A portrait has always been a cornerstone of art.
From Picasso’s The Mona Lisa to the works of David Lean, all great artists have sought to portray a moment in time.
The paintings are, for many, the most intimate of their kind, but that intimacy often doesn’t translate to an intimate connection with the subject.
Paintings are a great medium for that.
While it may not be possible to replicate the intimacy of a full-fledged conversation, they are the perfect way to capture moments that transcend art history, as they’ve become a cornerstone for everything from architecture to fashion.
While most of the work we see in the galleries today is in the public domain, many of the more iconic paintings are still owned by individuals.
In the past, this meant a lot of time and money spent on a restoration project that would never be completed.
But now, we can do it ourselves.
These days, the cost of restoration projects is dropping, making it more affordable for anyone to own a Picasso painting and restore it.
But there are also plenty of other ways to get the most out of the medium.
With so much of the art world in the process of revamping its digital assets, we have the opportunity to bring back iconic works.
These are just a few of the many ways we can get the full Picasso experience.
In honor of this year’s 50th anniversary of his birth, we’re going to take a look at the best of the best and offer a few hints on what you can expect when you see it in person.
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