Art and Design, Vol. 4, Issue 4, Dec  2021, Pages 134-138; DOI:

See Bell-Picasso’s Avignon Girl

Art and Design, Vol. 4, Issue 4, Dec  2021, Pages 134-138.


Xin Wu 1* , Ying Wang 2

1 Shanghai Science and Technology Museum, Shanghai, China

2 Huangpu District Financial Development Service Center, Shanghai, China

Received: 23 October 2021; Accepted: 15 November 2021; Published: 25 November 2021

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This paper analyzes Picasso’s famous painting Avignon Girl, the leader of cubism in modern painting school, and tries to explore the practical significance of artistic theory. Through the viewpoint in Art written by Clive Bell, this paper concretely explains the original artistic meaning and geometric form in the artwork of Avignon Girl, affirming Picasso’s exploration and attempt for modern art and his outstanding contribution to finding new vitality and development direction of contemporary art.


Picasso, Bel, Avignon Girl


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