Tag: Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

Picasso's painting "The Acrobat," which is a blueish grey figure on a mustard yellow background with thin black strands in it. It is rectangular with greater hight than width. The figure has its head to the right, a large leg that starts below the neck and goes to the bottom right, an arm under that leg the is longer and end in the right corner of the canvas. There is then a thin arm with the hand in the bottom left and the end of the forearm attached almost directly across from the neck. The final limb is another foot bent at a 90 degree angle, which goes up into the top left and is attached between the thin arm and the neck.

Happy Friday from Picasso

The Acrobat, by Picasso, from 1929. It reminds us that a body is a thing that sometimes whirls and spins;

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