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Pablo Picasso

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1881-1973)

 

After his blue and pink periods, Pablo Picasso experimented with cubism with Braque.

Picasso went through and got the most out of all 20th century avant-garde movements, from primitivism to surrealism, and from neoclassicism to abstraction.

After the Second World War, in Vallauris, his paintings became more optimistic and he developed an intense sculpting activity.

 

 

 

Excerpt from Marie-Hélène Reynaud's book "d’art et de papier" 

Tête de femme III (Woman's Head III) (Portrait of Dora Maar), 1939, etching on Montval laid paper 45x34cm. Paris, Musée Picasso © Succession Picasso - Gestion droits d'auteur © RMN / Franck Raux

  • Tête de femme III (Woman's Head III) (Portrait of Dora Maar), 1939, etching on Montval laid paper 45x34cm. Paris, Musée Picasso

© Succession Picasso - Gestion droits d'auteur

© RMN / Franck Raux