Still life with Table (1906) by Pablo Picasso

Still life with Table - Pablo Picasso - 1906

Artwork Information

TitleStill life with Table
ArtistPablo Picasso
Dimensions82 x 100.4 cm
Art MovementPost-Impressionism
Current LocationPrivate Collection

About Still life with Table

The artwork titled “Still life with Table” by the esteemed artist Pablo Picasso was created in the year 1906, showcasing the artist’s foray into the Post-Impressionism art movement. This particular oil on canvas painting measures 82 cm by 100.4 cm and belongs to the still life genre. The original piece is currently held in a private collection, illustrating Picasso’s versatility and his transitional period moving away from more traditional forms.

In “Still life with Table,” one observes the harmonious convergence of everyday objects arranged on a surface. The tranquil composition captures various domestic items such as a teapot, bottles, a plate, and perhaps a bowl, bathed in a muted palette of earth tones. Notably, a framed picture is featured within the artwork, adding a layer of depth and interest to the scene, an instance of a painting within a painting. The brushwork seems almost delicate with soft edges and a restrained approach to detail, evoking a sense of calm and simplicity in everyday life. This artwork is representative of a moment in Picasso’s prolific career, when he explored the contours and ambiance of the still life genre, marking a significant step in his artistic journey.

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