"It’s not about skill. It’s about unique qualities of seeing. That’s what makes Picasso a better artist than Andrew Wyeth. Art is about a novel way of looking at the world."   -Jonathan Fineberg 

Looking at these drawings done by Paul Klee and Picasso when they were children offers insight into what made them great artists as adults! 

Take a look at this article to find out more!

http://www.nytimes.com/2006/06/18/arts/design/18camhi.html?ref=paulklee

Titles:

"Woman With Parasol" (1883-5) by Paul Klee. 

"Dwarf and Mask" from 1926 by Paul Klee.

"Bullfight and Pigeons" (1890) by Picasso.

"Carriage, Cows and Horses," a childhood drawing in pencil by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec from 1870, when he was 6.


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