Citations with the tag: PICASSO, Pablo, 1881-1973
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Gardner, J. // Commentary; May87, Vol. 83 Issue 5, p56
Pablo Picasso's influence has completely overleapt its artistic boundaries, implanting itself deeply within the souls of people everywhere. An overview of Picasso's work and a discussion of the one theme to which Picasso continued to return to--a motif he partially invented and enunciated...
- Double vision.
Adams, B. // Harper's Bazaar; Aug89, Issue 3332, p142
Discusses the unique friendship between artists Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque. Influence on each other's work; Joint contributions to the launching of Cubism; Master-student relationship; Competition.
- Even in his `early years,' Picasso experimented restlessly with style.
Shaw-Eagle, Joanna // Insight on the News; 04/28/97, Vol. 13 Issue 15, p40
Describes Picasso's contribution to portraiture and his art from ages 11 through 25. Survey of Picasso's restless search for artistic styles; Autobiography of Picasso.
- Poisoned genius.
Garvey, J. // Commonweal; 1/27/89, Vol. 116 Issue 2, p40
Opinion. Questions the relationship between personal morality and artistic genius in light of recent revelations about the life of artist Pablo Picasso.
- Multimedia reviews: Databases.
Valenza, Joyce // Media & Methods; May/Jun97, Vol. 33 Issue 5, p20
Reviews the computer disk `Picasso: The Man, His Work, The Legend,' which features the work of Picasso. Contents of the disk.
- Picasso: In the Beaux Quartiers.
Fitzgerald, Michael C. // Art in America; Dec92, Vol. 80 Issue 12, p82
Traces Picasso's evolving self-image as he effected the transition from iconoclastic bohemian to established--and socially lionized--master in his still lifes. `Picasso and Things,' the first international exhibit devoted exclusively to Picasso's still lifes; Jean Boggs, curator of the...
- The notebooks of Pablo Picasso.
Shinder, Jason // Kenyon Review; Spring90, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p158
Presents a fictional diary of artist Pablo Picasso. Description of a lover; Betrayal and pleasure; Painting of a friend; Dream of a woman unable to admit her need for someone.
- Pablo Picasso, classicist.
Shinder, Jason // Wilson Quarterly; Spring93, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p144
Focuses on artist Pablo Picasso from the article `Picasso: In the Beaux Quartiers,' by Michael C. Fitzgerald in the December, 1992 issue of the periodical `Art in America.' Picasso during the years 1881-1973; Emphasis on the painting `Studies.'
- Putting a price on Pablo Picasso.
Walls, Jeannette; Gelman, Jan // New York; 11/16/92, Vol. 25 Issue 45, p18
Reports that Pablo Picasso is as popular as ever, but not everyone is happy about it. Sources say that the artist's niece, Marina, has been selling some of the Cubist's original and limited-edition work; Comments from the artist's daughter Paloma; The unauthorized items for sale; Details.
- Instruments of desire: Musical morphology in the early work of Picasso.
Miller, Simon // Musical Quarterly; Winter92, Vol. 76 Issue 4, p443
Proposes a reading that will connect Picasso's use of musical subject matter, through key cubist images, with earlier Western artistic traditions. Importance for his post-Cubist work; Historical distinctions and symbolic function of the woodwind and string musical instruments; Historical...
- Roll over, Picasso.
Usher, Rod // Time International (South Pacific Edition); 10/30/95, Issue 43, p22
Discusses the painting `Guernica' by Spanish abstract painter Pablo Picasso. Letter from former French President Francois Mitterand, requesting King Juan Carlos to lend the painting; Picasso's instruction on `Guernica' before he died; Concerns over art conservation.
- Here's Pablo!
Plagens, Peter // Newsweek; 5/6/1996, Vol. 127 Issue 19, p76
Notices a proliferation in the number of endeavors glorifying artist Pablo Picasso. A Pablo Picasso site on the World Wide Web; Exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in New York through September 17, 1996; A new book `Picasso Paints a Portrait,' by David Douglas Duncan; Forthcoming movie...
- Picasso's ceramics.
Kangas, Matthew // Ceramics Monthly; Feb99, Vol. 47 Issue 2, p58
Focuses on the pottery objects created by artist Pablo Picasso featured in an exhibition originating at the Fundacion Bancaja in Valencia, Spain. Allusions to classical myths evident in Picasso's pottery work; Influences of cubist artists on his figurines.
- `All the things I like.'
O'Donovan, Leo J. // America; 8/15/1992, Vol. 167 Issue 4, p86
Offers a look at Pablo Picasso's still lifes. On view at the Philadelphia Museum of Art this summer; Number of paintings; History of Pablo Picasso (1881-1973); Explains several paintings; How `Picasso and Things' was conceived by Evan Turner, director of the Cleveland Museum of Art; Visitor...
- Picasso and the Avant-Garde in Paris.
O'Donovan, Leo J. // Antiques & Collecting Magazine; Jan2010, Vol. 114 Issue 11, p11
The article reviews the exhibition "Picasso and the Avant-Garde in Paris," on view through April 25, 2010.
- Pablo Picasso.
O'Donovan, Leo J. // Art Education; Nov80, Vol. 33 Issue 7, p4
Several photographs of Pablo Picasso's paintings are presented.
- Pictorial representation in art.
McFee, Graham // British Journal of Aesthetics; Jan1994, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p35
Attempts to explain the contours of pictorial representation. Consideration of the aptness of representational and figurative characterization of a work of art; Analysis of the painting `Nude Woman in a Red Armchair,' by Picasso; Resemblance-type account of pictorial art; Role of the concept of...
McFee, Graham // House Beautiful; Apr97, Vol. 139 Issue 4, p38
Discusses companies which deals with home furnishings and design, art exhibitions and shows. Andre Le Notre introduction of caisses a orangers or small orange-tree shrubs; Home furnishings shop, At House in Los Angeles; Exhibition `Picasso: The Early Years, 1892-1906,' at the National Gallery...
- Picasso's Old Age: 1963-1973.
Schiff, Gert // Art Journal; Jun87, Vol. 46 Issue 2, p122
Examines the paintings of Pablo Picasso in his old age. Problems and implications; Range of themes and subject matter explored by Picasso's paintings; Theoretical significance of the study.
- Pablo Picasso: The early years.
McCully, Marilyn // USA Today Magazine; Jul97, Vol. 126 Issue 2626, p38
No abstract available.
- Picasso the prolific.
Duthy, Robin // Town & Country; Feb94, Vol. 148 Issue 5165, p117
Reports on the decline of prices on Picasso's works. Reasons; Statistical information.
- Picasso's sentinel.
Tuchman, Phyllis // Art in America; Feb98, Vol. 86 Issue 2, p86
Examines Pablo Picasso's sculpture `Man with a Lamb.' History of the sculpture; Information on Picasso; How the sculpture was designed; Details on Picasso's artwork.
- Kid's stuff.
Tuchman, Phyllis // Town & Country; Mar97, Vol. 151 Issue 5202, p48
Describes the works of Pablo Picasso featured in the exhibition `Picasso: The Early Years 1892-1906,' at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. on March 30-July 27, 1997. Age of Picasso when he started painting; Blue and Rose periods of Picasso's paintings; Titles of featured paintings...
- editor's note.
Bridge, Maryellen // Arts & Activities; Feb2010, Vol. 147 Issue 1, p6
The article discusses various reports published within this issue including "The Peep Show, "Picasso Masks: Cubism in Clay" and "Clay Cuffman: A Cool, Calm, Relaxed Guy."
- Picasso, Photography, and the Development of Cubism.
Tucker, Paul Hayes // Art Bulletin; Jun82, Vol. 64 Issue 2, p288
Discusses the beginnings of Cubism and the paintings of artist Pablo Picasso during the early 20th century. Approach used by Picasso to produce a single group of paintings of his early cubist period; Information on the painting 'The Reservoir,' by Picasso.
- Picasso, Photography, and Cubism.
Fry, Edward F. // Art Bulletin; Mar1983, Vol. 65 Issue 1, p145
Comments on an article about painter Pablo Picasso's activities during the summer of 1909. Basis of the arguments on the Horta landscapes; Issues about cubism; Speculations on the artists' cognitive function.
Tucker, Paul // Art Bulletin; Mar1983, Vol. 65 Issue 1, p147
Addresses a commentary about an article on painter Pablo Picasso's summer photographs in 1909. Relations between Picasso and Paul C � zanne; Model for the mindset of Picasso during the period.
- From Narrative to 'Iconic' in Picasso: The Buried Allegory in 'Bread and Fruitdish on a Table' and the Role of 'Les Demoiselles d'Avignon'
Rubin, William // Art Bulletin; Dec83, Vol. 65 Issue 4, p615
Examines the importance of the paintings 'Bread and Fruitdish on a Table' and 'Les Demoiselles d'Avignon' in the development of Pablo Picasso's African or Negro style and its absorption into an emergent Cubism. Dual influences of Paul C � zanne and Henri Rousseau in Picasso's work; Details of...
- Picasso's 'Night Fishing at Antibes' : Autobiography, Apocalypse, and the Spanish Civil War.
Burgard, Timothy Anglin // Art Bulletin; Dec1986, Vol. 68 Issue 4, p657
Features the painting 'Night Fishing at Antibes,' by Pablo Picasso. Relation of the painting to contemporary historical events; Apocalyptic imagery, aspects of Spanish art and religious symbolism; Employment of the genre subject of fishing to convey historical concerns.
- CREATOR AND DESTROYER.
Huffington, Arianna Stassinopoulos // Atlantic (02769077); Jun88, Vol. 261 Issue 6, p37
Focuses on the life and works of painter Pablo Picasso. Description of some of the early paintings of Picasso; Details of the relationships that Picasso had with women; Information on Picasso's death.
- 'Outsider art' by those who aspire to be inside.
C.A. // Christian Science Monitor; 9/25/2000, Vol. 92 Issue 213, p19
Considers several aspects of the art which is produced by children in the context of a broad history of art which includes the work of Pablo Picasso who attempted to create art as a child might.
- Nevis to Issue Picasso Sheetlet at Mega-Event.
C.A. // Mekeel's & Stamps Magazine; 2/27/2004, Vol. 194 Issue 9, p22
Reports on the issuance of postage stamp sheetlet in legacy of the painter Pablo Picasso by Nevis at the Spring Postage Stamp Mega-Event in 2004.
- Picasso's portraits reveal his moods as much as those of his subjects.
Andreae, Christopher // Christian Science Monitor; 5/6/96, Vol. 88 Issue 112, p10
Analyzes the paintings and artistic works of Pablo Picasso to determine the painter's moods and emotions. Revelation of Pablo Picasso's moods and emotions in the his paintings; Women who influenced the art of Picasso; Probe on the psyche of Picasso; Interpretations of the paintings of Picasso.
- PICASSO COMES HOME.
Flamini, Roland; Freund, Anthony Barzilay // Town & Country; Aug2004, Vol. 158 Issue 5291, p66
Provides information on Museo Picasso M�laga that displays the works of painter Pablo Picasso in Spain.
- `Picasso papiers colles' at the Musee Picasso.
Tuchman, Phyllis // Art in America; Nov98, Vol. 86 Issue 11, p140
Describes the works of artist Pablo Picasso being exhibited at the Musee Picasso in Paris, France. Papiers colles of Picasso; Style.
- Picasso �1.1m star at "drawing week" auctions.
A. S. // Art Newspaper; May2010, Vol. 18 Issue 213, p70
The article reports on the top-sellers during the "Semaine du Dessin" event that was held in Paris, France in 2010, including Alexandre and Odile Loewy's collection, Pablo Picasso's "Portrait de Femme," and a portrait of Charles Marie Jean Baptiste Marcotte.
- Jacqueline Lisant.
Picasso, Pablo // Paris Review; Fall2003, Issue 167, p150
Presents the lithograph "Jacqueline Lisant," by Pablo Picasso, 1957.
- Shock of the new -- and old.
Humphries, Oscar // Apollo: The International Magazine for Collectors; Jun2010, Vol. 171 Issue 577, p15
An introduction to the journal is presented in which the editor describes the new title-piece and the celebration of the life and work of painter and sculptor Pablo Picasso with three major exhibitions.
- Cover Page.
Humphries, Oscar // Goya; abr-jun2011, Issue 335, preceding p103
An image of the painting "El har�n" by Spanish painter Pablo Picasso is presented.
- AWAKENING PICASSO LEARNER/TEACHER AS ARTIST.
Lodato-Suppa, Phyllis // Education; Fall96, Vol. 117 Issue 1, p106
Focuses on Awakening Picasso, a challenge put forth to learner/teachers to reevaluate their teaching methodology and partake in the journey to self realization. Background information on Pablo Picasso's ideology; Determination; Aspirations; Life experiences; Urgency to create an internal desire...
- Picasso and Things.
Lodato-Suppa, Phyllis // Art in America; Aug93, Vol. 81 Issue 8, p30
Reviews the exhibition `Picasso and Things,' organized by Jean Sutherland Boggs and Marie-Laure Bernadac.
- Picasso's early years.
Esplund, Lance // Modern Painters; Summer97, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p88
Reviews the exhibition `Picasso: The Early Years, 1892--1906,' at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts.
- Picasso in three dimensions.
A. S. C. // Art Newspaper; Sep2008, Vol. 17 Issue 194, p9
Two three-dimensional (3-D) photographs of artist Pablo Picasso taken by French inventor and educator Robert Mouzillat are presented.
- La Belle Fernande in Washington.
Wilkin, Karren // New Criterion; Feb2004, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p53
Reviews the exhibit "Picasso: The Cubist Portraits of Fernande Oliver," by Pablo Picasso at the National Gallery in Washington D.C.
- Exhibit offers rare glimpse of Picasso's life.
Dominguez, Robert // Hispanic; Sep1996, Vol. 9 Issue 9, p10
Features the exhibit of Pablo Picasso's portraits at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. Focus on the lovers of Picasso.
- Inauguraci�n de la biblioteca del Museo Picasso M�laga.
Dominguez, Robert // Boletin de la Asociacion Andaluza de Bibliotecarios; mar2004, Vol. 19 Issue 74, p67
No abstract available.
- Picasso--The Early Years.
Service, Mary // Cortlandt Forum; 04/25/97, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p232
Features a number of Pablo Picasso's paintings which will be featured in the exhibition `Picasso--The Early Years' at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.
- Nuts & bolts.
Feliciano, Kristina // American Artist; Jun1996, Vol. 60 Issue 647, p56
Reports on an exhibition presenting the first comprehensive survey of the portrait work of Pablo Picasso in New York City. Biographical notes; Contact information.
- Picasso's early works.
Moss, E. Lynne // American Artist; Jun1997, Vol. 61 Issue 659, p18
Focuses on `Picasso: The Early Years, 1892-1906,' an exhibitions at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC through from June to July 27, 1997. Features of the exhibitions; How the exhibition will conclude with the artist's works in which he imbued his figures with monumentality.
- THE ART WORLD.
Tomkins, Calvin // New Yorker; 4/16/84, Vol. 60 Issue 5, p128
Probes into the art works of Pablo Picasso showcased at the Guggenheim Museum in New York City. Description of Picasso's paintings; Influence of his works on neoexpressionist paintings; Message conveyed by Picasso's art.