March 16, 2009 § 5 Comments
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Tagged: Abstract Art, Cubism, Dora Maar, lady man, Pablo Picasso, Picasso, Spanish Civil War, Surrealism, Weeping Woman
I love your interpretation of this painting, it means so much more to me now. Thank-you.
Surrealism is the style that intends to shock whoever views ‘em, right? I hope I got that right from my Art Appreciation class. Of course I was listening, hahaha!
I have to agree that Picasso captured the woman grieving over the bloodshed, a beautiful work indeed.
I’m generally not a Picasso fan, but the story on this was very interesting. Why one would need a model for a picture like this, however, is beyond me.
To me this is when art became self-aware and manipulative. This trend led us to today’s artists physically assaulting the audience or killing animals for shock value.
The last real art movement was impressionism. Or possibly Jugend.
Though it expresses the emotions very well, it is not that beautiful.
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