2020 US Presidential Election — Picasso in Wisconsin

“A picture is worth a thousand words”

November 6 2020 — Sometimes, a simple drawing can powerfully convey an idea that words are no longer capable of explaining. Follow us on Twitter: @INTEL_TODAY

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In 1901, Picasso sank into a severe depression and blue tones began to dominate his paintings. The Blue Period did not last very long.

Picasso’s psychological state improved. In 1904, Pablo moved towards more joyful, vibrant works, and emphasized the use of pinks (“rose” in French).

Picasso’s Blue Period depicts themes of poverty, loneliness, and despair. The Rose Period brings joyful paintings of clowns, harlequins, and carnival.

Back to the 2020 US Presidential Election, it only takes two strokes of the pen to explain what happened in an extraordinary election that experts will study and debate for years.

In an instant, the world went from Red to Blue. Notice that I said “the world”…


A picture is worth a thousand words — Wikipedia


2020 US Presidential Election — Picasso in Wisconsin

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