Blue Nude, 1902 by Pablo Picasso
Blue Nude is one of Pablo Picasso’s early masterpieces. It was created in 1902 at a time when Pablo Picasso was still mourning over a friend’s tragic death. It is one of Picasso’s artworks during his “blue period” and has undoubtedly exemplified the kind of talent that he possessed as it highlights the deepest feelings while using only one color to effectively express it.
This painting by Pablo Picasso highlights a nude woman while embracing her knees as if trying to regress back in time in search of security and comfort. Though Pablo Picasso used a single shade in accomplishing this masterpiece, it never failed to express the thoughts that he had at the moment and has effectively connected his message to the people by simply using light and dark shades of blue to fully create the most desired impact.
Blue Nude painting has perfectly made use of the exquisite blend of textures to make it One of Pablo Picasso’s most sought after masterpieces. At a time when depression has swarmed Picasso, he was still able to use it to his advantage to come up with a piece that is still clamoured by many art aficionados at this time.