Pablo Picasso

Pablo Picasso - Self-Portrait
The Self-Portrait indicates the beginning of Picasso’s new stage, bringing to the forefront his newly acquired knowledge of Iberian sculpture art. Iberian elements are reflected in the big eyes and sharp triangle of the nose. The painting abandons volume and becomes more sculptural. This relatively small canvas reveals similar tendencies of the artist’s rendering as found in The Young Ladies of Avignon from the same period. Vincent Kramář bought the Self-Portrait in Paris for his collection as early as 1911.
measurements: height 56 cm
width 46 cm
in collections:
material: canvas
technique: oil
inventory number: O 8021
gallery collection: Collection of 19th Century Art and Classical Modernism
licence: copyrighted work

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