The name of Maria Pryimachenko (1908-1997) became known to the world in the mid-1930s. At the World Exhibition in Paris, the Ukrainian artist was awarded the gold medal for surprising the whole artistic world with her paintings. Among those who got to know her art work were Pablo Picasso, Marc Chagall, and Louis Aragon. When Picasso saw her paintings, he immediately admitted that, if Pryimachenko lived in France, she would be more famous than him.

alovelycuppa: “ The name of Maria Pryimachenko became known to the world in the At the World Exhibition in Paris, the Ukrainian artist was awarded the gold medal for surprising.

Fig 5. Pablo Picasso, Vase zoomorphe, la Tarasque (Zoomorphic vase, the Tarasque)

Fig Pablo Picasso, Vase zoomorphe, la Tarasque (Zoomorphic vase, the…

The name of Maria Pryimachenko (1908-1997) became known to the world in the mid-1930s. At the World Exhibition in Paris, the Ukrainian artist was awarded the gold medal for surprising the whole artistic world with her paintings. Among those who got to know her art work were Pablo Picasso, Marc Chagall, and Louis Aragon. When Picasso saw her paintings, he immediately admitted that, if Pryimachenko lived in France, she would be more famous than him.

alovelycuppa: “ The name of Maria Pryimachenko became known to the world in the At the World Exhibition in Paris, the Ukrainian artist was awarded the gold medal for surprising.

Maria Pryimachenko, "naive" art my foot The name of Maria Pryimachenko (1908-1997) became known to the world in the mid-1930s. At the World Exhibition in Paris, the Ukrainian artist was awarded the gold medal for surprising the whole artistic world with her paintings. Among those who got to know her art work were Pablo Picasso, Marc Chagall, and Louis Aragon. When Picasso saw her paintings, he immediately admitted that, if Pryimachenko lived in France, she would be more famous than him.

The threat of War - Maria Pryimachenko, 1986

Robert Tatin's Frénouse, a magical cement fortress near the small town of Cossé-le-Vivien, France. Featured in RV 32. http://rawvision.com/articles/robert-tatin

Robert Tatin's Frénouse, a magical cement fortress near the small town of Cossé-le-Vivien, France. Featured in RV

Nude gathering flowers - Pablo Picasso - Naive, 1958

Pablo Picasso, 1958 Nu cueillant des fleurs on ArtStack

Pablo Picasso - 1939 Le chat saisissant un oiseau by iPad Mimi, via Flickr

Pablo Picasso - "Cat Seizing a Bird", 1939 - Oil on canvas

Truly my African Picasso! I love his work! Zach Mukwira.

Truly my African Picasso!

Pablo Picasso -Nudes in Reverie, 1920

Nudes in Reverie - Pablo Picasso, 1920

Picasso's Bull, December 1945 -- January 1946.

Pablo Picasso's The Bull great for drawing lesson- animals and abstract

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