©Пабло Пикассо - Портрет Мануэля Паллареса 1909

Houses on the hill 1909 Man with his Arms Crossed 1909 Nude 1909 Portrait of Manuel Pallares 1909 Seated woman 1909 Still life with bottle of Anis del Mono 1909 Woman and pears. Fernande 1909
Пабло Пикассо - Портрет Мануэля Паллареса 1909

Портрет Мануэля Паллареса 1909
67x49см холст/масло
Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, MI, USA
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Manuel Pallares and Grau (Horta de Sant Joan, Terra Alta, March 6, 1876 - Barcelona, 1974) was a painter and independent academic style, and best friend of Picasso. He studied drawing and painting at Tortosa Market of Barcelona, where he met Picasso in 1895. He was assistant José Ruiz Blasco, Picasso's father, in Halle.
He was the third child of a family of four brothers: Joseph, Carmen, larger and smaller Salvador. His father wanted his service for housework, especially administrative. The Pallarès had some land and a mill where the oil manufactured from top quality in that region. Manuel Pallares, who liked, especially hunting, he learned very early work in the field and was a very strong guy. He remembers that loading shoulder bags hundred pounds. But Manuel showed, a teenager at the same school, a great liking to drawing, and was also thanks to his tenacity, helped by his mother and encouraged by some friends of the family, his father decided - or resign to take him to study drawing and sculpture in Tortosa, with master Cerveto.