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“can anybody tell me what the opening music theme was for the "picasso" episode and perhaps every episode...”
“Perhaps in the future it will be gauguin and not van gogh (and by the way matisse and not picasso) to be considered the greatest of his age.”
“Interesting, can see the influence of Nolde, Ensor and picasso in them. nature god and mankind involved, nice work.”
“All of a sudden everyone's an Art critic? it's a movie poster not a picasso masterpiece.”
“Interesante! aver cuando no escontramos, en el camino. picasso al parecer, solo era un hombre como nosotros, en en punto inicial de sus hobras cada persona dice algo, diferente. picasso logro encontrar un angulo diferente de como ver todo, para el mismo.”
“I'd try to be like "you ain't no picasso" and say they sound like something mixed with something, but I think they sounded like a cross between the letter l and the letter n.”
“Was that frog CCC must have been done by a true picasso type artiste.”
“As always thanks for the illustrations - very picasso”
“But ya know picasso was a bit of a stinker and plagarized or took inspiration from other artists and cultures.”
“Labels: picasso flop, randisi, texas hold 'em, vince van patten”
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inspired by people commonly known by their first name: people are more likely to know their last name than their first: not famous enough to be eponyms though
The height of fame, or infamy, is when your name becomes a byword for something. I'm not 100 percent sure about the technical name for this trope, but it seems to be antonomasia. Suggestions are mo...
Unnamed (but real, famous and identifiable) artists referenced in fiction/movies. Well, they don't have to be visual artists. I'd consider dancers, actors, writers, whoever – the main thing is that...
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