[Epub] Picasso By Carsten-Peter Warncke – Dileydi.be


  • Paperback
  • 740 pages
  • Picasso
  • Carsten-Peter Warncke
  • English
  • 06 January 2019
  • 3822838144

10 thoughts on “Picasso

  1. says:

    The Fall of Icarus, 1958 Art historian Carsten Peter Warncke s book on Picasso is an extensive examination of the artist s work from beginning to end, in seven lively chapters Picasso the Legend, The Early Years 1890 1901, The Blue and Rose Periods 1901 1906, Cubism 1906 1936, Classicism and Surrealism 1916 1936, War, Art and Politics 1937 1953, The Man and the Myth 1954 1973 Since this is a book review and not a book, I will limit myself to the final chapter, the last phase of the artist s li The Fall of Icarus, 1958 Art historian Carsten Peter Warncke s book on Picasso is an extensive examination of the artist s work from beginning to end, in seven lively chapters Picasso the Legend, The Early Years 1890 1901, The Blue and Rose Periods 1901 1906, Cubism 1906 1936, Classicism and Surrealism 1916 1936, War, Art and Politics 1937 1953, The Man and the Myth 1954 1973 Since this is a book review and not a book, I will limit myself to the final chapter, the last phase of the artist s life and work, Picasso between the ages of 73 and 92, a phase I find particularly absorbing Below are a number of quotes from the renowned art historian s The Man and the Myth 1954 1973 along with my comments Picasso s work from the later 1950s onwards typically drew upon personal material and also worked with constant repetition of his own motifs and compositions The Rape of the Sabine Women is a good case in point Anybody familiar with Picasso will iden...


  2. says:

    Born in M laga, Spain, in 1881, Pablo Picasso, became one of the greatest and most influential artists of the 20th century and the creator with Georges Braque of Cubism A Spanish expatriate painter, sculptor, printmaker, ceramicist and stage designer, Picasso was considered radical in his work After a long prolific career, he died on April 8, 1973, Mougins, France The enormous body of Picasso s work remains, however, and the legend lives on a tribute to the vitality of the disquieting S Born in M laga, Spain, in 1881, Pablo Picasso, became one of the greatest and most influential artists of the 20th century and the creator with Georges Braque ...


  3. says:

    I wanted to be a painter, I became Picasso said Picasso If you want to read one book about Picasso s life and career paintings, ceramics, graphic work, drawings and sculpture , this study is remarkable.


  4. says:

    Picasso said that at 8 years old he painted like Velazquez and when he was 60 or later he wanted to paint like a child He was right we are all born artists, but society, the socialization process that sews in class gender race in all its dimensions, takes it away from us That s why there are Picasso s and the rest of us The superman, the superpainter, the super is the result of the unsuper majorities But that can and has changed Discipline, imagination, hard work, resources to be able to m Picasso said that at 8 years old he painted like Velazquez and when he was 60 or later he wanted to paint like a child He was right we are all born artists, but society, the socialization process that sews in class gender race in all its dimensions, takes it away from us That s why there are Picasso s and the rest of us The superman, the superpainter, the super is the result of the unsuper majorities But that can and has changed Discipline, imagination, hard work, resources to be able tothan survive and thrive and give you access to pa...


  5. says:

    Libro t cnico sobre la obra de Pablo Picasso Pasa por sus primeros a os en M laga hasta su explosi n como artista revolucionario en Francia El libro no se ocupa en estudiar la psicolog a del artista malague o, sino que hace un an lisis formal de las obras.El texto es un poco tedioso a ratos, y creo que pudo haber sido mucho m s interesante si hubiera estudiado las diferentes relaciones que tuvo con las mujeres en su vida El suicido de Casagemas es un ejemplo claro de como Picasso interioriza ...


  6. says:

    why you gotta go reduce three dimensional space down to two dimensions like that it s almost as though it constitutes a lumpenized antisocial nihilist attack on perspective itself, kinda like Holbein s ambassadors but specifically commie this time.


  7. says:

    Absolutely fantastic biography and history of Picasso If you re look for a thorough, in depth look at his work and how each movement came about, this is the place to start 2 volumes, gorgeous pictures.


  8. says:

    A great collection of Picasso s work and history at a reasonable price Recommended.


  9. says:

    Bold and in depth depiction of his work Gotta love the rose period.


  10. says:

    Lots of great paintings that I hadn t seen before and lotsinformation about his life In depth information about Guernica which I need.


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Picasso The Definitive Introduction To The Scope And Range Of Picasso S Work The Times, London I Wanted To Be A Painter, And I Became Picasso, Declared Pablo Picasso 1881 1973 In An Apt Survey Of A Triumphant Career He Had Good Grounds For The Confidence Palpable In His Statement, For In The History Of 20th Century Art, His Name Stands Out Over All The Others In Picasso S Paintings, Drawings, Lithographs, Ceramics, And Sculptures, He Was Tirelessly Inventive And Innovative, Exhibiting An Aesthetic Bravado That Kept Him One Step Ahead Of His Contemporaries From Subject Matter To New Forms And Techniques To New Media, Picasso Got There First The Spanish Artist S Enormous Output, From The Eight Year Old S Beginnings To The Late Work Of A Man Of Ninety One, Is Surely One Of The Most Diverse And Creatively Energetic In The Whole History Of Art, And It Is No Exaggeration To See Him As The Genius Of The Century Carsten Peter Warncke S Study Is A Thorough Review Of Picasso S Entire Oeuvre, From The Early Blue And Rose Periods, Through The Analytic And Synthetic Cubism And Classicist Phase All The Way Up To The Art Of The Old Savage Picasso Our Study Of Picasso, The Most Exhaustive Record Of His Work To Date, Contains Almost 1500 Illustrations From His Earliest Drawings To The Master S Very Last Painting Extensive Bibliography Section As Well As Illustrated Section About Picasso S Life And Work Index Of Names


About the Author: Carsten-Peter Warncke

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