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Description of the painting Pablo Picasso “Woman with a Flower”


It is unlikely that viewers will perceive this picture unambiguously. Abstraction - for this purpose it was invented to simply evoke a certain impression in a person. Someone on this canvas will not see a woman at all, just a set of geometric shapes, well, leaves - at best.

But there is, is on it, albeit very sketchy, but still facial features. It is stern and angry, and therefore should contrast with the flower. Why are women given flowers? To once again emphasize the natural beauty of both. Flowers should have a person to positive emotions, but here there is - dissonance, conflict. And the flower itself is more like a large pebble or a balloon than a plant.

There is movement in the picture - these are purple hands and a three-color cape create it. But what exactly Pablo Picasso wanted to say with this painting is not entirely clear.

Most likely, to show some kind of female emotion he saw. And it is quite possible that a woman who was angry with something, who considered the flower presented to her with something blasphemous. From there, probably, this resemblance to the cobblestones of the flower itself, from there and the indignant grimace.

Pablo Picasso, we know a diverse artist. He also has quite realistic paintings, for example, portraits of his wife, his muse and inspirer Olga, who was a famous ballet diva. But there are purely abstract paintings with which for some reason they are more accustomed to associate the name of the artist.

It is possible that they appeared as a result of the spirit of the times, that they were written to order. And if they remember this picture now, it means that it is appreciated, that art critics find some harmony in it. We, ordinary viewers, can see in her only emotion. And since the form here is actually destroyed, it is replaced by something else, then this is just a picture-feeling.





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