Like lots of other artists, throughout his whole life Picasso liked painting self-portraits in which his real appearance intertwined with the author’s personal view revealing his progress in life and art. This self-portrait which laid the foundation of the “Blue Period” was created during his second stay in Paris in winter 1901. He returned to Barcelona in January 1902.
Here, Picasso is only twenty but looks much older. His pale face with bright contrasting lips and a thin beard is exhausted by severities of a winter in Paris. The high collar of his buttoned up great-coat further aggravates the feeling of sadness and loneliness emanating from the canvas.
15 January finlay coombs from london wrote: 'this is the best I have ever seen this year'
06 January jenna from earth wrote: 'This is a lovely piece but looks kind of fake'
05 December D from Asia wrote: 'I think it’s fake. True one is different'
19 November ameca from Asia wrote: 'I love this'
06 October Virat from INDIA wrote: 'Sir, i want to know the location of this original artwork,mother and child.'
23 August admin from SPB wrote: 'Michele, did you mean this print?'
22 August Michele Whiting from Cinncinati art museum wrote: 'They claim a similar piece same name same year but the head tilts up and to right. No picture of this on your site. Is this a part of a series? A misnamed piece?'
22 August Michele from Cinncinati art museum wrote: 'Seeing it in person a definite highlight.'
22 August Karin Henkel from Göttingen wrote: 'Ich suche dieses Bild "Mere et enfant, etude de mains" als gut erhaltenen Druck. Bitte alles anbieten.
Wer kann mir weiter helfen?'
11 August admin from Göttingen wrote: 'you're rigth, thanks!'
10 August sim from Canberra wrote: 'This work is not made in 1930 but 1937 and the title is 'Still life with mask''
10 August Annie from Nice wrote: 'Amazing website'