Museum Picaso Paris
Pablo Picasso was born on 25 October 1881 in the town of Malaga, the province of Anadalus. When the Picasso was baptized, he received the full name of Pablo Diego José Francisco de Paula Juan Nepomousseno Maria de la Remedios Crispiniano de la Santichima Trinidad Ruiz and Picasso, which, according to Spanish, was the ordinary name of the honourable saints and family relatives. Picasso is the mother ' s name Pablo took because his father ' s surname seemed too common to him, and Father Picasso, José Ruiz, was an artist himself.
Pablo showed talent for drawing. Since he was seven years old, he's been studying his father's drawing technology, which first instructed him to sign the doves on his paintings. But one day, when he trusted the 13-year-old Pablo to finish a pretty big naturmort, he was so impressed by his son's tech that, in the legend, he left himself to do the painting.
At the age of 13, Pablo Picasso and Bléka were admitted to the Barcelona Academy of Arts. Picasso took a week to prepare for the examination, usually held by students for a month. He hit the commission with his skill and was admitted to the Academy despite his young age. Father Picasso, together with his uncle, decided to send Pablo to the Madrid San Fernando Academy, which was considered by the most advanced School of Arts in Spain at that time. Thus, Pablo arrived in Madrid in 1897 at the age of 16. However, the arts school lasted for a short period of less than a year, and Pablo was captured by all the other features of the Madrid life, as well as the work of the artists who impressed him, Diego Velázquez, Francisco Goyi, and especially El Greco.
Picasso's early work unit is in Barcelona, in Barcelona. Picasso Museum♪ The most famous of them are the First Communion (1896) a big picture of Picasso Lola's sister, Autoportret (1896), Mother's Portrait (1896). Already being an adult and singing some sort of exhibition of children's drawings, Picasso said, "I used to paint like Rafael, but I needed a whole life to learn how to paint them."