Pablo Picasso Research Paper

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“My mother said to me, 'If you are a soldier, you will become a general. If you are a monk, you will become the Pope.' Instead, I was a painter, and became Picasso” (Quote, Brainy 1). This quotation describes him perfectly. It shows that he is not afraid to be his own person. That is how he became such a great painter. By being his own person. He made his own paintings and made them unique to him. He didn’t copy other people’s paintings. He made them his own, so when people saw them they knew right away who the artist was. Pablo Picasso was an important figure in American History because he impressed and impacted many people through artwork, he introduced a new way to paint and draw art, and he showed that anything could be a great canvas or inspiration for art. Pablo Picasso was born on October 25, 1881. He was a born and raised in Malaga, Spain by his parents, José Ruiz y Blasco, and María Picasso y López. Pablo studied art at the Barcelona Academy of Fine Arts for about 4 years. Pablo was known at a very young age for his artistic ability and that was why he was accepted into that fine academy. But after graduation, he had realized that his art had to change. But instead of changing the way he did his art, he changed the things he painted. This was a very big moment in his life because he had to make big…show more content…
These friends became one of the major influences in his artistic life. His parents did not support him as much as his friends did. That is why he placed a lot of trust into them. His career was when he started making very exquisite paintings as a kid. He was noticed at a very young age for his painting and drawing ability. Because he was so good at painting, he had to overcome a big deal of adversity. Being a lot more creative than the other kids his age, he could never go and draw or paint with them because he would always be the best one there. But his artistic ability did not go away with

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