Digital Picassolian discovery
thirst for creativity,
of the twentieth century, to become one of the indisputable masters of modern art.
Pablo sees. He sees everything and records. And then he transcribes his vision of the world on his canvases. It is through his representations that we can decipher the artist's state of mind , from blue melancholy to pink joy, from portraits of lovers to the harsh reality of war. But when he is in love, his painting is harmonious , sensual, the work of a fulfilled man.
"Under the influence of the brush and the charm of his works, I also decided to reproduce those which intrigued me more." Beatrice B.
What do collectors
looking in a Picasso?
The painting concentrates everything that collectors are looking for: a period of the most sought after, color, material, spontaneity in the treatment of the collar and the thickness of the cheeks.
This young blonde and discreet woman,
Marie-Thérèse becomes the lover and her muse from the year 1932 "erotic year".
Picasso then represents her with soft and voluptuous features.
Always in search of a new style, attentive, curious, preoccupied by a demanding research, he absorbs, analyzes and gropes a lot of styles without knowing where he is going.
Above all, Pablo is convinced that he should not expect anything but himself and have to forge his path on his own, assert his vision and deepen his experience.
Le Baiser 1925 is a barbaric work, an orgasm of colors and undoubtedly one of the closest to surrealism, transforming an encounter into a violent explosion, surprisingly expressive. The figures of the two characters are gradually being reconstructed.
The nose of the man and the mouth of the woman can only evoke the sexes tending towards each other but it is by the density of the colors and by the bursting of the forms that one finds oneself transported.
Picasso painted for himself before seducing an audience. Painting is his diary.
It reflects his moods, his impulses, his loves, his anxieties. It follows the thread of his life from day to day, which is why he always takes care to note precisely on each painting, each drawing, each engraving, the date of its creation.