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Pablo Picasso Madoura Ceramic Plate - Jacqueline's profile, Ramié 385
By Pablo Picasso
Located in New York, NY
Picasso's 'Jacqueline's profile', Ramié 385 is one in an edition of 500. The small convex wall plaque is made of white earthenware clay with engraving that is accentuated by glaze an...
Category

1950s Abstract Impressionist Still-life Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic, Earthenware

Pablo Picasso Madoura Ceramic Plate - Profil de Jacqueline, Ramié 383
By Pablo Picasso
Located in New York, NY
Picasso's 'Jacqueline's profile', Ramié 383 is one in an edition of 500. The small convex wall plaque is made of white earthenware clay with engraving that is accentuated by oxidized...
Category

1950s Abstract Impressionist Still-life Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic, Earthenware

Jacqueline au Chevalet, 1956. Ceramic Dish Stamped Madoura Plein Feu by Picasso
By Pablo Picasso
Located in Madrid, ES
PABLO PICASSO ( 1881 - 1973 ) Jaqueline au chevalet ( A.R. 333 ) Stamped and numbered "Madoura Plein Feu / Empreinte Originale de Picasso / 169/200 (underneath) White earthware ceram...
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Mid-20th Century Modern More Art

Materials

Ceramic

Ceramic, Profil de Jacqueline (Jacqueline’s Profile), A.R. 385
By Pablo Picasso
Located in Oakland Hills, CA
Created in 1956, this Madoura convex wall plaque of white earthenware clay, engraving accentuated with glaze, black patinated ground (ivory, brown) is stamped with the 'EMPREINTE ORI...
Category

1950s Modern Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Clay, Earthenware, Glaze

pablo-picasso Biography and Important Works

One of the most prolific and revolutionary artists the world has ever seen, Pablo Picasso had a tremendous impact on the development of 20th-century modern art.

Although he is best known for his association with the Cubist movement, which he founded with Georges Braque, Picasso’s influence extends to Surrealism, neoclassicism and expressionism.

“Every act of creation is, first of all, an act of destruction,” the Spanish artist proclaimed. In his Cubist paintings, he emphasizes the two-dimensionality of the canvas, breaking with conventions regarding perspective, foreshortening and proportion. Picasso was inspired by Iberian and African tribal art. One of his most famous pre-Cubist works is Les Demoiselles d’Avignon (1907), a painting considered immoral and shocking at the time for its depiction of nude women whose faces resemble Iberian tribal masks.

He made many portraits in this style, most often of the women in his life, their expressively colored faces composed of geometric shards of surface planes. In Woman in a Hat (Olga), 1935, he painted his first wife as an assemblage of abstract forms, leaving the viewer to decipher the subject through the contrasting colors and shapes. Picasso was a tireless artist, creating more than 20,000 paintings, drawings, prints, ceramics and sculptures. Tracing his life’s work reveals the progression of modern art, on which he had an unparalleled influence.

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