Original painting. Gouache on paper.
Dimensions: 35 x 25 cm (H x W).
The "Three Little Girls" were created together, in 2002, and the inspiration was the theater play written by Pablo Picasso under the title "Four Little Girls".
The seemingly disconnected language of the girls in the play, reinforces the cruelty of war against their innocence.
As in the play, the Little Girls here do not show their loveliness and innocence: the cruelty of war is depicted in the grimaces of their faces. Furthermore, their hands are either "cut off" or trying desperately to find and hold on steady roots of the ground.
Little Girl I is dressed up in in an orange-red dress: the red comes mainly from her face that appears almost drenched in blood. She has no real eyes or mouth: just three black lines connected with her clutch hands and feet, also in black. Furthermore, her eyes stem from a black crown, rigid and heavy as steel. There are flowers around her, in the garden, but she does not notice any of the surrounding beauty. Her body, filled with hollows and edgy lines, moves like a robot: yes, she is THE robot-girl.
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