1. Alle Posts mit dem Tag "pablo picasso"

  2. Experts discovered a new painting by Pablo Picasso hidden beneath an existing 1901 work, with the help of infrared technology. The painting dates to the artist’s Blue Period (1900–04), when he was living in Paris and couldn’t afford to acquire new canvasses.

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  3. Modern Art in Amsterdam

    Located in Amsterdam-Zuid, the cultural heart of the city, Christie’s dependance is housed in a building that exemplifies the Amsterdam style of the 1920s and has seen some of the most important art auctions in the Netherlands. 

    This June, Christie’s Amsterdam is presenting another such iconic sale, with highlights such as Piet Mondrian, Kees van Dongen, MC Escher, and Pablo Picasso.

    Take a sneak peek of Modern Art at Christie’s Amsterdam

    Pictured: Bond of Union, 1956 by MC Escher 

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  4. Pablo Picasso taking a dip in Cannes, 1965, captured on camera by Lucien Clergue. 

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  5. Banksy, Pablo Picasso, and Nan Goldin were the top 3 most popular artists in May. 

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  6. We caught up with legendary photographer Lucien Clergue to chat about his inspirations, his breakfast, and his friend Picasso.

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  7. Spending his Summers at the French Riviera, Pablo Picasso found that working with clay was a relaxing summer respite from the more strenuous demands of painting. Full of Joie de vivre, his ceramic explorations have a whimsical and sense of freedom that is unmatched by his paintings and works in other media. 

    As some of his creations are up for auction this May, we took a closer look the market for Picasso’s ceramics. 

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  8. Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.

    Pablo Picasso 

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  9. Rebel Youth

    Adventurous, crazy, free-spirited .. whatever your age, let’s celebrate the wild side of life since, as Pablo Picasso once wisely said, "Youth has no age." 

    Discover your inner rebel on artnet Auctions

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  10. From Picasso to Dalí and Basquiat, discover the top 300 most popular artists in January. 

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  11. Pablo Picasso's ceramic explorations have a whimsy and sense of freedom that is unmatched by his paintings and works in other media. This charming oval platter is no exception.

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  12. Picasso’s Ceramics

    Pablo Picasso, who spent his summers on the French Riviera, visited the nearby Madoura ceramics factory in Vallauris in 1946. He soon found that working with clay was a relaxing summer respite from the more strenuous demands of painting. The Spanish artist began pursuing his new-found passion with utilitarian objects, but proceeded to create more ambitious forms as his career progressed. 

    Now, we’re very excited to feature a beautiful selection of ceramics by Pablo Picasso on artnet Auctions. The works create a fascinating overview of the artist’s final creative burst in sculptural form.

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  13. Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.

    Pablo Picasso

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  14. Remembering Picasso

    "Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life." - Pablo Picasso

    One of the most prominent and innovative artists of the 20th century, Pablo Picasso was born on this day in 1881 in Málaga, Spain. 

    Held in the highest regard during his lifetime, he is celebrated for his lengthy and prolific career working in several modernist idioms, as well as for co-founding Cubism. In 1973, Picasso died in Mougins, at 92 years old, and is renowned today as one of the pioneering and most influential forces of 20th-century modernism.

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  15. Happy birthday to Pablo Picasso, born on this day in 1881, whose artistic genius continues to inspire artists and collectors around the world. 

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  16. Nature Morte à la Pastèque

    Still Life with Watermelons captures the warmth of the South of France in the town of Vallauris where Pablo Picasso created this masterpiece. He beautifully infuses the cherries and watermelon slice with jewel-like colors that contrast against a dramatic black background and the crosshatched tablecloth. 

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