Pablo Picasso - Bull's Head
Niceley, H. T., School Arts
Have you ever looked at the clouds in the sky and thought that they looked like animals? Have you seen rocks that look like animals? If you look closely at some of the things around your house and yard, you might be able to see shapes which remind you of animals. These animals are not really there. You are seeing them with your mind rather than with your eyes. This is called imagination.
Pablo Picasso was a Spanish artist who spent most of his life working in France. When he was a young teenager in Spain, Pablo painted pictures of people that looked very realistic. Pablo was a very skilled and creative artist. He soon moved to Paris and began to do paintings which were …
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Publication information: Article title: Pablo Picasso - Bull's Head. Contributors: Niceley, H. T. - Author. Magazine title: School Arts. Volume: 90. Issue: 5 Publication date: January 1991. Page number: 30. © 1999 Davis Publications, Inc. COPYRIGHT 1991 Gale Group.
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