Surrealism Picasso

April 4, 2016
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- surrealist André Breton

Jean Cocteau introduced Picasso to André Breton along with his surrealist circle. Picasso revealed some of his cubist works within very first surrealist team exhibition in 1925 and created the address regarding the very first issue of their particular log, Minotaure. Revived by the surrealists, the half-man, half-bull minotaur of classical mythology in addition became a type of alter-ego for Picasso, reappearing throughout their job.

The surrealists advocated no one type of art but run with deliberate irrationality, evoking subconscious associations and dream states. This found a parallel in Picasso’s expressive and quite often severe distortions associated with figure, frequently into animal-like types. However Picasso’s participation aided by the movement stayed limited: as with almost all of their artistic organizations, he always remained highly separate.

In the early 1930s, Picasso produced a number of spare surroundings peopled by exceptionally distorted nudes. Combining eroticism and violence, they leaned ever nearer to surrealism, while a number of enormous bronze minds cast in 1931, introduced their rotund, pebble-like shapes into three-dimensional type.

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oil on canvas, 162 × 130 cm, Pablo Picasso Bequest, 1979, MP137 © Succession Picasso, 2011/licensed by Viscopy, 2011 © Paris, Réunion des Musées Nationaux/René-Gabriel Ojeda © Musée National Picasso, Paris

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1932

This portrait of Marie-Thérèse Walter holds most hallmarks of Picasso’s group of nudes influenced by his youthful fan: lyrical curves, joyous colours, ornamental patterning and an emphasis on the woman defining blond locks. The set found in 1927, whenever Walter had been aged 17, and Picasso produced obvious recommendations to her in the work while trying to hold their particular event clandestine. Later on in life, Picasso unveiled that even huge still-life Grande nature morte au guéridon (Still-life on a pedestal dining table) 1931, also within space, ended up being a disguised ‘portrait’ of Marie-Thérèse, the components of the dining table and its own contents doubling as components of the woman human anatomy.

Source: www.artgallery.nsw.gov.au
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