Pablo Picasso is one of the world’s best artists. During his lifetime (1881 to 1973), he embraced various mediums from sketches to primitive art to create unrivaled artwork that had a significant impact on twentieth-century art. His artwork was so broad, and each phase was so unique from the other. As a result, art historians divided his work into multiple periods. Picasso was the Cubist art movement’s core founder. This movement set the pace for abstract art and created Surrealism and Neoclassicism artwork styles. Although Picasso was born in Spain, he spent his artistic career and life in France. He produced approximately 147,800 art pieces, including illustrations, engravings, prints, paintings, ceramics, and sculptures. Add one or several of his artworks to your gallery to celebrate his achievement in the art industry.