Guitar (1913) by Pablo Picasso. Concept and process are stressed, more than on the resulting image.

Guitar (1913) by Pablo Picasso. Concept and process are stressed, more than on the resulting image.

Picasso,Glass and Bottle of Suze, 1912  Charcoal, Collage & Gouache on Cardboard

Picasso,Glass and Bottle of Suze, 1912 Charcoal, Collage & Gouache on Cardboard

Picasso. collage of still life with violin (upside down version of Head, 1913, see below).

Picasso. collage of still life with violin (upside down version of Head, 1913, see below).

Pablo Picasso, 1913-14, Head (Tête), cut and pasted colored paper, gouache and charcoal on paperboard, 43.5 x 33 cm, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh - Collage - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Pablo Picasso, 1913-14, Head (Tête), cut and pasted colored paper, gouache and charcoal on paperboard, 43.5 x 33 cm, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh - Collage - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

I had to pin a classic. Picasso is a prime example of how to successfully approach collage and give it a theme, whether it is experimental or socially conscious.

I had to pin a classic. Picasso is a prime example of how to successfully approach collage and give it a theme, whether it is experimental or socially conscious.

Glass, Carafe and Newspapers by  George Braque (1882-1963) | 1914, charcoal, collage, oil, chalk  #mixed_media #collage

Glass, Carafe and Newspapers by George Braque (1882-1963) | 1914, charcoal, collage, oil, chalk #mixed_media #collage

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