Cubism Portraits

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Project ART-A-DAY: Lesson: Cube Yo' Face! (Aka Picasso Portraits)

Lesson: Cube Yo' Face! (Aka Picasso Portraits)

"I don't get why that is art!" Whenever I show Picasso's cubism paintings, I have a handful of students that say, "That's Art? I could do ...

Mona Lisa by Pablo Picasso

La Mona Lisa o Gioconda: versions sobre el quadre

La Gioconda o Mona Lisa en versió de Gianni De Conno Fa un temps varem pujar al blog unes quantes versions de diferents artistes al voltant d'un dels quadres més famosos de la història de la pintura universal: la Mona Lisa o la Gioconda. Hui us volem mostrar altres versions sobre aquest personatge de somriure enigmàtic. 10 versions totalment diferents i cadascuna d'elles seguint la pròpia personalitat pictòrica de l'artista. La Gioconda o Mona Lisa en versió de Blanca BK Gimeno La Gioconda o…

cut-out portraits by Lucas C. Simões This is a perfect Inspiration for the GCSE question on Disguises

Art Archives - My Modern Met

These are some incredibly interesting cut-out portraits by Lucas C. Simes. He takes a seemingly normal portrait and transforms it into something completely

Saatchi Online Artist: Takahiro Kimura; Assemblage / Collage, 1999, Mixed Media "BROKEN1000FACES 005"

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In this exercise, one of the famous Cubist portraits painted by Picasso has been made with collage, using different kinds of paper (colored tissue paper, newspaper and magazine fragments). Each stu...

A portrait by Picasso made ​​with collage

In this exercise, one of the famous Cubist portraits painted by Picasso has been made with collage, using different kinds of paper (colored tissue paper, newspaper and magazine fragments). Each stu…

MaryMaking: Cubist Portraits with Bleeding Tissue

Cubist Portraits with Bleeding Tissue

I love it when a student can really go for it! So very Thalia. (2nd grade) Hazel, Kindergarten Charlotte, 2nd grade "Miss Mary, do I have to draw the other eye?" Of course not.... Aven, Kindergarten Ava, 2nd grade My Mini Masters group looked at some of the cubist portrait work of Picasso before diving into creating their own. After combining a portrait and a profile into one piece with permanent marker, the children used ripped "bleeding" tissue painted down with water to add color. Since…