Gallery Art owner Kenneth Hendel holds on tightly to Picasso’s ‘Portrait de Marie-Therese’ at his gallery in Aventura on Wednesday, April 20, 2016. Hendel received a letter from a New York law firm saying that the Picasso in his gallery was stolen ten years ago from the Tisch family and they just noticed it was missing now. The gallery owner contends he bought the art from another dealer – paid $350,000 for it — and that he knows nothing about it being stolen.
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The Irish-born British painter was born on this day, 28 October 1909.
His paintings are deliberately uncomfortable and unpleasant. Known for his bold, emotionally charged and raw imagery. After the suicide of his lover, George Dyer in 1971, his work became dominated by death.
In “Triptych – August 1972”, Dyer appears on the left and Bacon on the right. The seated figures and their coupling are set against black voids and the central flurry has been seen as ‘a life-and-death struggle’.
This work is on view at Gallery Art
is one of those artists who gave the arts an entire new definition, just like Vincent Van Gogh and Leonardo Da Vinci. His paintings and artworks have a distinctive style that make them stand out of the crowd and give them an unique identity that fans can easily relate with Picasso.
Born in Spain in 1881 today, Picasso is known across the world as a painter, print maker, sculptor, ceramicist, stage designer, poet and playwright. He spent most of his adult life in France.
Picasso is considered as one of the greatest and most influential artists of the 20th century. Besides his career as an artist, he co-founded the Cubist movement, invented constructed sculpture and co-invented the art style of collage.
Picasso died in 1973 at the age of 91. On the eve of 134th birthday of the legendary artist, here are some of his popular art: at GallArt.com:
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