Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Man with a Pipe-Pablo Picasso 1911

Man with a Pipe is an example of analytic cubism. I like the idea of the subject in the painting being broken up into different pieces and being put back together as it has created a somewhat 3D feel to it. This painting is put together like a puzzle and with overlapping and connecting pieces. The most recognizable objects in this piece is an eye, moustache and hand. The brown background makes it seem as if this is in interior space.

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