« Je ne peins pas ce que je vois, je peins ce que je pense.  »  de Pablo Picasso

Intimate Picasso.

« Je ne peins pas ce que je vois, je peins ce que je pense. » de Pablo Picasso

I rarely paint landscapes, but here’s one! (And let me tell you that that lava depicts perfectly today’s temperatures in northern Italy).The two primordial realms: Niflheim and MuspelheimInk, watercolour, PS.  [Facebook • DeviantArt • Blogspot]© Nataša Ilinčić, please do not remove credits

I rarely paint landscapes, but here’s one! (And let me tell you that that lava depicts perfectly today’s temperatures in northern Italy).The two primordial realms: Niflheim and MuspelheimInk, watercolour, PS. [Facebook • DeviantArt • Blogspot]© Nataša Ilinčić, please do not remove credits

Picasso & Chagall two great world witnesses that were able to communicate it in a beautiful way-

Picasso & Chagall two great world witnesses that were able to communicate it in a beautiful way-

Don't mess with Picasso

Trunk Giveaway: Jacob Bromwell Collector’s Copper Cup

Jean Cocteau, Pablo Picasso and his son  France 1955  Photo: Brian Brake

Jean Cocteau, Pablo Picasso and his son France 1955 Photo: Brian Brake

chagalov:  “ Picasso, aged 15 (ca 1896) - Studio Photo  [poss. at Barcelona] - see also rdenker  ”

chagalov: “ Picasso, aged 15 (ca 1896) - Studio Photo [poss. at Barcelona] - see also rdenker ”

Picasso with Owl. "God is really only another artist. He invented the giraffe, the elephant and the cat. He has no real style, He just goes on trying other things."

Picasso with Owl. "God is really only another artist. He invented the giraffe, the elephant and the cat. He has no real style, He just goes on trying other things."

Photographer: Gary Winogrand. Photo of Elliot Irwin, California, 1945

Photographer: Gary Winogrand. Photo of Elliot Irwin, California, 1945

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