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Identify the major changes in these artist's styles and concerns. Explain how outside influences, such as the social and technological background and peer pressure, contributed to these changes.

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Milestones in Pablo Picasso's art and life are noted.

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As you identify the major changes in Picasso's styles and concerns in terms of outside influences, such as the social and technological background and peer pressure, I offer notes and research to guide you. I am delighted to help!

First of all, you might note how Pablo Picasso's studies in Spain from 1897-1899 enhanced his modernist spin in his art since he "became closely associated with a group of modernist poets, writers, and artists who gathered at the café Els Quatre Gats (The Four Cats), including the Catalan Carlos Casagemas" (http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/pica/hd_pica.htm).

Besides these peer and movement influences, you might also examine how social and emotional turmoil caused his Blue Period after the "suicide of his friend Casagemas. Picasso's paintings from late 1901 to about the middle ...

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