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Picasso’s First Self-Portrait, when he was 15, and his Last, when he was 90

Picasso's First Self-Portrait, when he was 15, and his Last, when he was 90

Picasso began his profession as an artist at the age of thirteen in 1894.  He painted in a realistic manner at the time, depicting topics accurately and using a true-to-life color palette.

Picasso’s paintings, however, began to lose their realism after 1897. “Why should I create things that make sense in today’s world?” Picasso once asked.

“Painting like Raphael took me four years, but painting like a child took a lifetime.” – Pablo Picasso

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