Pablo Picasso: A collection of 855 works (HD)

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    Pablo Picasso: A collection of 855 works (HD)
    Description: "Pablo Picasso was the most dominant and influential artist of the first half of the twentieth century. Associated most of all with pioneering Cubism, alongside Georges Braque, he also invented collage and made major contributions to Symbolism and Surrealism. He saw himself above all as a painter, yet his sculpture was greatly influential, and he also explored areas as diverse as printmaking and ceramics. Finally, he was a famously charismatic personality; his many relationships with women not only filtered into his art but also may have directed its course, and his behavior has come to embody that of the bohemian modern artist in the popular imagination.
    It was a confluence of influences - from Paul Cézanne and Henri Rousseau, to archaic and tribal art - that encouraged Picasso to lend his figures more structure and ultimately set him on the path towards Cubism, in which he deconstructed the conventions of perspective that had dominated painting since the Renaissance. These innovations would have far-reaching consequences for practically all of modern art, revolutionizing attitudes to the depiction of form in space.
    Picasso's immersion in Cubism also eventually led him to the invention of collage, in which he abandoned the idea of the picture as a window on objects in the world, and began to conceive of it merely as an arrangement of signs that used different, sometimes metaphorical means, to refer to those objects. This too would prove hugely influential for decades to come.
    Picasso had an eclectic attitude to style, and although, at any one time, his work was usually characterized by a single dominant approach, he often moved interchangeably between different styles - sometimes even in the same artwork.
    His encounter with Surrealism, although never transforming his work entirely, encouraged not only the soft forms and tender eroticism of portraits of his mistress Marie-Therese Walter, but also the starkly angular imagery of Guernica (1937), the century's most famous anti-war painting.
    Picasso was always eager to place himself in history, and some of his greatest works, such as Les Demoiselles d'Avignon (1907), refer to a wealth of past precedents - even while overturning them. As he matured he became only more conscious of assuring his legacy, and his late work is characterized by a frank dialogue with Old Masters such as Ingres, Velazquez, Goya, and Rembrandt."
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A T +30
A T

In his paintings we see & feel the grotesqueness of humanity, which Picasso, through his genius, made into a timeless art form. The older I get, the more appreciative I have become in understanding this particular contribution from Picasso. Reality is harsh and difficult to accept, such as the grotesqueness we all possess within ourselves. Visually, Picasso brought this aspect of humanity to our attention, allowing us to contemplate in a non-violent way, and perhaps through this attention, we could seek salvage, not revenge or harm to others.

Hace 2 años
L G
L G

Bla-bla-bla…..

Hace 19 días
Gora Tajo +3
Gora Tajo

This is utterly bullshit.. Just because the hype around his painting started from a few so wanna be people who acted as if they understood art and derive whatever meaning they wanted to and thus few more saw it as a highly sophisticated trend to distinguish themselves as passionate people of art from the mere common mindsets , more followed them like cows in a herd. It's all human psychology which puts values to everything only because of the result of the unnecessary hype around them. Pretty foolish people I must say. Tbh Michalangelo and Da vincci where the greatest artist ever to be born from my perspective. Coming back to picasso, his paintings are a complete bullshit, no seriously it looks like a kid just drew them out of boredom (And I'm sure one of you'll comment that i am the most foolish person who doesn't u derstand art) please geez.. I can draw better than him.. Period..

Hace 5 meses
Captain Enaad +4
Captain Enaad

WHAT... EVER

Hace un año
木下布左 +107
木下布左

It was a precious time to appreciate Picasso's paintings in chronological order and see the changes in the paintings

Hace 2 años
David Sotomayor +2
David Sotomayor

Color y forma, la familia completa,armonia sinfonica . . .

Hace 2 años
Ursula Görgen +4
Ursula Görgen

Die Vielfalt seiner Werke sein unerschöpfliches Talent,seine Erscheinung und Ausstrahlung danke picasso

Hace 2 años
Noah +16
Noah

You can just see the change in emotion and expression in every piece shown in this video. Truly an amazing man, and an amazing artist.

Hace un año
Kit Richardson +17
Kit Richardson

That was fascinating. You see Picasso go through enthusiasms with various painters like Renoir and Cezanne and Van Gogh—And doing justice to all of them, before finding himself ultimately.

Hace un año
Maria Augusta Santos +4
Maria Augusta Santos

Gratidão a quem fez esta postagem amo a arte

Hace un año
Linda Dowling +1
Linda Dowling

Next best thing to viewing his masterful artworks in a museum..a real genius! Thank you for this presentation..

Hace 4 meses
Ga Ma +1
Ga Ma

Piękna nowa kolekcja!!!

Hace 5 años
Claudia Carballeda +2
Claudia Carballeda

Cada obra te sorprende y transporta a diferentes épocas,transportando las al aquí. Y ahora.🇦🇷💕

Hace un año
OFF-DAZE +17
OFF-DAZE

what i love about this is the simplicity of the work and while most call it overrated to me looking at this is like looking at photographs but instead of seeing what he took a picture of you get to see glimpses of his life and things he experienced throughout and people he met etc

Hace 4 años
Hasni. yt
Hasni. yt

Aboni pliiz ♥️

Hace 11 meses
Gloria Hanes +3
Gloria Hanes

One of the greatest painters who ever lived, the variety and diversity of his artwork is arguably some of the best work done in history. 19:06 a portrait of Gertrude Stein, a fine art collector who amassed a huge amount of artwork in her lifetime, including Pablo Picasso.

Hace 2 años
Michael Osborne +13
Michael Osborne

Mind blowing … maybe will never be repeated in art history…. Like our universe…

Hace 9 meses
Lakshmi Miriyala
Lakshmi Miriyala

By god grace🙏🏿🙏🏿

Hace un mes
Milciades Andrion +7
Milciades Andrion

The value of his works is incalculable. This video is very valuable and worth watching many times.

Hace un año
Michael Wakeman
Michael Wakeman

I agree. So much is to be learned from this series. My VERY FAVORITE artist is Kandinsky. Also, there are quite a few artists that I have never even heard of! For instance, Paolo Panini, I was blown away by his paintings. You know, one lifetime is not enough time to learn all we would like to know. For instance, I am a painter and I get so inspired by artists like Kandinsky, Picasso and so many others. Well, God Bless you and your family :o)

Hace 11 meses
splodge 57 +7
splodge 57

If you view his work in museums alongside other artists of the same period you realise just how good a painter Picasso was. I love looking at his pictures. Thank you for the video.

Hace 3 años
Angela Dallimore +3
Angela Dallimore

Yes me too They are quite something

Hace 2 años
chanchal banerjee +8
chanchal banerjee

Masterpieces of the great master.

Hace un año
松子 +35
松子

The best collection of Picasso. Thank you for sharing.

Hace 2 años
Fanny Xidme Martínez Mora Martinez +2
Fanny Xidme Martínez Mora Martinez

Bellas obras de arte del pintor inmortal Picasso. Gracias,

Hace un año
eliene frança +2
eliene frança

Olha, não sei como esse pintor ficou famoso. Eu vejo cada desenhista e pintor maravilhoso e não é tão famoso quanto ele. Achei a pintura dele melancólica talvez retrata o que ele percebia na sua época.

Hace 8 meses
Drinking and Drawing +10
Drinking and Drawing

I recently went to the Metropolitan Museum of Art and saw a few of his works. I was limited on time and had Picasso on a checklist along with a few others. I wasn't expecting to be awed by him, after all I had seen his work on screen. Then, I met Marie Therese as he did, reading at a table in a cafe. The thing about seeing a Picasso up close is that you can feel his paintings. Somehow while you stand in their presence, you stand in his. Aside from being a ground breaking artist, Picasso was also a bit of a ladies man (or womanizer take your pick). I get the artist thing, people love artist. What I could never wrap my mind around was how a jumbled series of shapes, could be so alluring to a potential partner. I think I get it now. Picasso didn't paint their bodies, he painted them. In heights of joy, in depths of sorrow so powerful, so real that it shattered reality. I would say that along with John Singer Sargent, Pablo Picasso was a favorite on the visit. Awesome stuff.

Hace 4 años
eilm lilm +14
eilm lilm

I enjoyed this very much. In my opinion, it takes a broken vessel, to understand some master pieces. Thank you.

Hace 3 años
RVGdota +6
RVGdota

I dont know anything about painting, but, in his ealier works it feels like there is an tension on the painting on some spots, like the paper is about to rip itself, and in later works it feels to me like he let the tension grows and rip in every paint. its amazing

Hace un año
monesh supekar +5
monesh supekar

Pablo Picasso Through his pictures takes us to a different world, that we have left it from childhood to youth. The world which was very near to us when we were young. But as a grownups we left it and lost it. Therefore we are unhappy. But Pablo knew us better than ourself And he remeet us what we left and lost. Pablo takes us to that world where world becomes speechless And pictures start speaking. To express feelings through art is the real power of Pablo Picasso. Hats off to Pablo.

Hace un año
AALWAYS LUCKY
AALWAYS LUCKY

PICASSO IS EXTREMELY OVERRATED. His level of painting are the same level for kindergarten

Hace un mes
FILLIÈRE +14
FILLIÈRE

Wonderful. Thank you . . . this is the one I've been most waiting for . . . no disappointments for me.

Hace 5 años
Yoam, Arte y Pulsión +1
Yoam, Arte y Pulsión

🌹🌹Amo la obra y lo creativo que fue Picasso🌹🌹🌹

Hace un año
Carl Bowlby +7
Carl Bowlby

Hands down the best painter/artist of the 20th century. So far my favorite video where I watched it in its entirety.

Hace 2 años
Ulises Machado +4
Ulises Machado

Los equilibrios perfectos y armonias en sus pinturas. Que gran pintor.

Hace 2 años
Gothrough Fine ART +1
Gothrough Fine ART

Hi #Gothroughfineart

Hace 2 años
Visual Zen Meditation +1
Visual Zen Meditation

It's great to be able to discover many unknown works 👍❤

Hace un año
Rodrigo Alvarez +2
Rodrigo Alvarez

De vez en cuando YouTube te pone una joya como esta. Precioso.

Hace 2 años
Ígneo G L +1
Ígneo G L

Una maravillosa presentación, pero ¿y los créditos de la música? Eso es lo único de mal gusto, espero que lo corrijan porque es un gran canal de arte.

Hace un año
edi madi gabi +12
edi madi gabi

Legend has it, this man created over 50,000 works in his life, and up to 1000000 sketches.

Hace un año
Liam Murphy
Liam Murphy

Yeh mate they are common as muck. Just think of all the painted walls he left behind.

Hace un mes
Joseph Ter Meer +2
Joseph Ter Meer

I thought his son Paulo reported, in an interview with Charlie Rose, of 70,000 works.

Hace 5 meses
Michael Wakeman +2
Michael Wakeman

I really enjoy this series. My very favorite artist is Kandinsky, who by the way, painted my very favorite painting! If you haven't checked out Giovanni Panini, PLEASE do. I don't know why he isn't more famous(maybe he is and I don't know as much about famous artists as I thought, anyway, he just blew me away! :o) God Bless you all and your families.

Hace 11 meses
Toto Koko
Toto Koko

who care about your favorite painter , do some painting by number and do it in silence then you will dont have the time to comment on youtube LOLLLLLLLLLL

Hace 10 meses
jose luis diaz diaz +2
jose luis diaz diaz

Maravilloso canal donde vemos infinidad de obras desconocidas de todos estos geniales pintores.

Hace 2 años
Fernanda Nolaço +3
Fernanda Nolaço

Eu não sei pintar e nem desenhar mas amo arte. É incrível a expressão pela arte. Considero que todos que possuem habilidades artísticas tenham uma inteligência a mais

Hace un año
Susanta Chakraborty
Susanta Chakraborty

Excellent

Hace un año
Christopher McKay +9
Christopher McKay

He had such a gift! So much feeling, passion & love. Let’s not forget his eye! ❤️

Hace 2 años
P Hill +1
P Hill

I agree! Picasso was a genius!

Hace un año
Bb Jain
Bb Jain

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Hace 2 años
The Red Pilgrim Healing Artist +13
The Red Pilgrim Healing Artist

Thanks for this! pablo Picasso collection! such rare artworks! 👌👌👌🙌🙌🙌

Hace 4 años
Maria Del Carmen Hernandez Huerta +1
Maria Del Carmen Hernandez Huerta

Aravilloso Picasso y sus pinturas azules

Hace un año
Carlos Thaga +4
Carlos Thaga

EXCELENTE VÍDEO DAS TELAS DO MESTRE : PABLO PICASSO.

Hace un año
addller andrew +1
addller andrew

Estranho, o segundo período não parece o mesmo pintor. O traço é divergente. Monet tem constância, mas este entrou em um túnel e saiu em outro mundo de dimensão fractal.

Hace 9 meses
Alice Martins +1
Alice Martins

EU AMOR AS OBRAS DE PICASSO 🥰🥰👍👍🙋‍♀️🙋‍♀️🥀🥀🥀☘☘💋💋💋

Hace un año
Bond7 +1
Bond7

24:45 My favorite painting ,a master piece.

Hace 10 meses
Reynar Tanyag +1
Reynar Tanyag

I love the colors combination and i realy appreciate the master and life.

Hace 10 meses
Sabrina Nascimento +4
Sabrina Nascimento

He is awesome Artist. I learned a lot from him. I do Re-enactments to learn how Artists do things.

Hace 2 años
Luna Dias +2
Luna Dias

Saber expressar a arte é conhecer o interrior de cada pensamentos que nos levam ao imaginário da essência da verdade dentro de cada tela . Pintar é sabermos expressar nossos sentimentos , deixar fruir o que ha no nosso pensamentos ; o que há de verdade na nossa sensibilidade de criarmos , fazer as coisas acontecerem de tal maneira que ela , a arte fala por nós ; um mundo cheio de surpresas onde o imaginário fala por nós .traços finos , grossos é o que faz a diferença entre cada tela ; deixa- a fala por você . É só observa- la que ao mesmo tempo que procura as palavras para interpleta- la ela já fala por você no piscar dos olhos sem parar estamos com a resposta na boca sem percebermos , isso é o que nos fascinam cada vez mais ao apreciarmos uma obra de arte e, as que desenham é mais encantador ainda . Sirenes Alves .

Hace un año
Adán Garrido Rangel +1
Adán Garrido Rangel

El arte siempre vivo😄

Hace 2 años
Blue Serpent +2
Blue Serpent

Picasso...Aahh : The most (com)passionate, vigourous, brutally beautiful and sensitive painter there has ever been, - a genius of color, form and emotion...Thank you for this collection !

Hace 11 meses
rama desai +1
rama desai

Great work ! Wonderful ! Thanks a lot for video !!

Hace un año
Людмила Исаенко +1
Людмила Исаенко

Спасибо за такую большую подборку работ Пикассо.

Hace un año
charles webster +5
charles webster

Folding the subject to new but keeping the old as one thank you pablo.

Hace 4 años
Philip Davis
Philip Davis

I'm speechless .... awed , bedazzled , the music only super magnifies the language of Picasso's work .... WOW !!! 😌 .... Ohm shanti shanti Ohm ... Thank you 😌

Hace 6 meses
bal esp +2
bal esp

Pablo Pablito clavo un clavito y al mundo entero exclamó su grito rompedor con el arte de la pintura. Viva Málaga y sus habitantes donde impera el arte.

Hace 2 años
Art Tech +4
Art Tech

beautiful and superb works

Hace 5 años
Dana Pejkic +1
Dana Pejkic

Pablo Picasso - genije,eros,ljubav i potraga za njom i otud mnogo istrazivanja i preusmerenja a samo zato sto je Skorpion nemiran i perfekcionist ♥️♥️♥️

Hace 2 años
Janice Rigsbee +4
Janice Rigsbee

If memory serves me correct Picasso in his later years suffered from depression so this might explain the difference in his painting style in that era.

Hace 2 años
Beth Raposo
Beth Raposo

Gratidão... 🙏🏽 ❤️

Hace 5 meses
Matthew Margo +2
Matthew Margo

I wish they had a version in Spanish

Hace un año
Николай Молчанов «Ведь не всё на Земле ложь...» +1
Николай Молчанов «Ведь не всё на Земле ложь...»

Thank you so much for such great videos.

Hace un año
torry nerheim +1
torry nerheim

Wonderful!

Hace 2 años
Jesus Carasa +2
Jesus Carasa

Gracias, amigo. ¡Que regalo tan extraordinario!.. Además, me pillas escribiendo sobre él.

Hace un año
Bożena Bakiera +1
Bożena Bakiera

Pablo odrzucił Dorę Maar, którą tak namalował, jakby nie chciał jej w całości. Spróbowałam ten obraz odtworzyć , chociaż nie jestem żadną malarką, i czuję ból jej wnętrza.

Hace 2 años
Bo Møller Andersen +1
Bo Møller Andersen

Amazing talent.

Hace 2 años
Christopher McKay +3
Christopher McKay

I live and love for this video. Wow! So impressed.

Hace 2 años
Oscar Zalazar +1
Oscar Zalazar

Gracias por tanta belleza

Hace 2 años
omar saadoune +1
omar saadoune

Great work ! Wonderful !, Thanks a lot for video

Hace 4 meses
Camilo Lopez Contreras +4
Camilo Lopez Contreras

Es como navegar en un mundo nuevo, un mundo no antes visto, una proyeccion del ojo hacia el lienzo, una presicion de la mano y el pincel y la libertad de seguir normas diferentes a la que existen, que tambien son importantes pero en un mundo donde no conocemos generaciones futuras ni pasadas, nos encontramos con diferentes cosas, desde estar en casa, desde salir a caminar, andar en carro, bicicleta, tener nuestra manera de vivir, pero mas que todo eso la inquietud de ser alguien, de ser un objetivo, esto es lo que logro picasso y braque, aventureros de un secreto.

Hace 3 años
Gladys Rodriguez +1
Gladys Rodriguez

NO TENGO ESAS SENSACIONES QUE EXPRESAS PORQUE NO LAS ENTIENDO. CONOCEMOS LAS PASADAS GENERACIONES ARTISTICAS, POR LA HISTORIA,LA ARQUEOLOGIA, ETNOGRAFIA, CADA DIA MAS. Y HAY MUCHOS DOCUMENTALES EN YOUTUBE. EL FUTURO SI SE VE MUY GRIS Y SE NOTA EN LA 'PINTURA' QUE NI SE SABE Y LA EXTRAÑA IDEOLOGIA DE DESTRUCCIOM DE NUESTRAS CULTURAS. LAS BIBLIOTECAS AYUDAN MUCHO TAMBIEN. CREO QUE ESE MUNDO CULTURAL EN GENERAL NOS CAPACITA PARA TENER UN ESPIRITU FUERTE ANTE LA ADVERSIDAD Y VER CON SERENIDAD EL PORVENIR. UNA VIEJECILLA DE 71 AÑOS. FL USA

Hace 2 años
Edoh Hèléne Kouvahey +2
Edoh Hèléne Kouvahey

Pablo est divin ,ses oeuvres embrassent tous ts les domaines de univers vs etes sublime.merci

Hace 2 años
Jimmy Kohan +1
Jimmy Kohan

Excelente!!!! -gracias

Hace un año
brako uno +1
brako uno

muy bueno!

Hace 2 años
Tarun Ghatak +1
Tarun Ghatak

Cuanto mas veo tanto.mas me sorprenden las pinturas.

Hace 11 meses
Margit Kállay +1
Margit Kállay

Nagy örömömre szolgált hogy láthattam ezt a videót Szeretem Picassot és köszönöm

Hace 2 años
Sabrina Nascimento +7
Sabrina Nascimento

I paint what I feel, This Pandemic helped me express myself, letting my Darkness express what I am feeling. I don’t label my own paintings. I don’t think these Artists said This is what I meant when I painted this painting.

Hace 2 años
Terces
Terces

i feel pretty much the same as you, also for me the pandemic did that aswall. the only part is, i LOVE labeling a few of my paintings xD i hope you can feel that the names i give are mostly a light hearthed fun that most times shall make you think.

Hace 2 años
Breveenn Kukan
Breveenn Kukan

Picasso is a genius!!!

Hace 5 meses
Margarita Resta +1
Margarita Resta

Nadie se atreve a decir que las ultimas pintura de Picasso son una burla? Las anteriores eran más agradables

Hace 11 meses
klesk173a +1
klesk173a

."Masterpiece".! People still don't know why his painting a true art.:)

Hace un año
klesk173a
klesk173a

@takeru satoh Say that your playing a game and the max level is 99.Picaso already mastered level 99 when he was at age 15.So he made he's own content which is called "cubism"

Hace un año
takeru satoh
takeru satoh

Please tell me if you know it

Hace un año
Maria Chavez Vidal +1
Maria Chavez Vidal

Exelente artículo.

Hace un año
Angela Bender +1
Angela Bender

He painted the world as it was then

Hace 2 años
paul milsom
paul milsom

This is just Awesome.... I am now a Picasso lover...

Hace 3 meses
Cean66 +1
Cean66

Thank a lot...great work

Hace un año
Art and Comedy +3
Art and Comedy

Thanks alot for this video. In a way is even better then going to a museum. But, can you please tell the name of the painting at 52:25. I think that I am going to make a video about it. Thank you!

Hace 3 años
LearnFromMasters +5
LearnFromMasters

' 'Untitled'. 25-April 1936. 46 x 38 cm. Oil on canvas' '. You're welcome!

Hace 3 años
William Araújo +1
William Araújo

... Os artistas são valorados depois que morrem! Van Gogh ñ obteve sucesso, mas depois de morto suas obras são uma fortuna. Um mundo oportunista viceja em torno dos artistas! Hunf!

Hace un año
Jerry Chaput +1
Jerry Chaput

This was so sasspatorious Awsome!!! Thankyou Thankyou for this learning experience.

Hace 2 años
Maria Welling +1
Maria Welling

Extraordinary!!

Hace un año