Portrait of Daniel Henry Kahnweiler clear showed how Picasso used this analytical cubism painting language to create specific figures. What was puzzling was it was in this extremely abstract art deformation which decomposed images and abandoned colors that Picasso always refused to give reference for models.
In order to draw the picture, he let his old friend Mr. Kahnweiler patiently make the posture and have sit down for 20 times in front of him. He was careful not to mind taking the trouble of decomposition to obtain an oil painting structure formed by the transparent color layers of overlapping pictures. There were only blue, brown and grey purple. Color was only playing a minor role here. For more please visit www.artisoo.com