Mini Art Lesson: Inspired by Pablo Picasso’s Mains aux Fleurs

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Pablo Ruiz Picasso was born in Spain in 1881. Picasso’s father was an art teacher who encouraged his son to paint and draw. As a child, Picasso painted with extraordinary realism and talent. As an adult, he chose to use his talent to invent new abstract styles.

This lesson This lesson deconstructs Pablo Picasso’s Mains aux Fleurs painting to learn about shapes, layering, and hidden secrets. You can create your own Mains aux Fleurs or ‘Hands with Flowers’ artwork to give as a gift to someone you care about.

Art in Action’s free mini lessons are designed for parents to explore art as a powerful method for learning through play.

 


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