©Пабло Пикассо - Лежащая обнаженная под сосной 1959

Buffet Henry II and armchair with dog 1959 Crouching female nude 1959 Fish chowder 1959 Lying female nude under the pine tree 1959 Seated female nude 1959 The dining room of Vauvenargues 1959 Naked woman on the beach and shovel 1960
Пабло Пикассо - Лежащая обнаженная под сосной 1959

Лежащая обнаженная под сосной 1959
194x279см холст/масло
Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL, USA
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From Art Institute of Chicago:
For many artists living amid the destruction and rebuilding of postwar Europe, the great painters and sculptors of the past offered an important sense of continuity and order. In Nude under a Pine Tree, Pablo Picasso looked to the long tradition of figurative painting, including the female nudes of Francisco de Goya. In contrast to his predecessors, however, Picasso placed the monumental figure on rocky terrain, rather than on a plush chaise. He also used bold, modernist forms that referenced his own earlier artistic styles: the flattened face, segmented legs and torso, and multiple viewpoints recall some of his Cubist works, while the color palette evokes his classical style of the 1920s.
— Permanent collection label