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How Picasso Softens His Dynamic Symmetry Lines

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How’s everyone doing today? Welcome back and thanks for the amazing support!

Today we are going to see how Picasso uses dynamic symmetry to organize his composition like a master. The grid might seem rigid for some artists, but the lines can be softened while still locking into the grid. We’ll see exactly how Picasso does this in his surrealism painting called “The Rescue,” which is a scene of a drowning swimmer being saved. Let’s get into it!

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