Seated Woman 1927 (Femme assise 1927) – Pablo Picasso Painting - Posters
The influence of his young love and muse had recharged him, and he became a legend in his own lifetime. This painting has a sense of harlequinade, as strong bright bands of color are arranged so that the dress appears like a costume. The figure may also resemble a queen court card from a deck of playing cards, whose imagery is often designed with stripes and banding creatively reversed on the same plane. Here, the bands of color are superbly controlled by the black or white striations to create a wonderful series of energetic patterns across the contours of the body.
Picasso again returns to his technique of red and green polarisation to add a further dimension of animation. This color combination usually creates a flatness of the picture surface but he mitigates this beautifully with the construction of a Cubist sense of spatial depth. This is created by the illusion of the two corners in the tightly receding room behind the figure. As a result, the powerful body of Marie-Therese projects from the picture in sharp relief.the artist’s work and a joyful affirmation of the power of art and culture after the war.
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