He lived until he was 92
His life when he was younger.
Picasso was born in Malaga, Spain in 1881. When he was born he had black eyes which was supposed to symbolize that he was destined for greatness. He struggled through his school work. He was interested in painting at a young age and was a pretty good artist. His father helped teach him because his father was a teacher and a painter. By the time he was 13 he was a. Better artist than his father.he then went on to collage at the prestigious school of fine arts and the royal academy of San Fernando. He skipped his classes to roam the city to draw what he saw.
Pablo Picasso's later life
Modern artists break Picasso's later life down into periods. These periods are named after the color that dominated his paintings. The first period of his later life was the blue period. He was very depressed over the death of his close friend at this time and was sad so he mainly used cooler colors in this period. He then moved on to the rose period which he started to use warmer colors in his paintings.
A Still Life with a Pitcher and Apples
This was painted in 1919. This was created right at the end of cubism. It was made to represent a female body as the pitcher and the apples on the table are supposed to be the butt. And she is being crushed by. Male which is the apples on top of the pitcher.