Tuesday, 23 January 2007

Pablo Picassso - Don Quixote drawing

Pablo Picasso's sassy and inspired drawing of La Mancha's finest, and his faithful squire Sancho Panza. Pablo sure could draw when he wanted to. And Don Quixote sure could dream...

LINK: Don Quixote - Wikipedia

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3 comments:

  1. Yeah, what's with that? Why did he change from this to this?

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  2. Duncan, it's called experimenting and developing a style.
    What do you think of this.

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  3. I particularly liked his miniature windmills. Now if he was to include a pair of clogs, we would all be guessing the picture was a depiction of a hot day in Amsterdam.

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