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Spanish 20th century
(Málaga, Spain, 1881 - 1973, Mougins, France)
Born in Málaga, on the Mediterranean coast of Spain in 1881, Pablo Picasso spent his formative years studying art with his father, a painter and instructor, and attending local art schools. Arriving in Paris in 1904, he was introduced to the avant-garde movement and became one if its leading figures. During his long career, Picasso would explore an extraordinary range of styles and approaches. Underpinning his creativity was exceptional draftsmanship, an unshakeable faith in artistic experiment, and a passionate engagement with his subjects, from the mythic to the intimate. Remarkably prolific in a variety of mediums, Picasso’s genius yielded one of the 20th century’s most creative, sustained and influential bodies of work, inspiring generations of artists both before and after his death in 1973 at the age of 91.