View Picasso Blue Period Painting Background. Pablo picasso's blue period refers to a series of paintings in which the color blue dominates and which he painted between 1901 and 1904. See more ideas about picasso blue, picasso blue period, pablo picasso.
In his early twenties, the young pablo picasso began to tint his paintings a pale, cold blue. Pablo picasso painted one of his blue period masterpieces, one showing a crouching, cloaked woman, on top of another artist's work. Inspired by pablo picasso's blue period of work, the new collection resides within a spectrum of blue hues and blue moods.
Though prevalent among most master painters, it is particularly emphasized in the paintings of pablo picasso.
The blue period is a marvelous expression of poetic subtlety and personal melancholy and contributes to the transition of picasso's style from classicism. Picasso created several monochromatic paintings in various shades of blue, sporadically warmed by other colours. Período azul) is a term used to define the works produced by spanish painter pablo picasso between 1901 and 1904 when he painted essentially monochromatic. I started painting in blue when i learned of casagemas's death.