Resources related to Pablo Picasso

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In this lesson plan, students explore the relationship between music and art.
Suggested Grade Level: 3-5
Estimated Time: One class period
Introduction
Music is auditory,...
Lesson Plan: Play a Painting
Click on the markers on the map below to see the contexts of various works of Modern and Contemporary art.
This self-guide provides students with the opportunity to discover the impact of ancient Greece and Rome on art from later periods. This guide will lead students to related objects in the collections...
Museum Guide: Ancient Art and Ideas Through the Ages: A Self Guide for Middle School Students
An excerpt from Wallace Steven's poem inspired by Picasso's The Old Guitarist, 1903/04
Picasso was known for creating author portraits for publications of Shakespeare, Tolstoy, and other classic authors, but he also created them for his friends to be published in their contemporary...
Portraits: André Billy
Picasso was known for creating author portraits for publications of Shakespeare, Tolstoy, and other classic authors, but he also created them for his friends to be published in their contemporary...
Portraits: Jean Cocteau
Picasso was known for creating author portraits for publications of Shakespeare, Tolstoy, and other classic authors, but he also created them for his friends to be published in their contemporary...
Portraits: Paul Éluard
Picasso was known for creating author portraits for publications of Shakespeare, Tolstoy, and other classic authors, but he also created them for his friends to be published in their contemporary...
Portraits: Pierre de Massot
Picasso’s experimentation extended to the use of unconventional materials. He started using Ripolin—a popular brand of French house paint—in his work nearly 20 years before the creation of The...
Related Story: HEAR Ripolin and <em>The Red Armchair</em>
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