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Pablo Picasso - Le Charnier - The Charnel House - Canvas Prints

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Pablo Picasso Paintings
Picasso (1881-1973) was a Spanish painter, sculptor, printmaker and ceramicist.

Picasso achieved universal acclaim and immense fortune for his revolutionary artistic accomplishments; becoming one of the best-known figures in the 20th century art.

He is also known for co-founding the Cubist movement, the invention of constructed sculpture and the co-invention of collage. View Artist Collection

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30x24 inches
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About Pablo Picasso Le Charnier The Charnel House
The Charnel House (Le Charnier) painting by Spanish artist Pablo Picasso (1881–1973), purportedly dealing with the Nazi genocide of the Holocaust. The black and white 'grisaille' composition centres on a massed pile of corpses, and was based primarily upon film and photographs of a slaughtered family during the Spanish Civil War. It is considered to be Picasso's second major anti-war painting, the first being the monumental Guernica (1937), but it is not thought to be as significant as that work because the artist left it unfinished.   Picasso spent at least six months working on The Charnel House which has iconographic links to the graphic work of Picasso's Spanish compatriot Francisco de Goya (1746–1828). Picasso's friend and biographer Pierre Daix records that the title of the painting was not one assigned to it originally by Picasso himself – the artist referred to The Charnel House as simply 'my painting' or 'the massacre';nevertheless, in later years after the Second World War Picasso refused to retitle the painting once its identity as The Charnel House gained popularity, and it was first exhibited as such following Picasso's joining of the Communist Party in 1946.
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Pablo Picasso - Le Charnier - The Charnel House by Pablo Picasso. Bring your artwork to life with the texture and depth of a stretched canvas print. Your image gets printed onto our premium processed canvases and then stretched on a white maple wooden frame (gallery wrap) or framed inside black maple (framed canvas). Your canvas print will be shipped within 4 days in "ready to frame" condition for normal rolled and "ready to hang" condition for frames and wraps with pre-attached hanging wire and/or mounting points.

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