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Head of dead woman - Pablo Picasso, 1902

Maternidad (1901), Pablo Ruiz Picasso. Hay muchas obras este pintor que me gustaría poner aquí, algunas ya las he mostrado en otras tareas, y esta es una de esas que no puedo dejar en el cajón. Pertenece a su etapa azul, y es una pintura de las tantas en las que trato este tema, sin embargo, esta tiene algo especial.

1949, LIFE photographer Gjon Mili visited Picasso in Vallauris, France. He showed Pablo some photographs of ice skaters with tiny lights affixed to their skates jumping in the dark. Picasso was immediately inspired, these photos were the result.

Gjon Mili—Time & Life Pictures/Getty ImagesPicasso creates a light drawing, 1949

Honore Daumier - Don Quixote and Sancho Panza, 1870 at The Courtauld Art Gallery at Somerset House London England by mbell1975, via Flickr

Volker bicycles by Don Gore dgdraws - reminds me of one of my favorite apartment houses along the waterfront

I typically start with a line drawing. I use both light/airy lines and bold lines throughout my sketch.Then I use my brush to dissolve those lines (much of the time I use a water brush), I pull pigment away and then use that pigment to shade, add contrast and bring my line drawing to life.

Blue Nude, c. 1902 by Pablo Picasso Pablo Picasso He was 20 yrs old when he painted this, depressed over a friend's tragic death.

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