Description of the painting by Pablo Picasso “Bather opening the booth”

Description of the painting by Pablo Picasso “Bather opening the booth”

Description of the painting by Pablo Picasso Bather opening the booth

Pablo Picasso’s famous painting “Bather opening the cabin” is just one part of the whole series of paintings by the artist dedicated to “Bathers”. All these works belong to the period of surrealism of the author, which at one time was carried away by the artist. They are all written in different styles, however, despite this, in all the paintings, Picasso praises the beauty of the female body, distinguishing it from the contrasting background with bright colors using thin smooth lines.

All the female images in the paintings by Pablo Picasso belonging to the cycle “Bathers” are against the background of blue water. The work “Bather opening the booth” is a depiction of an incomprehensible shape of a yellow color in which it is very difficult to examine the female body from the first time. This image is more like a horse, but in this interweaving of the strange and the obvious, lies surrealism of perception. In the hands of the figure, we see a key, with which she, having become one foot on the step, opens a cabin on the beach. The background is shown in blue and blue tones, which Picasso designated the blue sea and clear sky.

In order to examine all the beauty of the female body, its ideal features and special attractiveness in the work, you should look closely at the artist’s picture, throwing off all known standards and then we will see the thin legs of the girl, whose movements are very smooth and neat, she flutters near the sea.

Despite the seeming simplicity of the image, it is these paintings that are most appreciated by collectors of works by the eminent artist, stored exclusively in their private property. Pictures of the cycle “Bather” do not belong to a number of expensive masterpieces, but they have become quite a valuable contribution to world painting, bringing a new round of development in contemporary art.


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