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Moi en jeune Picasso

Moi en jeune Picasso

18 years old (1900) (First two images are out of order)  At 18 years old. Picasso portrayed himself as serious. You can see with how he painted the eyes using charcoal and paper, they are wide in a normal Picasso style.

Picasso’s Self Portrait Evolution From Age 15 To Age 90

18 years old (1900) (First two images are out of order) At 18 years old. Picasso portrayed himself as serious. You can see with how he painted the eyes using charcoal and paper, they are wide in a normal Picasso style.

Fun with self portraits and photography. Have older kids snap pictures of the younger ones and then snap each other in artistic ways. Or have them do a photo shoot one week of someone that is important to them (mom or dad); using art as a way to honor others. Brainstorm what that may look like

Fun with self portraits and photography. Have older kids snap pictures of the younger ones and then snap each other in artistic ways. Or have them do a photo shoot one week of someone that is important to them (mom or dad); using art as a way to honor oth

Pablo Picasso, Self-portrait, in front of “Man leaning on a table” in his studio in the Rue Schoelcher, 1915/1916 Paris.

Pablo Picasso, Self-portrait, in front of “Man leaning on a table” in his studio in the Rue Schoelcher, Paris. Picasso at age 35

If you look at this collection of Pablo Picasso's portraits, and compare the first piece to the last, you'll find that the two are strikingly different. But if you then compare Picasso's work from the time he was a young man until the time of his death, some common thread emerges: you can tell the paintings were done by the same man.

Picasso’s Self Portrait Evolution From Age 15 To Age 90

If you look at this collection of Pablo Picasso's portraits, and compare the first piece to the last, you'll find that the two are strikingly different. But if you then compare Picasso's work from the time he was a young man until the time of his death, some common thread emerges: you can tell the paintings were done by the same man.

'Self-portrait' by German Dada artist Hannah Höch (1889-1978). Collage. via on art etc.:

'Self-portrait' by German Dada artist Hannah Höch collage. via on art etc.: Audrey's comment: I think she was influenced by Picasso's African masks here .

If you look at this collection of Pablo Picasso's portraits, and compare the first piece to the last, you'll find that the two are strikingly different. But if you then compare Picasso's work from the time he was a young man until the time of his death, some common thread emerges: you can tell the paintings were done by the same man.

Picasso’s Self Portrait Evolution From Age 15 To Age 90

90 years old (June via From Age 15 To Age See The Evolution Of Picasso's Self Portraits - demilked

Self Portrait Facing Death (June 30, 1972).  The piece is done with crayon on paper, and took several months to complete. Picasso held the drawing beside his face to show that the expression of fear. A friend who visited him remembers seeing it the first time and the second time, the second time the lines were much deeper. In this painting you see the fear of death in Picasso's eyes. It is like he was staring his own death in the face.

Picasso’s Self Portrait Evolution From Age 15 To Age 90

picasso self portrait 90 years old june 30 1972 Picassos Self Portraits from 15 Years Old to 90 Year Old

90 years old (July 2, 1972)  The eyes from the painting before carry the same fear of death look. It was to Picasso, death looking him in the eyes. The difference of this and the one before is the material used. The other painting "Facing Death" was colorful, this one is just pencil on paper but its obvious to tell the two pieces were done by the same person.

Picasso’s Self Portrait Evolution From Age 15 To Age 90

Pablo Picasso’s Extreme Self-Portrait Evolution From Age 15 To Age 90

Paul Cezanne Self Portrait, 1894, Post-Impressionism, Period: Final period, Oil on Canvas, Bridgestone Museum of Art, Tokyo, Japan

Self-Portrait in a Felt Hat, 1894 by Paul Cezanne, Final period. self-portrait. Bridgestone Museum of Art, Tokyo, Japan

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