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Reproduction of hand-painted Picasso paintings

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Buy a hand-painted reproduction of a painting by Pablo Picasso

Our reproductions of Pablo Picasso's paintings are handmade and made with oil paint on a quality canvas. They are used for interior decoration and will embellish your living or working place.

We pay special attention to our fabrics to ensure an exceptional rendering. Our superb copies of Pablo Picasso paintings are of the best quality, and will become works of art that you will keep for a lifetime.

Make an oil on canvas reproduction of Pablo Picasso's paintings

To properly reproduce a Picasso painting, it is above all a matter of paying attention to the smallest details. and to understand how the colors combine to give the final result. It may seem strange, but the most complicated paintings to reproduce are certainly those of the Cubist period, like the Portrait of Daniel Henry Kahnweiler.

In fact, before painting, you have to make the entire frame of the picture exactly, in its proportions and multitudes of geometric shapes, then paint the picture in its multitudes of gradients and shades of different colors. An error of tone or form, and the cubic eye no longer appears as a cube, and no longer as an eye, the painting loses its meaning and no longer reflects the artist's message.

Some reproductions of Picasso paintings as Dora Maar with the cat represent a challenge, but rather in relation to the different color palettes employed than by the complexity of the line.

Picasso changes with time and with events. There is not a style that characterizes him, but styles that he defines as and when his creations. 

Innovative and changing, Picasso is THE true artist, the one who discovers his creativity at the rate of his creations, revealing himself to the world and revealing the world through his work.

The style of Pablo Picasso

  • It was a confluence of influences - from Paul Cézanne to Henri Rousseau through archaism and tribal art - which encouraged Picasso to give his paintings more structure, and which led him to Cubism, through which he will deconstruct the conventions of perspective that have dominated art since the Renaissance. These innovations will have consequences for practically all modern arts, revolutionizing the way of approaching the representation of forms in space.


  • Picasso's immersion in Cubism will lead him to the invention of collage, through which he will abandon the idea of ​​the image as a window on the objects of the world, and will conceive it as an arrangement of signs that use different means, sometimes metaphorical, to refer to these objects. This conception of things proved to be extraordinarily influential for decades to come.


  • Picasso had an eclectic approach to the styles he used, and although certain periods may be well demarcated (see below), he will often mix the styles, sometimes in the same work.


  • His encounter with Surrealism, although not having entirely transformed his art, encouraged not only the soft forms and the tender eroticism of the portraits of his mistress Marie-Thérèse Walter, but also the very angular imagery of Guernica (1937), the most famous anti-war artwork of the last century.


Picasso's styles through time

To make reproductions of Picasso's paintings, one must already understand his work and his styles. Basically :

  • Youth Work : first works of Picasso between 8 and 28 years old, very eclectic, one of his works, "The last moments" represents Spain at the Universal Exhibition in Paris in 1901.

  • Blue period (1901-1904) : Begins with the death of his friend Casagemas, and is characterized by a permanent use of midnight blue tones and marked by the melancholy themes of death, old age, and poverty.

  • Pink period (1904-1906) : same reason for the name, it now uses pink colors. It coincides with the meeting of his first companion, and addresses the themes of joy and existential anxiety. He begins to be really famous and sells all his paintings. It was in 1906 in Gosol, a small town in Upper Catalonia, that he designed The Ladies of Avignon, a painting which constitutes a major event in the beginnings of cubism

  • African influences : From 1907 to 1909, Picasso was influenced by African art, especially Congolese art.

  • Cubism : Style he creates with Georges Braque. The paintings are characterized by research into geometry and the shapes represented: all the objects are found divided and reduced into simple geometric shapes, often squares.

  • Surrealism: Violent and radical change in 1925 in the style of the master. He wants to portray the inner personal hell and shape it. Hence the convoluted shapes, deformed, convulsive creatures caught in the nets of hysterical rage.

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