About Pablo Picasso’s Guernica
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Pablo Picasso painted this masterpiece in 1937.
This work depicts the bombing of Guernica by the Nazis and Italian Fascists.
In the work, a woman holds a dead child as a bull looks on. A horse is visibly in pain with a large wound on his side. A dead soldier is on the ground.
400-800 civilians died in the attack. This painting alerted the world of the atrocities committed in the Spanish civil war.
This work is one of the most famous and influential anti-war paintings ever created.
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About The Pablo Picasso Guernica Print
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About The Artist
Pablo Picasso was a Spanish artist alive from 1881 to 1973. The son of an art professor, he displayed great artistic ability at a young age. He grew up in Barcelona but spent most of his life in France. Early on he favored a naturalistic style, eventually, his work became more abstract. He helped found the Cubist art movement. Picasso is one of the most famous 20th-century artists.