Art of the 20th Century




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Art Styles in 20th century Art Map



 


 

 

 

 
 

 
 


Pablo Picasso



The Image of the Artist  1881-1973
The Making of a Genius  1890-1898
The Art of Youth  1898-1901
The Blue Period  1901- 1904
The Rose Period  1904-1906
In the Laboratory of Art  1906-1907
Analytical Cubism  1907- 1912
Synthetic Cubism  1912-1915
The Camera and the Classicist  1916-1924
A Juggler with Form  1925-1936
War, Art and "Guernica"  1937
The Picasso Style  1937-1943
Politics and Art  1943-1953
The Presence of the Past  1954- 1963
The Case of "Las Meninas"  1957
The Old Savage  1963-1973
The Legend of the Artist



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appendix:

Pablo Picasso - Erotic Drawings 1968-1972
Pablo Picasso and his Women
 

 
 

 

 




The Picasso Style
 1937-1943




 


Cat Catching a Bird
1939

 


Cat Eating a Bird
1939

 


Bust of a Woman Wearing a Striped Hat
1939

 


Head of a Woman
1939

 


Marie-Therese Leaning on One Elbow
1939

 


Reclining Woman with a Book (Marie-Therese Walter)
1939

 


Woman with Mauve Hat
1939

 


Head of a Woman
1939

 


Seated Woman with Red and Blue Hat
1939

 


Portrait of Marguerite Walter (Meme)
1939

 


Portrait of Jaime Sabartes as Spanish Grandee
1939

 


Still Life with Bull's Head
1939

 


Cafe at Royan
1940

 


Cafe at Royan
1940

 


Self-Portrait
1940

 


Seated Woman (Dora Maar)
1941

 


Woman with Hat Seated in an Armchair
1941

 


Seated Woman in an Armchair
1941

 


Seated Woman in an Armchair
1941

 


Seated Woman in an Armchair
1941

 


Female Nude
1941

 


Women's Heads
1941

 


Seated Woman
1941

 


Bust of a Woman
1942

 


Seated Woman with Fish Hat
1942

 


 


 


Bull's Head on a Table
1942

 


Portrait of a Woman
1942

 


Portrait of a Woman (Dora Maar)
1942

 


Still Life with Guitar
1942

 


Bust of a Woman
1943

 


Child with Doves
1943

 


Portrait of a Woman
1943

 


Sleeping Man and Seated Woman
1943

 


Seated Nude Woman Gazing at a Sleeping Man
1943

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