©Пабло Пикассо - Жизнь 1903

Angel Fernandez de Soto and his Friend 1903 Angel Fernandez de Soto with woman 1903 Ascet 1903 Life 1903 Breakfast of a Blind Man 1903 The Tragedy 1903 Dawn at Riera de Sant Joan 1903
Пабло Пикассо  - Жизнь 1903

Жизнь 1903
196x129см холст/масло
The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH, USA
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From The Cleveland Museum of Art:
In 1901, depressed over the suicide of a close friend, Picasso launched into the melancholic paintings of his Blue Period (1901-4). Only 20 years old and desperately poor, he restricted his palette to cold colors suggestive of night, mystery, dreams, and death. His obsession with themes of human misery and social alienation reached its climax with this painting. The subject has been interpreted variously as an allegory of sacred and profane love, a symbolic representation of the cycle of life, and a working-class couple facing the hazards of real life.