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Pablo Picasso - representa un jarrón de frutas y es un cuadrado muy visto en educación primaria y secundaria en plástica o artes.

Pablo Picasso - "Fish and bottles", 1908 More Pins Like This At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest

Pablo Picasso - "Fish and bottles", 1908 More Pins Like This At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest

pour pablo picasso portrait de dora maar

pour pablo picasso portrait de dora maar

Pablo Picasso - "Compotier aux poires et pommes". 1908

Pablo Picasso - "Compotier aux poires et pommes". 1908

Pablo Picasso, Françoise, June 14, 1946 - Me puedo morir en este instante!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Pablo Picasso, Françoise, June 14, 1946 - Me puedo morir en este instante!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Pablo Picasso  : More At FOSTERGINGER At Pinterest ♍️Pablo Picasso,

Pablo Picasso : More At FOSTERGINGER At Pinterest ♍️Pablo Picasso,

pablo picasso - the blue coffee pot (1944)

pablo picasso - the blue coffee pot (1944)

My Parents, 1977, David Hockney

My Parents, 1977, David Hockney

Henri Matisse, El gran interior rojo, 1948. Óleo sobre lienzo, 146 x 97 cm. Museo Nacional de Arte Moderno, Centro Georges Pompidou, París

Henri Matisse, El gran interior rojo, 1948. Óleo sobre lienzo, 146 x 97 cm. Museo Nacional de Arte Moderno, Centro Georges Pompidou, París

(1853 – 1890) was an astoundingly prolific post-Impressionist who produced all of his work in 10 years, but only sold one painting in his life. While institutionalized, Van Gogh created “Starry Night,” his most famous painting, completely from memory. It now hangs in the permanent collection in New York’s Museum of Modern Art.

(1853 – 1890) was an astoundingly prolific post-Impressionist who produced all of his work in 10 years, but only sold one painting in his life. While institutionalized, Van Gogh created “Starry Night,” his most famous painting, completely from memory. It now hangs in the permanent collection in New York’s Museum of Modern Art.

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