Pablo Picasso created “The Guitar” in 1913 when he was in his cubist period, which he represented by using flat and bold patterns. “The Guitar” shows a large blue backdrop combined with shapes and pieces of a deconstructed guitar. Although not all the pieces appear to be from a guitar this is the view that Picasso took when he was creating this picture and focusing on geometric shapes to represent everyday objects. The various pieces that were used to create this work include paper, cardboard, ink, and chalk on blue paper. This eclectic collage is rich in texture and depth.
This piece with its layers and colors would be well depicted in a hand painted oil reproduction. A painting could give this work life that a simple print could never. This work would look wonderful in an office or living room setting. Perfect to inspire a musician of any level or a music lover.
“The Guitar” takes only 4-6 weeks to be completed and is made using only the highest quality materials. It comes to you unframed, so that you can choose the right frame to highlight the painting as it fits best in your home. Bring a piece of art and history into your life today!