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Friendship Between Matisse and Picasso

During April 1906, at a party at Gertrude Stein's house, Henri Matisse was introduced to Picasso, who was 12 years younger. Picasso and Matisse held entirely different view both on the aesthetic ideas of art and in lifestyle. Comparing with Picasso, … Continue reading

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Woman with a Mandolin by Georges Braque

Woman with a Mandolin made between 1909 and 1910 was a representative of Braque in the analytical cubism period. In the same period, Picasso paintings had this kind of musical instrument. Reportedly, the Cubist painters’ preference for mandolin was largely influenced … Continue reading

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Moulin Rouge-The Youth Monument of Impressionists

Ten years before Renoir was born, the first steam-train had started in France, then the constructions of the railway was finished. People lived in the village went to Paris while the ones lived in Paris went to the village. The … Continue reading

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Pablo Picasso Oil Painting--Reading

Reading was made in 1932, depicting the blonde lover of Picasso Marie Therese Walter dozing off on the read chair with her chest half open and a book kept in her knee. This painting is with very beautiful curves and … Continue reading

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