Picasso, Gertrude Stein
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Gertrude Stein

Picasso

Gyulnara Bichieva
Gyulnara Bichievaje citiralaпре 2 године
to complicate things in a new way that is easy, but to see the things in a new way that is really difficult, everything prevents one, habits, schools, daily life, reason, necessities of daily life, indolence, everything prevents one, in fact there are very few geniuses in the world.
Gyulnara Bichieva
Gyulnara Bichievaje citiralaпре 2 године
Surrealism could console him a little, but not really. The surrealists still see things as every one sees them, they complicate them in a different way but the vision is that of every one else, in short the complication is the complication of the twentieth century but the vision is that of the nineteenth century.
Gyulnara Bichieva
Gyulnara Bichievaje citiralaпре 2 године
From 1914 to 1917 cubism changed to rather flat surfaces, it was no longer sculpture, it was writing and Picasso really expressed himself in this way because it was not possible, really not, to really write with sculpture, no, not.
Gyulnara Bichieva
Gyulnara Bichievaje citiralaпре 2 године
a Spaniard can assimilate
Gyulnara Bichieva
Gyulnara Bichievaje citiralaпре 2 године
These pictures have the serenity of perfect beauty but they have not the beauty of realisation. The beauty of realisation is a beauty that always takes more time to show itself as beauty than pure beauty does. The beauty of realisation during its creation is not beauty, it is only beauty when the things that follow it are created in its image. It is then that it is known as beauty on account of its quality of fecondity, it is the most beautiful beauty, more beautiful than the beauty of serenity. Well.
Gyulnara Bichieva
Gyulnara Bichievaje citiralaпре 2 године
the Orient without imitating it, he can know Arab things without being seduced, he can repeat African things without being deceived.
Gyulnara Bichieva
Gyulnara Bichievaje citiralaпре 2 године
not wish to live as contemporary as the contemporaries who do not poignantly feel being contemporary. This sounds complicated but it is very simple.
Gyulnara Bichieva
Gyulnara Bichievaje citiralaпре 2 године
the war is only a publicity agent which makes every one know what has happened, yes, it is that.
Gyulnara Bichieva
Gyulnara Bichievaje citiralaпре 2 године
So that is the way it is, a creator is so completely contemporary that he has the appearance of being ahead of his generation and to calm himself in his daily living he wishes to live with the things in the daily life of the past, he does
Gyulnara Bichieva
Gyulnara Bichievaje citiralaпре 2 године
A creator is not in advance of his generation but he is the first of his contemporaries to be conscious of what is happening to his generation.
Gyulnara Bichieva
Gyulnara Bichievaje citiralaпре 2 године
Upon his return from a short trip to Spain, he had spent the summer at Gosol, he returned and became acquainted with Matisse through whom he came to know African sculpture
Gyulnara Bichieva
Gyulnara Bichievaje citiralaпре 2 године
The Arabs created both civilisation and culture for the negroes and therefore African art which was naive and exotic for Matisse was for Picasso, a Spaniard, a thing that was natural, direct and civilised.
Gyulnara Bichieva
Gyulnara Bichievaje citiralaпре 2 године
Again and again he did not recommence but he continued after an interruption. This is his life.
Gyulnara Bichieva
Gyulnara Bichievaje citiralaпре 2 године
the twentieth century in France needed a Spaniard to express its life and Picasso was destined for this. Really and truly.
Gyulnara Bichieva
Gyulnara Bichievaje citiralaпре 2 године
France for Spaniards is rather a seduction than an influence.
Gyulnara Bichieva
Gyulnara Bichievaje citiralaпре 2 године
African art commenced in 1907 to play a part in the definition of what Picasso was creating, but in the creations of Picasso really African art like the other influences which at one time or another diverted Picasso from the way of painting which was his, African art and his French cubist comrades were rather things that consoled Picasso’s
Gyulnara Bichieva
Gyulnara Bichievaje citiralaпре 2 године
So Picasso commenced and little by little there came the picture Les Desmoiselles d’Avignon and when there was that it was too awful. I remember, Tschoukine who had so much admired the painting of Picasso was at my house and he said almost in tears, what a loss for French art.
Gyulnara Bichieva
Gyulnara Bichievaje citiralaпре 2 године
But Picasso was not like that, when he ate a tomato the tomato was not everybody’s tomato, not at all and his effort was not to express in his way the things seen as every one sees them, but to express the thing as he was seeing it
Gyulnara Bichieva
Gyulnara Bichievaje citiralaпре 2 године
One day they asked Matisse if, when he ate a tomato, he saw it as he painted it. No, said Matisse, when I eat it I see it as everybody sees it and it is true from Courbet to Matisse, the painters saw nature as every one sees it and their preoccupation was to express that vision, to do it with more or less tenderness, sentiment, serenity, penetration but to express it as all the world saw it.
Gyulnara Bichieva
Gyulnara Bichievaje citiralaпре 2 године
a composition of which one corner was as important as another corner, in fact the composition of cubism.
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