Pablo Picasso's Influence On The Art World

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Pablo Picasso’s life
Pablo was born on October 25th 1881 in Málaga, Spain. His father was a painter and an art teacher, he taught Pablo how to draw and by the time he was 13 he had surpassed his father. He lost interest in his schoolwork and due to being a bad student he was sent to the “calaboose” (prison) he enjoyed the quiet and would sketch things. When he was 14 he moved to Barcelona, Spain with his family. He quickly applied to the city’s school of fine arts but he soon he lost interest and began skipping classes again to sketch the city and its uniqueness. When he turned 16, Pablo Picasso moved to Madrid to attend the Royal Academy and he got tired again and moved back to Barcelona and fell in to a crowd of artists and intellectuals
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Pablo Picasso died at the age of 91 in April 1973 by that time he had become one of the most famous and successful artist throughout history. After 78 years Pablo Picasso, had created 13,500 paintings 100,000 prints and engravings, and 34,000 illustrations. Picasso’s impact on the art world was tremendous, no one has achieved the same degree of widespread fame or displayed such incredible versatility as he has. Even today his life and works continue to invite countless scholarly interpretation and attract thousands of followers around the world. so after all his hardships from him getting board of school work to the death of a close friend to the major events of the crazy world and time he lived in to his final moments he painted and loved every second of it and then and for possible ever his works shall be marveled at for generation after generation century after century and with a little hope melena after melena we will remember the great painter named Pablo