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It is is a mix of the Cubism, Modernism and Primitivism Art-styles. At the bottom of the painting there is a table with fruits on it. Therefore, one can say that it is a painting within a painting.
Behind the women, in the background of the painting, are the curtains of the brothel. This was the only way for the artist to create a feeling of depth, as the painting is mainly two-dimentional. When it was first displayed, The Young Ladies of Avignion was deemed immoral Nine years after the painting had been completed, the name of it needed to be changed.
The original name, Le Bordel d'Avignon The Brothel of Avignon , was considered to be a bit too shocking for the audience of those days, and therefore it was changed to Les Demoiselles d'Avignon. At that time the painting didn't have the acceptance of today. The painting was bought by Jacques Doucet, an American fashion designer and art-collector, in for 25, francs, and after his death from another private collector. An intresting fact is that Picasso created over preliminary sketches before setting his vision down on canvas, and in previous incarnations the figure at the far left was…a man!
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