10 Amazing Facts about Pablo Picasso


Pablo Picasso

He was one of the creators of modern art. Want to know lots of fascinating insights about the great artist Pablo Picasso? The video is aimed at school students and those interested in art history. The video talks about Picasso being a child prodigy – he really could draw and paint brilliantly – and how he’d completed 5 years at art school by the time he was 18.

This amazing art tutorial also talks about his paintings, Guernica in particular, and his female companions such as Olga Khokhlova. This art video explains briefly about Picasso’s Blue Period and his Cubist paintings and demonstrates why Picasso is regarded as a genius. This art tutorial would be a great introduction to an art workshop or art day in a primary, elementary or secondary school and is designed for school children and their teachers, beginners and those interested in art history.

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