Crying woman (1937) by Pablo Picasso. Qué  profunda tristeza siento al contemplarlo! !! There's a movement of cubism in this piece this is because of the use geometry on this works in which was build up with the use of shapes to create this view. Also the use of colour made this piece look lively.

From Goya to Picasso: Spanish art at Scotland's National Gallery

Picasso's Weeping Woman Pablo Picasso, Weeping Woman, oil on canvas. The Tate, London From the Tate London website: “ One of the worst atrocities of the Spanish Civil War was the bombing of the.

GIACOMO COSTA Florence -1970. His production includes Agglomerati, kaleidoscopic accumulations of urban buildings; Paesaggi (Landscapes), which features countryside or urban landscapes from where enormous monoliths stem out; Palazzi (Palaces),

GIACOMO COSTA Florence His production includes Agglomerati, kaleidoscopic accumulations of urban buildings; Paesaggi (Landscapes), which features countryside or urban landscapes from where enormous monoliths stem out

Picasso - strings and scrolls... what's not to love?

Picasso - strings and scrolls. The scroll mentions, based around newsprint, could be how I incorporate books into my own Cubism-style work. Music themed artwork was a key brainstorm idea, to find artwork using both Cubism and Music is ideal.

Pablo Picasso >> Violín Colgado en La Pared  |  (oleo, obra de arte, reproducción, copia, pintura).

Our Inspiration: Violin Hanging on the Wall. Possibly begun Sorgues, summer completed Paris, early 1913 Pablo Picasso (Spanish,

David Hockney - This mural is made up of photographs. Even though the photos don't go together they still look really effective together. As I do photography I could take the photos, put them together and paint them.

David Hockney photo collage of a chair - Hockney shows how several viewpoints can be combined within the one photo montage to create an image that is intriguing and cohesive, despite the distorted perspective.

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