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12 recent comments24 May
byats wurnt wrote: 'I think, when dealing with an abstract piece, one must take an approach similar to reading.
On the right, I can see buildings, a staple of modern life.
Warm colours, may indicate heat?
There's a curtain on the left harlequin.
Now we just have to make sense of it.
' 15 May
Wong Tsz Hang wrote: 'The drawings are confusing, there are many colours mixed together and don't know what it is. And it looks unusual.
' 23 April
Santiago from San Diego wrote: 'Did Picasso ever draw some daises white and yellow on a window sill?
' 30 March
Cassandra from Scandinavia wrote: 'This in intruiguing, I am researching this painting for a school project.
' 25 March
Cosma from Germany wrote: ':) Look at this great picture and smile. GO PAINTIG NOT WAR
' 24 February
Vic from Melbourne wrote: 'Can't believe Picasso made a sculpture of Ye himself
' 12 February
Alan from Rochester wrote: 'Anybody know in what museum or collection HEAD OF A WOMAN WITH BLUE HAT RED RIBBON
(Tête de femme au chapeau bleu a ruban rouge), 1939 is located?
' 10 February
Micheal Scott from Rochester wrote: 'This says a lot about our society.
' 24 January
Per Hansen from Hawley, PA wrote: 'French to English translation is incorrect for painting labeled "Man leans hands across has table", 1916.
Correct translation: Man with hands crossed leaning on a table
' 06 December
Hugh Janis from Ur mother's wrote: 'yeah I mean this is cool and all but when I was 8 years old I was rounding up all the neighborhood stray cats and I used to make them fight for food. I was helping those cats more than this painting helps me so if you think about it, this painting really is not that impressive from a grand perspective
' 17 November
Luke from UK wrote: 'I know nothing about art, but that horse is insanely good ! The legs are perfect, from an 8 year old boy from memory... Insane
' 07 August
May de la Vega from Miami wrote: 'My inspiration was the great Master P. Picasso, I love his art, and his style helped me to get my own style.