Still Life with Pitcher and Apples, Picasso

Pablo Picasso Still Life with Pitcher and Apples, 65 x 43 cm - The colours used in this painting by Picasso are very dull and simple, but exaggerate the shading and highlighting used to show where the light and dark spots on the jug and fruit are.

drawpaintprint:  Pablo PIcasso: Guernica (1937)  137.4” x 305.5”, oil Robert Hughes:    Picasso’s Guernica, 1937 is the last of the line of formal images of battle ad suffering that runs from Uccello’s Rout of San Romano through Tintoretto to Rubens, and thence to Goya’s Third of May and Delacroix’s Massacre at Chios. It was inspired by an act of war, the bombing of a Basque town during the Spanish Civil War. The destruction of Guernica was carried out by German aircraft, manned by German…

Pablo Picasso: Guernica 1937 Oil on canvas 349 cm × 776 cm in × in) in Museo Reina Sofia, Madrid, Spain

Ron English's take on Pablo Picasso's Guernica

nglish's Interpretation Of Picasso's Guernica Ron English did over 50 interpretations of Picasso's Guernica. I can imagine he finds Guernica.

“The Fourth of May” and is based upon Francisco Goya’s The Third of May.  Goya’s painting commemorates the Spanish resistance to Napoleon’s armies during the Peninsular War of 1808.  It was during this time that Napoleon’s official title was “Emperor of the French”.  In many ways, Napoleon and the French could be compared to the Emperor and the Empire from the Star War universe; similarly, the people of Spain could just as easily be seen as the Rebels; both resisting an imposed authority.

'The Fourth of May' based upon Francisco Goya's The Third of May