Monday, March 5, 2012

Picture Study Picasso


Studying Pablo Diego José Francisco de Paula Juan Nepomuceno María de los Remedios Cipriano de la Santísima Trinidad Clito Ruiz Picasso  aka Picasso has been quite enjoyable. 

His growing up years  and art education were lead by his father, an artist himself.  
His art work is remembered through his different periods.
Blue Period Child with Dove
                           photo courtesy of Picasso.com

rose period picasso
photo courtesy of K12
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photo courtesy of AllArt.biz

Picasso Women at a Window Cubism
photo courtesy of Picasso.com

After studying some of his different periods and styles, I-E and     E-R decided to try their hands at Cubism.   After reading that cubism was Picasso’s attempt at showing an object from several different vintage points, they drew the same object from different viewpoints.

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I-E’s winged unicorn
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E-R’s unicorn with a hat
Then the girls cut their pictures apart.

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I-E cut her pictures out as outlines and left them whole.
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Her final product.
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E-R cut hers out as a cubes.
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Her final product.

We enjoyed our time with Picasso.

For all the resources listed in this post plus many more free resources about Pablo Picasso, check out my Pinterest Board, Picasso Picture Study.

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7 comments:

  1. I found you, MissMoe! LOL Thanks for checking out our paper bag weaved baskets! It's surprisingly sturdy! The kids want to make more, but I need to get brown paper bags when I grocery shop again. LOL Cool art study! We enjoy Picasso!

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  2. Wow! Amazing artwork going on here - very clever and interesting :-)

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  3. Very cool! Thanks for sharing with Learning Laboratory at Mama Smiles =)

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  4. My two year old and I were just reading "Pigaso and Mootise".

    Those are some great "porks of art" and "moosterpieces".

    :)

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  5. this is great! thank you for linking with "look what we did!"

    I am sorry to hear about your family friend.

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  6. How fun!! Thank you for sharing at Sharing Saturday! I hope you will share with us again this week!

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  7. Thanks for sharing this! It was very helpful as I planned out my Cubist lesson for 4th grade art in G's class! As usual, you are the best!!

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