Self-Portraits of Pablo Picasso From Age 15-90.

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Spanish painter, sculptor, printmaker, ceramicist, stage designer, poet and playwright Pablo Picasso, (25 October 1881 – 8 April 1973) was undoubtedly a man of many talents.

Picasso worked in a spectacular array of styles. His constantly changing aesthetic approach is evident in his series of self-portraits. The self-portraits Pablo Picasso painted from age 15 to age 90 are drastically different. In some of his portraits he looks like the same guy, but others appear like someone (or something) else entirely.

Self portraits and photos of Picasso

Self portrait of Picasso created in 1896 (age 15)

Picasso’s last well-known self portrait is called, somewhat aptly, Self Portrait Facing Death. He drew it with crayon on paper in 1972, less than a year before his death. Picasso worked right up until the day he died, aged 91, painting until 3am on Sunday, April 8th, just hours before he passed away

Self portrait of Picasso created in 1900 (age 18)

Self portrait of Picasso created in 1901 (age 20)

Self portrait of Picasso created in 1906 (age 25)

Self portrait of Picasso created in 1907 (age 26)

Self portrait of Picasso created in 1917 (age 36)

Self portrait of Picasso created in 1938 (age 57)

Self portrait of Picasso created in 1965 (age 84)

Self portrait of Picasso created in 1966 (age 85)

Self portrait of Picasso created in 1971 (age 90)

Self portrait of Picasso created in 1972 (age 91)

This is one of his last paintings, called, somewhat aptly, Self Portrait Facing Death.

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