©Пабло Пикассо - Сидящая обнаженная женщина 1910

Portrait of a Woman 1910 Portrait of Ambroise Vollard 1910 Portrait of Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler 1910 Seated female nude 1910 The good Derain 1910 William Uhde 1910 Woman Sitting in an Armchair 1910
Пабло Пикассо - Сидящая обнаженная женщина 1910

Сидящая обнаженная женщина 1910
92x73см холст/масло
Tate Gallery, London, UK
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From Tate Gallery, London:
In the early years of cubism, Picasso constructed his images using small facets, or geometric planes, and represented objects from different viewpoints. Many critics of the period believed the artist aimed to represent reality in a new, almost scientific manner. However, as this atmospheric painting shows, Picasso could use this technique for expressive ends. Here, the woman has been all but stripped of her humanity and appears strangely mechanistic. At the same time, Picasso demonstrates his awareness of tradition in her pose and in the play of light within the picture.