Leaving London for a Lazy Day in Malaga
Thursday, April 21 Returning to Spain was a long ride. After a subway commute to the train station, a train to the airport, a flight to Malaga, and a bus to my hostel, I arrived at my destination. I wanted to spend a lazy day in Malaga to visit its Picasso Museum before returning to Sevilla. On my flight I was accompanied by many Brits on Easter vacation. But, they should have stayed in London. The weather in Malaga was awful. Nearly of Spain has been experiencing a downpour of rain, while…
Pablo Picasso | Dying Bull | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Picasso's father took him to see his first bullfight in 1889, when he was only nine years old. The spectacle so impressed him that he made it the subject of his very first painting that same year. In 1934 Picasso again took up the subject in an extensive series of drawings, prints, and paintings in which the choreography of the corrida became a metaphor for life and death
Sep. 10, 1981: Spanish artist Pablo Picasso’s monumental anti-war mural Guernica is received by Spain after four decades of refugee existence. One of Picasso’s most important works, the painting was inspired by the destruction of the Basque town of Guernica by the Nazi air force during the Spanish Civil War.
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Pablo Picasso | Man with a Lollipop | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Picasso turned the youth in the drawing (MMA 1999.363.68) into the weather-beaten old man seen in this painting. Given the artist's predilection for the sexual and the macabre, and as an astute reader of Freud, he was perhaps poking fun at those who, late in life, revert to childlike pleasures or seek substitutes for erotic ones
Pablo PICASSO (Malaga, 1881 - Mougins, 1973) POISSON FOND NOIR, 1952 (A.R. # 167 - G.B. # 26 ) Plat ovale
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Monument to the Spaniards who Died for France by Pablo Picasso, 1946-1947, Spain, Madrid, Reina Sofia Museum of Modern Art Stock Photo 4042-1556
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Pablo Picasso | Still Life with a Bottle of Rum | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Picasso painted this work in Céret, a small town in the foothills of the French Pyrenees, where he worked alongside Georges Braque (1882-1963). Their joint development of the painterly style called Cubism has become the stuff of legend