©Пабло Пикассо - Мать и ребенок 1921

Head of woman 1921 Large Bather 1921 Leaning woman with bonnet 1921 Mother and child 1921 Mother and child 1921 Musicians with masks 1921 Musicians with masks 1921
Пабло Пикассо - Мать и ребенок 1921

Мать и ребенок 1921
97x71см холст/масло
Private Collection
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From The Art Institute of Chicago:
In 1917 Picasso traveled to Rome to design sets and costumes for Sergei Diaghilev’s famed Ballets Russes. Deeply impressed by the ancient and Renaissance art of that city, he began painting monumental figures inspired by antiquity. His new classical style was influenced by the finely modeled odalisques of Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres and the late, oddly proportioned female nudes of Pierre-Auguste Renoir. This paint-ing was also inspired by Picasso’s own life. Just three years earlier, he had married Olga Koklova, a Russian dancer, with whom he fathered his first child, Paolo, in 1921.
— Entry, The Essential Guide, 2013, p.264.