Delve into the rich artistic journey of Pablo Picasso through the collection of the Museé National Picasso in Paris, the world's largest dedicated to Picasso. Explore Picasso's diverse artistic phases, from his early years as a student in Spain to the revolutionary shifts of his Blue and Rose Periods, Cubism, Neo-Classicism, and Surrealism. Examine Picasso's relationships with fellow artists like George Braque and Henri Matisse and uncover the autobiographical layers in his work. Through this immersive study, gain profound insights into Picasso's legacy and his significant impact on the art world.
This class is part two of a series and covers Picasso's Surrealist works, his most productive period in sculpture, printmaking and ceramics, and concludes with his late Neo-Primitivist style. Please register for part one separately.
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