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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木下布左 +97
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 un año
Noah +13
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.

A T +11
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 un año
Kit Richardson +14
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
OFF-DAZE +12
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 3 años
Michael Osborne +5
Michael Osborne

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

Maria Augusta Santos +2
Maria Augusta Santos

Gratidão a quem fez esta postagem amo a arte

Hace un año
edi madi gabi +8
edi madi gabi

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

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
Fanny Xidme Martínez Mora Martinez +1
Fanny Xidme Martínez Mora Martinez

Bellas obras de arte del pintor inmortal Picasso.

Hace un año
Milciades Andrion +5
Milciades Andrion

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

RVGdota +4
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

Yoam, Arte y Pulsión +1
Yoam, Arte y Pulsión

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

chanchal banerjee +7
chanchal banerjee

Masterpieces of the great master.

Hace un año
splodge 57 +3
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 2 años
Carl Bowlby +5
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 un año
FILLIÈRE +12
FILLIÈRE

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

Hace 4 años
松子 +32
松子

The best collection of Picasso. Thank you for sharing.

Hace 2 años
eliene frança
eliene frança

Olha, não sei como esse pintor ficou famoso. Eu vejo cada desenhista e pintor maravilhoso e não é tão famoso quanto ele.

Ga Ma
Ga Ma

Piękna nowa kolekcja!!!

Hace 4 años

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