Standing Woman

Pablo Picasso

Pablo Picasso - Standing Woman
After the World War One Picasso's art moved in two directions - the first brought the culmination of Cubism, while the second one followed a tendency towards classicism, a reaction to prewar experimenting. Picasso had his first classicist period already in 1905 - 1906. In the post-war period we find a stronger influence of Antiquity. This is most apparent in the treatment of from and volume of bodies and in the stylized faces, which bring to mind Hellenistic art. This is case of the Standing Woman and of many other works by Picasso.
measurements: height 132 cm
width 91 cm
material: canvas
technique: tempera
inventory number: O 3217
gallery collection: Collection of 19th Century Art and Classical Modernism
licence: copyrighted work

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