Several artists devoted their life and work to the research and explanation of bullfighting nature in their paintings or other visual arts, which are presented in local museums of Spain, Mexico and other counties, glorifying bullfighting. Some works are displayed in the USA museums and art galleries as well, due to the fact that a prominent artist is or was a USA citizen or if an artist is internationally recognized. In any case, if you are actually interested in looking at highly artistic bullfighting pictures collections, they are reachable either by transport or by your mouse click.
Pablo Picasso is the most legendary artist, who peculiarly remarked, ?We all know that Art is not truth. Art is a lie that makes us realize the truth, at least the truth that is given to us to understand.? Pablo Picasso's bullfighting pictures collections fixed the most significant moments of the spectacle, driving numerous observers to complete the amazement. Picasso was highly impressed by the whole bullfighting culture and he reflected it in his numerous works, sketches and sculptures as well.
Whether you like bullfighting or not, Picasso's bullfighting pictures collections are worth looking at for the sake of art and mastery, allowing the artist beautifully to combine violence and sensuality, beauty and rage, epitomizing bullfighting.
His works are represented in almost all major museums in the USA, including the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, the Museum of Modern Art, New York City (particularly shows a Bull in the lithograph section), Pablo Picasso at the National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C. (an in-depth study of The Tragedy, 1903) and many others. The USA museums, featuring online Pablo Picasso collections are the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; the Museum of Modern Art, New York City, fifty five works online; the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia; the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington D.C. There is also On-Line Picasso Project, worth exploring for an extensive biography and overview of the artist's work with excellent reproductions.
Harry Ransom Center Collections, Texas, displays bullfighting pictures collections by Tom Lea, an artist and writer of wide scope. At Harry Ransom Center Collections you can see all the works by Tom Lea, comprising bullfighting pictures collections, Texana art pictures, landscapes, portraits, WW II images and illustrations for his books like the Brave Bulls and The Wonderful Country.
If you want to look at extreme bullfighting pictures, browse through the sites acclaiming animal's rights, such as http://www.atourhands.com/, as they often show the most brutal scenes of bullfighting. We have also discovered a precious http://www.globalcuts.com/, featuring the most amusing bullfighting pictures, available online, such as one of the finest bullrings in the world, Madrid's Plaza Monumental de Las Ventas, shot during the fair of San Isidro. Bullfighting videos for about sixty nine dollars are also available on the website. Generally, Global Cuts offers a raw film, video, music and photographs as royalty free QuickTime files.