Why  Did Picasso Go From Cubism To Neoclassicism?


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Pablo Picasso was one of the most influential artists of the 20th century. He is best known for his Cubist paintings, which broke all the rules of traditional art.

In 1907, Picasso started his own art style called "Cubism".

His innovative style is so popular that it continues to inspire artists even today. 

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After ten years, in 1917, Picasso shifted from Cubism to Neoclassicism art style.

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Neoclassicism art is classical art that is based on Rome and Greece in antiquity. It invokes idealism, clarity and harmony.

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The style is characterized by simple clean lines, form, sober colors and shallow space with real portrait painting.

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Let's know the reason behind why did Picasso go from Cubism to Neoclassicism?

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Picasso changed his art style during his first visit to Italy, inspired by the naturalism found in Italian Renaissance artworks.

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Picasso's famous Neoclassicism art

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