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Picasso: The Man and His Work, Part 1

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Picasso: The Man and His Work, Part 1


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This Cannes Film Festival selection takes a comprehensive and fascinating look at the life and art of the legendary Pablo Picasso. During the last 22 years of Picasso's life, film maker Edward Quinn had complete access to the artist. Through a combination of exclusive home movies and intimate photos, as well as over 600 of the artist's works (many never seen in public), a living, breathing scrapbook of Picasso is realized. The film follows the parallel development of the artist's life and work, giving insight into his creative processes. Among other highlights are some of the last pictures ever taken of him.

Part 1(1881-1937) Starting in 1896, when he was only 15, we trace Picasso's artistic development, exporing his work as a youth, from the Blue period to the Pink period and his first steps into Cubism in 1906. Then we discover the Chrysteline period where he went from analytical to synthetic Cubism until entering his Neoclassical period in 1918. Part 1 culminates with the painting of his masterpiece "
" in 1937.

BONUS FEATURES: Art Gallery (over 100 images)
Picasso Biography
Digitally Mastered Audio & Video
Director's Biography
Multi-Directional Interactive menus
Director's Production Notes
Instant access to all chapters
Director's Memoirs on Picasso
English Narration

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