Pablo Picasso
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Faun

Faun (lat. favere — to be supportive) is a kind and cheerful god of woods and fields, who grants fertility to all living things.

When depicting a faun, Picasso dreams (or recalls) of the carefree times of Don Juanism. View his 1936 graphics painting “Faun Revealing a Sleeping Woman”, written by Rembrandt’s 1659 etching “Jupiter and Antiope”, which was included in the Vollard Suite. Some researchers have suggested that in addition to the mythological interpretation, the nostalgic motifs of relationship with Marie Therese Walter (which lasted until 1936) can be seen in the painting.


Paintings

Pablo Picasso. Wildlife, horse and bird, 1936
Wildlife, horse and bird, 1936
Pablo Picasso. Boat naЛades and injured wildlife, 1937
Boat naЛades and injured wildlife, 1937
Pablo Picasso. A Young Faun Playing a Serenade to a Young Girl, 1938
A Young Faun Playing a Serenade to a Young Girl, 1938
Pablo Picasso. Wildlife and injures woman, 1938
Wildlife and injures woman, 1938
Pablo Picasso. Two fauns and naked, 1938
Two fauns and naked, 1938
Pablo Picasso. Yellow and blue fauna playing diaule, 1946
Yellow and blue fauna playing diaule, 1946
Pablo Picasso. Wildlife, 1960
Wildlife, 1960

Graphics

Pablo Picasso. Wildlife revealing a woman (Vollard Suite L97), 1936
Wildlife revealing a woman (Vollard Suite L97), 1936
Pablo Picasso. Flutist and dancer fauna to the maraca and tambourine, 1945
Flutist and dancer fauna to the maraca and tambourine, 1945


Ceramics

Pablo Picasso. Faun`s Head, 1948
Faun`s Head, 1948