Victor Vasarely Zebra, 1937 is a highly contrasting somewhat-abstracted work that set the course for Optical Art in the 20th century.
In 1906, American writer and art collector Gertrude Stein arranged for famed artists Henri Matisse and Pablo Picasso to meet. Little did she know that this fateful meeting would change the entire course of Modern art history.
A revolutionary style of modern art pioneered by Pablo Picasso, Cubism formed in response to the rapidly changing modern world. In collaboration with his friend and fellow artist Georges Braque, Picasso challenged conventional, realistic forms of art through the establishment of Cubism.
The Old Guitarist was created by Pablo Picasso in 1903 while he was living in Spain during what would be later referred to as his Blue Period, hallmarked by almost universal use of a monochromatic blue palette, somber and dismal subjects and an overall impoverished tone.
Known for his exquisite palate and control of color in his graphic oeuvre, Marc Chagall's stained glass windows are no exception. This incredible talent permeates his later work with the stained glass medium as well.
Le Reve, 1932 by Pablo Picasso has had quite the adventure since its creation. It was originally part of the collection of Victor and Sally Ganz who purchased the work in 1941 for $7,000.
I and the Village (1911) is one of Marc Chagall’s earliest surviving works. It reflects on his dreams and memories from his childhood growing up Hasidic in Vitebsk, Russia, and his longing for home and an attempt to fit in artistically with his new surroundings.
Pablo Picasso was a prolific artist using several media. Throughout his long artistic career, Picasso explored many diverse themes and subject matter in his work. One of the artistic designs that we can trace throughout his career are depictions of flowers in his work.
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