Picasso was compositionally redundant. His use of head-on horizontal space as necessity is deadly repetitive. You never see Picasso stretch space into and out-of the picture plane ― with him it is always across. Think of "Guernica", or even his most robust three-dimensional figures from his Classical Period ("Mother with Child on the Seashore") ― Picasso always composed left-right, across the horizontal surface. With this in mind, I show the horizontally composed drawing I made yesterday. Sometimes I just gotta play with large forms and forget my interest in moving the eye into and out-of the picture plane!
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