Pablo Picasso was born on October 25, 1881. He was happy when it was sunny, and when it rained he felt gloomy. He was a person who wasn't understood. The only person who understood him was Pablo's father. When Pablo was a young boy, he didn't only act like an artist, he was a collector. Pablo discovered that things have little differences. When Pablo was young, his mother sent him to kindergarten. In kindergarten he didn't feel comfortable. One day Pablo's father heard that Pablo scratched on a wall in his house with nails. When Pablo's father heard that, he took Pablo to the beach. After a few minutes he fell asleep. While Pablo's father was sleeping, Pablo drew a dolphin on the sand. When his father woke up he saw a picture of a dolphin someone drew. He said, "Could it be Pablo who drew this?" Pablo's father went home with Pablo so he could see what he had scratched. When he saw it, it looked like reindeer and bison running from men on horseback armed with bows and arrows. Pablo's father then took him to his art studio and wanted him to paint a picture. Pablo painted a picture of his sister so she would forgive him for painting her face with egg yolk. He died on April 8, 1973.
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