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Blindness and destitution were an integral part of this theme of paintings. It was also during this time, that he began using the image of a harlequin, in checkered clothing, as his personal motif in his paintings. The 1905 to 1907 is called Picasso’s Rose Period where his paintings became cheerful with the use of orange and pink colors...
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The 1905 to 1907 is called Picasso’s Rose Period where his paintings became cheerful with the use of orange and pink colors. There were many harlequins also featured. 1907 to 1909 is called his African Influenced Period where his drawings were inspired by African artifacts...
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Communications: An Integral Part of Education   Oedipus Rex and the theme of blindness   The Contribution of the Robe Motif to the Theme in William Shakespeare's Macbeth   Theme Of Blindness In Lear And Oedipus   Tone, Motif and Theme in 'Night'   Vincent Van Gogh And His Paintings   Comparison of Death of a Virgin Paintings   japanese ink paintings   Renaissance Art: Comparing and Contrasting Paintings   Analyze The Differences In Leisure Activities Shown In The Two Paintings, And Reflect About The Social Life Of Peasants (The Peasant Dance) And Of Urban Dwellers In The 19Th Century (Sunday Afternoon On The Island Of The Grande Jatte).   Are Asher Lev's Paintings Disrespectful To His Parents?   Authentication of Paintings   Cave Paintings   Social Commentary in Dutch Still Life Paintings:   Whistler Paintings  
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