Picasso – “Woman’s Head”

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From the artwork of Pablo Picasso “Woman’s Head”  He had always loved life passionately and devoted the most important part of his work to the representation of women – models, muses, friends. Each time a new woman appears in his life, Picasso changes his style, his mode of representation. Jacqueline, in this portrait, is the one who will share his life until his death in 1973. In this Tête de femme, the forms surge forward not by the drawing lines but by the paint itself.

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Entretien Foulard en Soie

 

Artiste

Picasso tete de femme 1946-1 photo

Pablo Picasso

Tête de femme

Pablo Ruiz Picasso, né à Málaga Espagne en 1881 et mort à Mougins en 1973 était peintre, dessinateur et sculpteur espagnol ayant passé l’essentiel de sa vie en France.  Il s’est toujours passionné pour la vie et il a consacré la plus importante de son œuvre à représenter les femmes – des modèles, des muses, des amies. A chaque fois qu’une nouvelle femme a fait son apparition dans sa vie, Picasso a changé son style, c’est à dire sa façon de représenter les choses. Jacqueline, en buste ici, est celle qui partagera sa vie jusqu’à sa mort en 1973. Ici, il a fait surgir des formes non pas par le dessin, mais par la peinture elle-même. Il peint d’un trait rapide, ocre et brun sur fond noir. Ce portrait de femme est schématisé, il répète sans cesse les mêmes signes : des symboles, des rayures, des plans hachurés, des étoiles, des arêtes… Au centre de ce portrait linéaire, avec ses formes géométriques, l’œil, son regard fixe, semble pleurer des étoiles…

Pablo Ruiz Picasso, was born in Málaga Spain in 1881 and died in Mougins, France in 1973 ; he was a Spanish painter, illustrator and sculptor having spent most of his life in France. He had always loved life passionately and devoted the most important part of his work to the representation of women – models, muses, friends. Each time a new woman appears in his life, Picasso changes his style, his mode of representation. Jacqueline, in this portrait, is the one who will share his life until his death in 1973. In this Tête de femme, the forms surge forward not by the drawing lines but by the paint itself. He paints his lines quickly, ochre and burnt umber on a black ground. This portrait is schematised, he repeats the same signs: symbols, stripes, hachure, stars, ridges… In the centre of this linear portrait, with its angles and curves, the eye, staring out, seems to be shedding tears of stars.

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