Pablo Picasso was born in 1881 in Malaga, Spain. He was the son of a drawing professor and her mom, Maria Piccaso Lopez. At the age of 10, he started to have an interest in art. Through his early years, he learned much about art and eventually surpassed his father. At the age of 13 he with the help of his father, he made his first exhibition.
Pablo and his familiar later moved to Barcelona where he entered an art academy. Pablo soon got fame out of his artworks and later moved to Madrid to the Fine Arts Exhibition. In 1899 he returned to Barcelona and he was a different man than he used to be. He was a countryside man and learned to speak Catalan. With his new artworks, he began to use her mother’s surname being Picasso. He and other artists were also looking forward to Paris. Later on, he went to Paris and had one of his major artistic discoveries of color. Pablo learned much while in Paris learning color use from iconic artists from the past. After 2 months in France, he returned to Spain, Madrid. He began to work as an art editor for a journal.
From that point, he constantly moved back and forth between Paris and Barcelona. He learned much art during that time and made wonderful paintings. Blue was his predominant color in those years as a painter. In 1904 he decided to permanently move to Paris. Where he reflected in his artworks much of his knowledge and intellectuality. He often painted many people with a different touch than other artists. After many years after WWII, he was a myth with the great name of Piccaso. In 1953 he met Jacqueline Roque who was working in a pottery shop, they married in 1961. Picasso and his wife were buried at the castle at Vauvenargues, France.