"...of exemplary honesty and objectivity and puts Picasso in true perspective..the painter completely devoted to his destiny as a painter." JACQUELINE PICASSO Edward Quinn, photographer and filmmaker, had the complete collaboration of Picasso, at work and at play. Filmed where Picasso lived and worked, Quinn was allowed to do as he liked, provided that Picasso was free to do what he wanted. Using intimate and exclusive home movies and photos, Quinn has created a screenplay showing Picasso as if he were going through the scrapbook of his life. With many flashback sequences showing the mutations and evolution of his work in progress, we chronologically follow his works and the episodes of his life in parallel. Part 1 (1881-1937) Starting in 1896, when he was only 15, we trace Picasso's artistic development, exploring his work as a youth, from the Blue period to the Pink period and his first steps into Cubism in 1906. Then we discover the Chrysteline period where he went from analytical to synthetic Cubism until entering his Neoclassical period in 1918. Part 1 culminates with the painting of his masterpiece "Guernica" in 1937.
Over 1 hour of bonus material!
Art gallery with over 100 images
Biography of director Edward Quinn
Edward Quinn's memoirs on Picasso
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