periods of time. The

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    Pablo Picasso Art abstract is an abnormal way of expressing ones feelings and emotion. Pablo Picasso used abstract art throughout his paintings. Abstract art is used through paintings as distorted or exaggerated ways in orders to capture an idea. In order to reveal certain qualities of paintings‚ artist emphasizes natural objects appearances exaggerating parts of a painting. The artist is trying to put a message through his paintings through disorganize figures that only makes sense to him. The

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    Mathes Art 101 Professor Plourde Pablo Picasso Born October‚ 25th 1881 in Malaga Spain‚ Pablo Picasso became one of the most well-known and influential artists of the 20th century. His father‚ Don Jose Ruiz Blasco‚ was an art teacher and a painter. From an early age he showed interest in art and loved to doodle. According to biography.com by the time Pablo was “13 years old his paintings were already better executed than his father ’s.” In his lifetime Picasso was known for being a womanizer in

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    Pablo Picasso once said‚ “art is the lie that enables us to realize the truth.” Many times we look at a painting and we do not realize the stories that they depict. A painting may deceive you at first‚ but if you pay a closer attention to detail you may realize that it is the complete opposite of your initial reaction. Apollo’s Enchantment is an oil on canvas painting created in 1807 by an American artist‚ Benjamin West. West was born on October 10‚1738 near Springfield‚ Pennsylvania to Quaker

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    Pablo Picasso Weird‚ talented‚ and a past artist‚ if I was asked about Pablo Picasso‚ I would think these words. Pablo Picasso was born on October 25th‚ 1881‚ in Málaga‚ Spain. Picasso’s birth name was Pablo Diego José Francisco de Paula Juan Nepomuceno María de los Remedios Cipriano de la Santísima Trinidad Martyr Patricio Clito Ruiz y Picasso‚ his name honored Saints and Ruiz y Picasso was added to honor his parents. His parents were Don José Ruiz y Blasco and María Picasso y López. Some

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    Overview Pablo Picasso was the greatest and most significant artist in the beginning of the twentieth century. Best known as the father of Cubism‚ Picasso also made important contributions to Surrealism and Symbolism and he was the inventor of collage. Although he primarily saw himself as a painter‚ Picasso ’s sculpture work was highly significant‚ in addition he explored printmaking and ceramics. Pablo had a charismatic personality and was involved in many relationships with women which directed

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    Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) Pablo Ruiz Picasso was born on the 25th October‚ 1881 in Malaga in Spain. He was the first son of Jose Ruiz y Blasco and Maria Picasso y Lopez. His father was a painter and a professor of art at the School of Crafts and the curator of a local museum. Picasso learnt the basics of art from his father. Picasso also attended the Academy of Arts in Madrid‚ but dropped out within a year of joining it. He made his first trip to Paris in 1900 and loved the city

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    Pablo Picasso "Good artists copy‚ great artists steal." Pablo Picasso was born on October 25th‚ 1881 in Malaga‚ Spain. He was baptized Catholic‚ but would later convert into being an Atheist. His father‚ a painter‚ specialized in painting birds and other animals. Pablo Picasso showed a passion for art at an early age. According to his mother‚ his first words were "piz piz"‚ an abbreviation for the spanish word "lapiz" which means "pencil". Starting from the age of seven‚ Picasso started receiving

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