Add a Touch of Whimsy to Your Decor with ‘Acrobat and Young Harlequin’ by Pablo Picasso
Unleash the playful and whimsical charm of Pablo Picasso’s “Acrobat and Young Harlequin” with our stunning canvas art print. This high-quality reproduction captures the intricate lines and shapes of Picasso’s masterpiece, bringing every detail to life in a way that is sure to captivate and delight.
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Name: Acrobat and Young Harlequin
Artist: Pablo Picasso
Type: Canvas Print
Condition: Stretched (Ready to hang) or Rolled
About the painting:
Acrobat and Young Harlequin, painted in 1905 by Pablo Picasso, straddles the boundary between the artist’s Blue Period, characterized by melancholic subjects and a predominantly blue palette, and his Rose Period, when pink and rose hues began to emerge. In this masterpiece, two young performers stand in a shallow space with a theater backdrop of a landscape hanging behind them. One of the performers is a taller boy, dressed in a brilliant red costume and a pointy hat, portraying an acrobat. The other performer, a smaller boy, is dressed in a traditional diamond-patterned costume of Harlequin, a famous figure from the Italian commedia dell’arte. Rather than capturing the actors in the middle of a dramatic scene, Picasso presents a moment of stillness. The pair seems to have just finished their performance and is receiving applause from the audience, as suggested by their different gaze directions. The younger boy exudes confidence, resting his hand on his hip, while the older boy shows a protective gesture, placing his hand on the other’s shoulder.
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