Pablo Picasso was born in Spain in 1881 under the name of Pablo Ruiz. His father is a professor of drawing.
During his studies at the School of Fine Arts in Barcelona , Pablo Picasso shows an exceptional talent . In 1901 , he took his mother's name , Picasso. In 1904, he moved to Paris in Montmartre, the workshop Laundry Boat . His career as a painter and sculptor , will evolve with his life, his encounters, emotions. From 1901 to 1904 , it is called Blue Period . His paintings are cold and sad because in 1901, in February , his great childhood friend Casagemas commits suicide. Picasso will be greatly affected . Then comes the period of 1905-1906 Rose , he falls in love , gets a taste for life , takes as its subject the themes of the circus. He frequented the Louvre and many artist friends , rubs the Fauves , look at the Impressionists, and was particularly interested in Paul Cézanne. He met Georges Braque , and with him they invent Cubism. But Georges Braque enlisted in the war of 1914-1918. Picasso continued to paint . All experiences will feed his painting, " I put my whole life to learn to draw like a child," he says . He died in 1973.
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