Picasso was an extremely prolific artist, but there remain many rarely seen works that are held in private collctions. This book presents 250 such paintings, which were all shown in an exhibition at Milan's Palazzo Reale in Autumn, 2001, to open up the artist's personal legacy to a greater section of the public. The exhibition did not tour, so the book now offers a way to see these masterworks. They include oil paintings, aquatints, prints, sculpture and terracottas, as well as textiles such as the ballet Russe costumes Picasso created for Diaghilev.
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Bernice Rose is a notable American curator and the celebrated author of many books including DRAWINGS OF ROY LICHENSTEIN, DRAWING IS FORM: THE DRAWINGS OF JOESEPH BEUYS, ALLEGORIES OF MODERNISM and JACKSON POLLOCK. She is the curator of the exhibition 'Pablo Picasso: Masterworks.'
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Descripción Bulfinch, 2002. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. First American Edition. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0821227920