My friend, do you want me to show you a Courbet Picasso? Is that what you want? Raphael's Madonnas aren't realistic too, you know? Not to mention Michelangelo's women who look like male body-builders.
And you don't even bother refuting my explanations, because you know I have managed to illustrate Picasso's talent in his usage of colors.
Here's a more realistic painting, which he painted when he was young. I dont think the use of color in it is particularly impressive, because Picasso's mastery of color starts mostly after his blue and red period, when he wasn't so interested in realism anymore, but whatever. I don't like this painting. His "Portrait of Olga Picasso" is much better, in my view, but in it he gives less attention to the details of the face, so you are probably going to cite that as a reason for quickly dismissing it.
In fact, no matter what painting I show, you are always going to find a reason for quickly dismissing it, because you don't want to argue, you are not receptive, you have a ready-made opinion and you are not going to change. You even resort to such childish criticisms as "not realist enough" and "it only uses five colors".
It's useless staying any longer, as you are clearly pretending not to understand and arguing in bad faith just so you can shit on Picasso because he's modernistic and evil and was a commie or whatever.
I have better things to do. Good-bye.>>114209060
If you want me to be perfectly concise and clear, I can write in my native language, Portuguese.
The question is: will you be able to read it? Probably not, so please allow me to write in a foreign language to the best of my capacity.