Pa·blo [pah-bloh; Spanish pah-blaw], /ˈpɑ bloʊ; Spanish ˈpɑ βlɔ/, 1881–1973, Spanish painter and sculptor in France.
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How to use Picasso in a sentence
Working for him, Rosen writes, meant learning the art of interviewing from the “Picasso” of the form.
The National Gallery of Art’s senior lecturer David Gariff recorded a 2020 lecture with views of the Riviera by Matisse and several others, including Monet, Renoir, Picasso, Pierre Bonnard and Paul Signac.An art lover’s Impressionist video trip to Provence and the Riviera | Nancy Nathan | February 5, 2021 | Washington Post
The inner critic must be shut down, and the inner Picasso turned up.The Neurology of Flow States - Issue 91: The Amazing Brain | Heather Berlin | October 14, 2020 | Nautilus
In other words, the inner critic must be shut down, and the inner Picasso turned up.The Neurology of Flow States - Issue 91: The Amazing Brain | Heather Berlin | October 14, 2020 | Nautilus
Now, just as avid an art collector, Jay Z spoke about the meeting of cultural worlds (and rapped about them) in “Picasso Baby”.William, Kate, and Jay Z’s Favorite Art Star: Alexander Gilkes' World of Rock Stars and Royalty | Tim Teeman | December 10, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
If only he had worked for FIFA, he might have a Picasso by now.
And let us be sure, also, that the Picasso goes back to the Hermitage Museum.
The well in which he unabashedly dips back into over and over is that of Picasso.
Picasso worked from the photograph to create the blocked, jagged shapes he painted on canvas.
Just as Picasso brings twentieth-century nature into his still lives, so the young composer brings it into his music.Musical Portraits | Paul Rosenfeld
Their paintings show a remarkable affinity to the style of Picasso and Matisse.
So, though Picasso remains the animator of the doctrinaire school or schools, Lhote may become the master.
So the doctrinaire side of the movement persists, animated by Picasso, and schooled to some extent by Lhote.
And, besides being extraordinarily inventive, Picasso is what they call "an intellectual artist."
British Dictionary definitions for Picasso
Pablo (ˈpæbləʊ). 1881–1973, Spanish painter and sculptor, resident in France: a highly influential figure in 20th-century art and a founder, with Braque, of cubism. A prolific artist, his works include The Dwarf Dancer (1901), belonging to his blue period; the first cubist painting Les Demoiselles d'Avignon (1907); Three Dancers (1925), which appeared in the first surrealist exhibition; and Guernica (1937), inspired by an event in the Spanish Civil War
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