Spanish, 1881–1973. The art movement of Cubism was said to have changed the face of European painting and sculpture. Pablo Picasso was the co-founder of the entire movement alongside Georges Braque. Cubism reconciled the three-dimensional with two-dimensional spaces, in an attempt to hint at the intention behind the themes. Picasso also contributed significantly to Surrealism, Neoclassicism, and Expressionism. Despite achieving international acclaim before the age of 50, a comparative analysis of the works created by Picasso in his lifetime, from his childhood years until his death, portrays a scale of development that perhaps no other artist would have achieved. By creating over 20,000 paintings, prints, drawing, sculptures, ceramics, theatre sets, and costumes, Picasso played an unparalleled function in impacting the course of 20th Century art.