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Top 10 Melhores Livros Sobre a Obra de Pablo Picasso

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Top 10 Melhores Livros Sobre a Obra de Pablo Picasso Pablo Picasso é reconhecidamente um dos mestres da Arte do século 20. Considerado um dos artistas mais famosos e versáteis de todo o mundo, produziu muitos trabalhos, não somente pinturas, mas esculturas e cerâmica. Pablo Picasso foi um dos artistas mais influentes do século XX, e sua vida e obra continuam a ser amplamente estudadas e admiradas. Picasso, juntamente com Georges Braque, desenvolveu o Cubismo, uma abordagem revolucionária na arte que rompeu com as formas tradicionais de representação. Uma de suas obras mais famosas, "Guernica" (1937), é um poderoso protesto contra a brutalidade da Guerra Civil Espanhola e é considerada uma das mais impressionantes representações artísticas da angústia da guerra. Ele foi influenciado por uma variedade de estilos e culturas, incluindo arte africana, surrealismo e classicismo. Ao longo de sua vida, ele criou mais de 20.000 obras de arte, incluindo pinturas, esculturas, cerâmicas e gravuras. Querendo se aprofundar no assunto? Conheça a seleção dos nossos editores dos melhores livros que abordam a vida e a obra de Pablo Picasso para comprar on-line.

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Picasso: Painting the Blue Period

New insights into Picasso's Blue Period, through innovative technology that reveals hidden compositions, motifs and alterations, plus hitherto unknown information on the artist's materials and process This lavishly illustrated volume reexamines Pablo Picasso's famous Blue Period (1901-04) in paintings, works on paper and sculpture. Relying on new information gleaned from technical studies performed on The Blue Room (Le Tub) (1901), Crouching Beggarwoman (La Miséreuse accroupie) (1902) and The Soup (La Soupe) (1903), this multidisciplinary volume combines art history and advanced conservation science in order to show how the young Picasso fashioned a distinct style and a pronounced artistic identity as he adapted the artistic lessons of fin-de-siècle Paris to the social and political climate of an economically struggling Barcelona. Essays, a chronology and a summary of conservation findings contextualize Picasso's experimental approach to painting during the Blue Period. A major contribution to the burgeoning field of technical art history, Picasso: Painting the Blue Period advances new scholarship on one of the most critical episodes in 20th-century modernism.

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Picasso: Painting the Blue Period

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Picasso and Paper

pagamento. Termos How Picasso's genius seized the potential of paper throughout his career Picasso's artistic output is astonishing in its ambition and variety. Picasso and Paper examines a particular aspect of his legendary capacity for invention: his imaginative and original use of paper. He used it as a support for autonomous works, including etchings, prints and drawings, as well as for his papier-collé experiments of the 1910s and his revolutionary three-dimensional "constructions," made of cardboard, paper and string. Sometimes his use of paper was simply determined by circumstance: in occupied Paris, where art supplies were in short supply, he ripped up paper tablecloths to make works of art. And of course his works on paper comprise the preparatory stages of some of his very greatest paintings. With reproductions of nearly 400 works of art and a series of insightful new texts by leading authorities on the artist, this sumptuous study reveals the myriad ways in which Picasso explored the potential of paper at different stages of his career. Picasso and Paper is published for an exhibition organized by the Royal Academy of Arts, London, and the Cleveland Museum of Art in partnership with the Musée national Picasso-Paris. The legendary life and career of Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) spanned nearly the entire 20th century and ushered in some of its most significant artistic revolutions.

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Picasso and Paper

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Picasso e o Guernica

Obra de arte monumental e um dos ícones contra a violência política, Guernica é a resposta de Picasso para o terrível bombardeio que arrasou a cidade basca de mesmo nome, no auge da Guerra Civil espanhola. Ao ver uma foto da barbárie cometida contra civis, o artista imediatamente começou a desenhar fragmentos de fúria, a imaginar uma gigantesca tela em preto e branco, à altura de sua revolta. Este livro revela o passo a passo da magnífica criação — dos estudos aos vários estágios do trabalho até a concepção final da tela de quase oito metros de comprimento —, situando-a no contexto da vida e da arte desse gênio revolucionário, que inventou nova maneira de olhar a realidade.

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Picasso e o Guernica

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Pablo Picasso 1881-1973: Genius of the Century

The beautifully illustrated fourth volume of Picasso's life--set in France and Spain during the Spanish Civil War and World War II--covers friendships with the surrealist painters; artistic inspiration around Guernica and the Minotaur; and his muses Marie-Thérèse, Dora Maar, and Françoise Gilot; and much more. Including 271 stunning illustrations and drawing on original and exhaustive research from interviews and never-before-seen material in the Picasso family archives, this book opens with a visit by the Hungarian-French photographer Brassaï to Picasso's chateau in Normandy, Boisgeloup, where he would take his iconic photographs of the celebrated plaster busts of Marie-Thérèse, Picasso's mistress and muse. Picasso was contributing to André Breton's Minotaur magazine and he was also spending more time with the likes of Man Ray, Salvador Dalí, Lee Miller, and the poet Paul Éluard, in Paris as well as in the south of France. It was during this time that Picasso began writing surrealist poetry and became obsessed with the image of himself as the mythic Minotaur--head of a bull, body of a man--and created his most famous etching, Minotauromachie. Richardson shows us the artist is as prolific as ever, painting Marie-Thérèse, but also painting the surrealist photographer Dora Maar who has become a muse, a collaborator and more. In April 1937, the bombing of the town of Guernica during the Spanish Civil War inspires Picasso's vast masterwork of the same name, which he paints in just a few weeks for the Spanish Pavilion at the Paris World's Fair. When the Nazis occupy Paris in 1940, Picasso chooses to remain in the city despite the threat that his art would be confiscated. In 1943, Picasso meets Françoise Gilot who would replace Dora, and as Richardson writes, "rejuvenate his psyche, reawaken his imagery and inspire a brilliant sequence of paintings." As always, Richardson tells Picasso's story through his work during this period, analyzing how it shows what the artist was feeling and thinking. His fascinating and accessible narrative immerses us in one of the most exciting moments in twentieth century cultural history, and brings to a close the definitive and critically acclaimed account of one of the world's most celebrated artists.

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Pablo Picasso 1881-1973: Genius of the Century

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A Life of Picasso IV: The Minotaur Years: 1933-1943

The beautifully illustrated fourth volume of Picasso's life--set in France and Spain during the Spanish Civil War and World War II--covers friendships with the surrealist painters; artistic inspiration around Guernica and the Minotaur; and his muses Marie-Thérèse, Dora Maar, and Françoise Gilot; and much more. Including 271 stunning illustrations and drawing on original and exhaustive research from interviews and never-before-seen material in the Picasso family archives, this book opens with a visit by the Hungarian-French photographer Brassaï to Picasso's chateau in Normandy, Boisgeloup, where he would take his iconic photographs of the celebrated plaster busts of Marie-Thérèse, Picasso's mistress and muse. Picasso was contributing to André Breton's Minotaur magazine and he was also spending more time with the likes of Man Ray, Salvador Dalí, Lee Miller, and the poet Paul Éluard, in Paris as well as in the south of France. It was during this time that Picasso began writing surrealist poetry and became obsessed with the image of himself as the mythic Minotaur--head of a bull, body of a man--and created his most famous etching, Minotauromachie. Richardson shows us the artist is as prolific as ever, painting Marie-Thérèse, but also painting the surrealist photographer Dora Maar who has become a muse, a collaborator and more. In April 1937, the bombing of the town of Guernica during the Spanish Civil War inspires Picasso's vast masterwork of the same name, which he paints in just a few weeks for the Spanish Pavilion at the Paris World's Fair. When the Nazis occupy Paris in 1940, Picasso chooses to remain in the city despite the threat that his art would be confiscated. In 1943, Picasso meets Françoise Gilot who would replace Dora, and as Richardson writes, "rejuvenate his psyche, reawaken his imagery and inspire a brilliant sequence of paintings." As always, Richardson tells Picasso's story through his work during this period, analyzing how it shows what the artist was feeling and thinking. His fascinating and accessible narrative immerses us in one of the most exciting moments in twentieth century cultural history, and brings to a close the definitive and critically acclaimed account of one of the world's most celebrated artists.

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A Life of Picasso IV: The Minotaur Years: 1933-1943

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Picasso in Fontainebleau

In the summer of 1921, on the west wall of his improvised garage studio in Fontainebleau, France, Pablo Picasso painted two large-scale and astonishingly different-looking pictures side by side. On the left hung his classicizing Three Women at the Spring, long associated with the "return to order" in the aftermath of World War I. To its right, Picasso worked on one of two versions of Three Musicians, often described as the culmination of his prewar Cubist style. The visual dissonance of this pairing still has the ability to shock. Yet, a close look at Picasso's handling of materials, studio installations and fluid understanding of style reveals that these two seemingly incompatible works have more in common than meets the eye, as do other monumental works on canvas, small paintings, line drawings, etchings and pastels that he created in Fontainebleau during his brief three-month residency. Published to accompany an exhibition that reunites Three Women at the Spring and Three Musicians with the richly varied body of work that emerged from Picasso's Fontainebleau stay, this copiously illustrated catalog, including never-before-seen photographs and archival documents, offers an introduction by curator Anne Umland and 15 object-based essays coauthored by art historians and conservators.

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Picasso in Fontainebleau

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Picasso: Masters of Art: 1

Discover the motifs, masterpieces, and driving forces behind the artist Pablo Picasso. Picasso was arguably the most influential artist of the 20th century. Over the course of a career that spanned seven decades--and included thousands of paintings, sculptures, ceramics, drawings, prints, and tapestries--his work continued to evolve in response to his own life and to events in the world around him. This elegant introduction to Picasso offers lively artistic and biographical commentary, as well as beautiful reproductions of key works. Readers will discover why Picasso's work is often categorized by "periods" and his masterful achievements in the realms of neoclassicism, surrealism, and sculpture--in short, how his tremendous body of work reflected the development of modern art in the 20th century.

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Picasso: Masters of Art: 1

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Picasso and the Art of Drawing

In this generously illustrated and lively book, Christopher Lloyd sets out and interprets the lifelong achievement of Picasso (1881-1973) as a draftsman. Although there have been many publications about his drawings that have tended to focus on particular periods of his career, this stunning volume specifically examines how drawing serves as the vital thread connecting all of Picasso's art, just as it also links his private world with his public persona of which he was becoming increasingly aware in his later years. Picasso and the Art of Drawing ultimately showcases how the basis of the titular artist's style as painter, sculptor, printmaker, and designer was manifestly achieved through drawing.

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Picasso and the Art of Drawing

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Picasso the Foreigner: An Artist in France, 1900-1973

Born from her probing inquiry into Picasso's odyssey in France, which inspired a museum exhibition of the same name, historian Annie-Cohen Solal's Picasso the Foreigner presents a bold new understanding of the artist's career and his relationship with the country he called home. Winner of the 2021 Prix Femina Essai Before Picasso became Picasso--the iconic artist now celebrated as one of France's leading figures--he was constantly surveilled by the French police. Amid political tensions in the spring of 1901, he was flagged as an anarchist by the security services--the first of many entries in an extensive case file. Though he soon emerged as the leader of the cubist avant-garde, and became increasingly wealthy as his reputation grew worldwide, Picasso's art was largely excluded from public collections in France for the next four decades. The genius who conceived Guernica in 1937 as a visceral statement against fascism was even denied French citizenship three years later, on the eve of the Nazi occupation. In a country where the police and the conservative Académie des Beaux-Arts represented two major pillars of the establishment at the time, Picasso faced a triple stigma--as a foreigner, a political radical, and an avant-garde artist. Picasso the Foreigner approaches the artist's career and art from an entirely new angle, making extensive use of fascinating and long-overlooked archival sources. In this groundbreaking narrative, Picasso emerges as an artist ahead of his time not only aesthetically but politically, one who ignored national modes in favor of contemporary cosmopolitan forms. Annie Cohen-Solal reveals how, in a period encompassing the brutality of World War I, the Nazi occupation, and Cold War rivalries, Picasso strategized and fought to preserve his agency, eventually leaving Paris for good in 1955. He chose the south over the north, the provinces over the capital, and craftspeople over academicians, while simultaneously achieving widespread fame. The artist never became a citizen of France, yet he generously enriched and dynamized the country's culture like few other figures in its history. This book, for the first time, explains how.

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Picasso the Foreigner: An Artist in France, 1900-1973

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Picasso - Crianças Famosas

Pablo Picasso e considerado um dos artistas mais famosos e versáteis de todo o mundo, ele produziu muitos trabalhos, não somente pintura mas esculturas e cerâmica. Também e conhecido como sendo o cofundador do Cubismo. Neste livro, o leitor encontrara a infância de Picasso, saberá como foi sua vida na escola e conhecera seu gosto pelo desenhos e suas primeiras obras.

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Picasso - Crianças Famosas

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