Pablo Ruiz Picasso (Málaga, October 25, 1881 – Mougins, April 8, 1973) was a Spanish painter and sculptor, creator, along with Georges Braque, of cubism.
It is considered from the genesis of the twentieth century as one of the greatest painters who participated in many artistic movements that spread around the world and exerted a great influence on other great artists of his time. Industrious and prolific, he painted more than two thousand works, found in museums and collections throughout Europe and the world. In addition, he tackled other genres such as drawing, printmaking, book illustration, sculpture, ceramics and design scenery and costumes for theatrical productions.
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