Pablo Picasso completed the original Mediterranean Landscape in 1952. This landscape beautifully represents two traits that Picasso was well known for: color and cubism. Picasso's color choices have a simple flair and pop to them that make his work instantly recognizable and beloved by so many. And his use of geometric shapes to create realistic images is still a widely replicated technique. This Picasso print (Art.com, $33) would make an amazing statement piece in any home.
Picasso's The Dance of Youth is a simple, colorful image featuring dancers surrounding his trademark dove. This uncomplicated drawing captures the eye, the attention and the heart. Its cheerful colors and messages of friendship and positivity will make this print (Art.com, $8-$15) a welcome addition to any room.
At Rest is beloved for its simple brushstrokes that look like they've been carefully and meticulously painted. Rumor has it that the model for this piece was Picasso's mistress of that period, Marie-Therese Walter. Knowing this gives this print (Art.com, $10) a romantic feel that would warm any room.
Picasso painted still lifes throughout his 70-year career. In the case of Dish of Pears, he used a flat graphic technique and added the white background as a final layer, giving it depth. The abstract combination of lines, shapes and colors make this whimsical art print (Art.com, $12-$31) a fun conversation topic.
In Long Live Peace, a ring of happy people dance around a tree to celebrate the end of war beneath Picasso's beloved dove of peace. This print (Art.com, $15) is a simple black-on-white created with lines, silhouettes and symbolism. It's a dreamy piece of art that's lovely to look at and repeat the message of.
Picasso's The Bathers portrays three women whimsically sunbathing — which was completely unheard of until after World War I, making this print (Art.com, $55-$90) deliciously fun. The bold colors add to the feeling of freedom and joy that fills every inch of this work.
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