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  • Pablo Ruiz Picasso (25 October 1881 – 8 April 1973) was a Spanish artist who lived and worked in Paris for many years. Around 1906–1908 together with
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  • Henri Matisse (category 1950s deaths)
    one of the very few indisputable giants of modern art, alongside Pablo Picasso and Kandinsky. chronologically, by date of the quotes "Notes d'un Peintre"
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  • early-20th-century avant-garde movement pioneered by Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso, Juan Gris, and Fernand Léger, joined later by Jean Metzinger, Albert Gleizes
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  • Abstract expressionism. In the beginning he was strongly influenced by Picasso, Cubism, and w:Chaim Soutine. He was married with Elaine de Kooning and
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  • Afterward you can remove all traces of reality. Pablo Picasso, in: Conversation avec Picasso, 1935; Translated in: Herschel Browning Chip (1968, p. 270)
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  • Art (section S)
    myself to one color — as a form of discipline. Pablo Picasso, On his blue and rose periods, Picasso on Art. In the twentieth century, modernism and postmodernism
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  • now naturally I am with Picasso. Arshile Gorky (1940s), in Gorky Memorial Exhibition, Schwabacher pp. 28 (his quote in 1940's) Push answers with pull
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  • desired suddenness from certain associations. The pieces of paper that Picasso and Braque [Breton refers here to the early collage art of the two Cubists
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  • Life (section S)
    cage appears, holding a Souliman Aktapan, a fat multicolored beastie, Picasso, who seems surprised to be out in daylight. He licks his half-dead master
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  • Arshile Gorky (category 1940s deaths)
    us, but it is so uncertain. I have in front of me photographs of all Picassos best works. The mere I admire them the further I feel myself removed from
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  • Salvador Dalí (category 1980s deaths)
    two models of rigour happened to me at the same time. In his lecture 'Picasso et moi'’ (MPC 65) When I have at last become like a statue through the
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  • no fundamental difference between a painting by Picasso [from Picasso's so-called 'abstract' period] and one by Paulus Potter [Dutch painter in 17th
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  • Joan Miró (category 1980s deaths)
    d’Art 11, nos. 8-10, 1936 Picasso was wild about it and said it was one of the best things I have ever made. [on Miro's exhibition in Paris, 1938 where
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  • Gino Severini (category 1960s deaths)
    elements to their expression of external realities; Scientific Cubists (Picasso, Metzinger) and 'Orphiques' [sic]. (I give you [ Umberto Boccioni ] this
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  • the work was more important than the artist’s personality. Of the Europeans, I mostly admired the way Picasso, Klee and Brancusi 'made' their art. Contrary
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  • Phillip Guston (category 1980s deaths)
    Mantegna, Uccello - but I was attracted also by the modern idioms - Léger, Picasso - and was close to the abstract painters on the project such as Stuart
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  • had always done this, ever since the invention of collage. Braque and Picasso brought newspaper clippings and headlines into their images, though these
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  • Frida Kahlo, then it went to Tina, and Edward and... Also, if you're into Picasso, and you want to find out about him and that whole area of art and European
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  • Joan Mitchell (category 1990s deaths)
    'modern' [both chuckle], it was Picasso. I mean, everybody. But I avoided that like the plague. I thought.. .I loved Picasso, but it just wasn't for me..
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  • Last words (section S)
    know I can’t drink any more. Who: Pablo Picasso Note: Paul McCartney paid homage to Picasso in the song Picasso's Last Words (Drink to Me), which can be
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