Pablo Picasso’s Self Portrait Evolution From Age 15 To Age 90

Spanish painter, sculptor, printmaker, ceramicist, stage designer, poet and playwright Pablo Picasso is one of the greatest and most influential artists of the 20th century — and our lifetime. He, along with Henri Matisse and Marcel Duchamp, defined revolutionary developments in the plastic arts and were responsible for many developments in painting, sculpture, printmaking and ceramics.

From Picasso’s rich collection of thousands of paintings, sculptures, ceramics and drawings, his self-portraits reflect an assortment of periods of his lifelong artistic career. Here are 14 self-portraits of Pablo Picasso from age 15-90.

15 Years Old (1896)
18 Years Old (1900)
20 Years Old (1901)

24 Years Old (1906)
25 Years Old (1907)
35 Years Old (1917)
56 Years Old (1938)
83 Years Old (1965)
85 Years Old (1966)
89 Years Old (1971)
90 Years Old (June 28, 1972)
90 Years Old (June 30, 1972)
90 Years Old (July 2, 1972)
90 Years Old (July 3, 1972)
Pablo Picasso (25 October 1881 – 8 April 1973)

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