HomeArticlesArt Cooking PICASSO Art Cooking PICASSO By Frank Lundy September 15, 2019 Articles, Blog 100 Comments Tags:Alice B. Toklas, art, Art Assignment, art cooking, art history, cooking, Gertrude Stein, hannah gadsby, nanette, pablo picasso, picasso, theartassignment Related Posts ‘Polynesian Tattoos’ The Art of Ink (Season 2) Digital Exclusive | Paramount Network ‘Meet The Artist’ (No:9) | Laura Boswell | Printmaker & Artist Data Visualization Through Drawing & Visual Thinking About Author admin 100 Comments Logan Barry August 24, 2018 delicious stuff?! dead animals? Reply Barbara Mead August 24, 2018 Well done! This is one of my favorite Art Assignment episodes yet! Great job! Reply David Sullivan August 24, 2018 You are blissfully articulate and eloquent Reply Jorja Grey August 24, 2018 I love your voice 😍 Reply Esteban August 24, 2018 Love love love love love love love the art assignment Reply PoseidonXIII August 24, 2018 Is it weird I want to try blood sausage? Also I always knew it as an English dish, is it originally from France or did the French incorporate it from the English? Reply Daniel White August 24, 2018 Not really into Picasso, but can't help falling in love with this episode! Thank you so much for keep making these cool videos 😉 Reply Bublezz Sánchez August 24, 2018 Jajaja I love how you refer to the wine, by its brand name. I hate that wine, I would use another kind of tinto. I love the breads Reply Alec August 24, 2018 I need to stop watching these before i go to work, every time i watch them I have a craving to paint or cook or both, and now i've got to go to work 🙁 Reply Buffie Nguyễn August 24, 2018 I love this series so much! Also Nourish sounds awesome, I’ll definitely check it out. Reply Linus Fondin August 24, 2018 Uhm… Do you do any creative design? Reply Victoria Hauck August 24, 2018 These episodes always make my day Reply ojiverdeconfleco August 24, 2018 Dat still life tho 👀I'm still not sure how much I like Picasso or not, but this definitely reminded me of my love for heated, spiced wine, which I haven't had in too long and it's been a winter here in Argentina.But I do like this episode a lot, as always! 💕 Reply Ethan W August 24, 2018 Wow! What an excellent video! This is a medium by which I’ve never seen Picasso discussed! Reply Cora Johnston August 24, 2018 These are cooking episodes are my favorite. I can’t imagine how long they take to make. Impatiently waiting for more! Reply Donnerbrandpears ihategoogle August 24, 2018 I really like this series. I hope you keep doing this. Reply Kristian Bjerke Dalen August 24, 2018 This series is amazing. Reply Michael Wade August 24, 2018 Even if you don't enjoy knowing how the sausage is made, and find the result less than appetizing, one can't help but marvel at it's impact. The sausage, I mean. Reply Kyle August 24, 2018 9:07executivebudgetary Reply Rogério Nagaoka August 24, 2018 Great episode as usual! Loved it! Reply Elise Logan August 24, 2018 Great episode. Reply Rachel Ann August 24, 2018 As you were going through the different stages of picasso I heard Hannah Gatsby saying "CUbisM!" like she did in Nanette. Reply Mimi de Seda August 24, 2018 I now want to fry some of my art. Reply Hannah O August 25, 2018 This is such a good series! Reply Estrella Casias August 25, 2018 The food videos are like my favourites Reply kujmous August 25, 2018 So no hashish fudge? Reply Ross Llewallyn August 25, 2018 This was so charming, and I learned a lot! Reply Lucy Lü August 25, 2018 LOVE Art Cooking so much ❤️ Reply Fake_owl August 25, 2018 This is really cool channel! Thanks for creating such a great way to teach and talk about art. 😉 Reply Chele Bel August 25, 2018 Thank you for a very interesting, clever and entertaining video. Would you consider doing a piece on Frank Lloyd Wright and his influence on food? There was an article written a few years ago about his influence on farming. http://archive.jsonline.com/news/wisconsin/63205277.html/ Reply PoseidonXIII August 25, 2018 Handy back up orange! XD Reply janicew9 August 26, 2018 I very much enjoyed this whole video, I learned a lot! But the clapping bread hands was hilarious Reply Sally Meixner August 26, 2018 This is my favorite channel on youtube and your content is seriously doing so much and I adore it but it was odd to hear you use the word “prostitute” while talking about les demoisselles, that term is outdated and considered dehumanizing (or even a slur) to many people. The term used now is “sex worker” and if it is absolutely necessary to disclose the extent of what specifically they do (it usually is not) and they are physically having penetrative sex for money the term is “full service sex worker”. But again, fucking amazing series, can't get enough. Reply iagonizante August 26, 2018 I love food and how it intersects with artists lives i haven't missed a single episode yet, so of course i loved this video as well, since we get Picasso drilled into us since a very young age in Spain. I also wanted to point out a small mistake, the second painting you show that Picasso made when he was a child is not Dusk over the port of Malaga, it's actually a painting of Torre de Hercules, which is in Coruña (i recognised the scenery because its my hometown so i checked and it is actually that ). Also fun fact, did you know the current Spain Tourism is still the logo designed by Picasso? Reply Saundra Audrina August 27, 2018 really enjoyable crash course! thank you! Reply Oddrae August 27, 2018 Favorite show! Reply LagiNaLangAko23 August 28, 2018 STRIPED bass Reply Moira Crombie August 28, 2018 Fuck Picasshole Reply Daniella Naomi August 28, 2018 I love this video but would be delighted to see more women’s take x Reply go go August 29, 2018 The underlying playfulness is enticing. Tonight finger bread! Reply Janis Abols August 29, 2018 Beautiful! Reply OtakuAlice August 30, 2018 I want to know more about this frying paper thing. Do you have any links to more reading? Reply чак чук August 30, 2018 My favorite YouTube channel Reply My Name's Not Hayley Get it right September 1, 2018 Um Arkham Asylum ? Reply Gemmatus September 1, 2018 Even though I'm vegan and grossed out when you prepare meat (or fish) I LOVE ART COOKING vidos!! Reply Kat U September 1, 2018 "notorious progression through wives and lovers" is a funny way to say "notorious pedophilia and systemic abuse of intimate partners" Reply Shauday Smith September 6, 2018 I was surprised how entertaining this video would be. Really the bumbling cooking efforts was just plain fun to watch. Now i'm off to binge watch the whole dang channel. Reply Bárbara Martínez September 7, 2018 This video has me shooooooked. It's amazing. Reply La Verne September 7, 2018 what brush is she using Reply Suzie Yang September 7, 2018 I love this 😄 Reply pigeon boie September 8, 2018 you guys should definetly do toulouse lautrec showcase my beautiful little man Reply Ramila RAI September 9, 2018 1:40 I read "Seungri" Reply thepeacefish September 9, 2018 This is such an interesting collection of pots and pans Reply thepeacefish September 9, 2018 Imagine growing up with Sarah and her husband as parents. What a rich and stimulating household. Reply Van Gogh September 9, 2018 Too many people judging him for his life and not the genius behind his work Reply sarahi villanueva September 14, 2018 I loved this!!! Thank you so much for posting !!!💕💕💕 Reply Uju Ugwu September 15, 2018 Please do anything on rothko Reply Trent Milner September 17, 2018 "Food has also been the art on a number of occasions." SAYS THE DEMON THAT COMES OUT OF NOWHERE Reply Chaka Oof Ka September 22, 2018 This video is an art on its own. Magnificent. Reply Robin Long September 24, 2018 13:28 when your friend dies in an Obby Reply Ruva Chipato October 3, 2018 So you made mulled wine? Reply Millicent Butler October 5, 2018 I LOVE these videos!!! I am incorporating them in my High School Art classes as we study different artists from around the world and their culture each month. Any chance you could do Hokusai before November? 🙂 We're also covering Degas, DaVinci, Klimt and Prymanchenko this year… Reply Oma Rumunna October 7, 2018 I missed this Reply Luke Thomas October 15, 2018 Really interesting, you used such an interesting mix of historic photos, shots of his work, cooking footage, and the more esoteric imagery, like the watercolors to depict periods. Reply Per Jonsson November 5, 2018 Please do cooking with Basquiat! Reply Natasha Ryan December 19, 2018 I KNOW this is sarah just being diplomatic and i do really appreciate that she mentions that he's not a good person every time she mentions him, but downplaying picasso's actual abuse of his partners and like, actual pedophillia doesn't sit too well with me Reply Timothy Dingman December 22, 2018 I'll never understand how one can be a Misogynist and womanizer at the same time Reply kevinsmellls December 31, 2018 Hey was wondering how that fish tasted?? Curious bc it looks pretty but wondering if those ingredients meshed well? Also: this series is my favorite thing Reply Sara Baglioni January 4, 2019 I would prefer that you make this beautiful and amazing series of videos without using meat (because, you know, sometimes it sounds disgusting and unpleasant). :3 Reply Gwen le Fay January 21, 2019 f*ck Picasso -I'm not conflicted at all Reply Lewis Vincent Jon January 27, 2019 The woman that does these videos talks too fast, it’s the same as Crash Course. Reply Mirela Petre February 20, 2019 The clapping bread hands 😂♥ Reply Chaos x 7 March 11, 2019 brilliant and original Reply Courtney Sorrento March 16, 2019 This was educational, funny, and very clever! I love it! Reply Samuel B. Wilson March 25, 2019 This is the way one should approach the cultural importance of art and artist while clearly separating and announcing the maleficent actions of said artist. I find it important that these types of explanations are supported because it does laud the greatness of the work and talent while contextualizing the unfavorable character traits of the artists. Reply D Solis April 2, 2019 😭😭😭😭😭 this channel is so good that I don't deserve it… 😭😭😭😭😭👏👏👏👏👏😭😭😭😭 Reply Lillith666 April 15, 2019 @12:13 omg watching you haphazardly try to cut the sausage is awful!! Reply Louella.y April 15, 2019 Microplane graters are awesome. You might think you don't need one but you absolutely do. Reply Richard Long April 18, 2019 Hold the microplane in your left hand and keep it fixed. Zest the orange with your right hand. It’s way easier and feels much more natural. Reply Blackpink Isn't in my area April 18, 2019 I just remember he drank a lot of coffe, and I mean a lot Reply E T E R N A L April 18, 2019 You… literally meant cooking. I thought it was a metaphor for something lmao Reply Jonathan Higgins April 21, 2019 I feel like this episode is good for not shying away from Picasso's problematic views towards women but, it notes them and then completely undemines them by continuing with the narrative of the 'great artist regsrdless' can't we just acknowledge people for what they were even if that means drawing attention to uncomfortable truths? Reply Star Lemon077 April 22, 2019 I feel like non artists take his art for granted. As an artist, its hard to make your own style i feel like he embraced that. Always changing and evolving over time. Reply Fisto April 22, 2019 its picasso, not pakasso Reply Debby A. Debryana April 22, 2019 OMG! What an interesting way to learn about both art and cooking. I love it so much!!! <3 Reply Caro Villarroel April 22, 2019 navegao' Reply Jenu Mclucas April 23, 2019 Never thought I needed to watch this.. I’m bingeing through this whole channel now lol Reply Natalie Giannos April 25, 2019 I LOVE this series Reply Alex Agrasot April 27, 2019 No spoons is also a statement about being rich. Reply Richard Becker April 27, 2019 "Well the girls would turn the color of the avocado, when he would drive down their street in his El Dorado" Reply Pat W May 3, 2019 enjoyed this side of picasso Reply Zombie Cactus May 8, 2019 13:27 Reply PlantsAreFriendsYouEat May 14, 2019 So will there be a Brion Gysin art cooking video? Reply Oskar Koponen May 30, 2019 Its very similar to the swedish glögg. Reply Jo Franco June 7, 2019 god i love this channel Reply Madison Jackson July 17, 2019 12:27 Aww, that is one cute doggo! I knew that he had a dachsund, I just now know what the good boy looks like. Reply AdaArt July 28, 2019 Cool! I love picasso! Very modern Reply Elsa Re August 17, 2019 that bread clap tho Reply Jose Baldizon August 19, 2019 Really didn't get the whole cooking angle, but I enjoyed the video. Reply richard fucking mark August 23, 2019 I'm starting to get why yall don't like Picasson and I understand why lol he's kind of an asshole sksks Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.