February 16th, 2013

Pablo Picasso, house painter

Mystery solved.

That’s a relief.

6 Responses to “Pablo Picasso, house painter”

  1. southpaw Says:

    And Perhaps exposure to the fumes provided the inspiration for his avante garde style. A case of inspiration providing..er ..inspiration?

  2. Artfldgr Says:

    housepaint is infinitely cheaper than regular art oils…

  3. southpaw Says:

    Artfldgr- That was my first thought too. For a man with that kind of talent, he could have used crayons.

  4. W Krebs Says:

    I guess that means it’s time to post this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D6llaZefJDc

  5. southpaw Says:

    If you want to see a unique art medium go here:

    Proof that if you are talented, you can paint with anything.

  6. Artfldgr Says:

    if you knew about his later life and how he didn’t like the way people acted towards him… (to the point of doodling on napkins in place of money)…

    there is another gentleman who draws money to pay for things, but because how he presents it, its not counterfeit. meanwhile, there are buyers people that follow him, and go in after him and will buy that bill from the store if they took it for merchandise

    while what they do is art, what the people do because of it is bizarre…

    and as my friend odetta said, you dont change, everyone else starts acting different around you

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