write an essay about Pablo Picasso`s innovative personality and his finding of the cubism movement art analyze through his some well known cubist works using formal art elements. And also talk about his significance in the modern art.
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Name Course Instructor Date Picasso and Cubism Cubism was an influential visual art style that highlighted geometric forms without necessarily depicting landscapes, and was mostly associated with Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque. Picasso was inspired by non-western art as he developed his techniques rejecting the notion that painters had to copy the landscape or use the traditional and conventional techniques while painting. The paintings then appear two-dimensional fractured as though they can be realigned together, while containing diverse vantage points. Unlike the previous painters, Cubism allowed the painters to separate the art forms into different components and viewers could see the different elements simultaneously as there was no fixed angle. This paper focuses on Picasso’s innovation and influence of Cubism on modern art. The first phase of Cubism was analytical where the geometrical forms were prominent and the pictures were characterized with subdued colors (Croddy, 246). One of the fits painting inspired by African art using analytical Cubism was Les Demoiselles d`Avignon. The subject was five ladies in a brothel, and this departed from the Middle-Class themes in art and culture at the beginning of the 20th century. Like other paintings during this phase, the picture was largely unemotional and monochromatic, but the artist was able to highlight the essence of the picture. Then abstract paintings were still recognizable as it was possible to reconst...