The Blue Period is used to describe Pablo Picasso's works during the first years of the 20th century. Although no exact dates are defined, the period is generally defined as 1901 to 1904, when Picasso's paintings feature... More »

While Pablo Picasso may be best known as one of the pioneers, along with George Braques, of the Cubism style of art, the Spanish painter and sculptor also painted in many other styles. Before Cubism, he went through a so... More »

Pablo Picasso's most important contribution to the world of art was his co-founding of the Cubist movement. He also contributed significantly to the invention of collage, constructed sculpture and the plastic arts. More »

Pablo Picasso had two siblings, Dolores (nicknamed Lola) and Conception (nicknamed Conchita). Both of his sisters were younger than him. More »

Pablo Picasso studied at three different schools: the School of Fine Arts in Barcelona, the Royal Academy of San Fernando and La Llotja. Picasso, the co-creator of the cubism art style, was born in Malaga in 1881. He fir... More »

Pablo Picasso painted one of his most celebrated and politically powerful pieces "Guernica" in response to the Nazi bombing of the Basque town of Guernica in April 1937. Aiding insurgents in the Spanish Civil War, German... More »

Pablo Picasso studied at two institutions in Spain: the Royal Academy of San Fernando and the School of Fine Arts in Barcelona. He attended the Royal Academy at age 14 and the School of Fine Arts at 16. More »