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Sinopsis: Although he never set foot in Africa, Picasso had a passion for African art. Throughout the course of his life, he assembled a unique collection of statues and masks. Comprising more than 120 objects, Picasso's private collection can now be found in museums in Paris such as the Louvre, Musee Quai Branly and the Musee Picasso, as well as in the private collections of members of Picasso's family. This beautiful book documents the entire collection and examines it as a whole. It features documentary photographs, a section of stunning colour plates, and detailed ethnographic descriptions of each piece, providing a full account of Picasso's relationship with African and Oceanic art. This important publication sheds new light on the fascination non-Western art held for one of twentieth century's most important artists.
About the Author: Peter Stepan is an art-historian specialising in Western and African art. He is the author and editor of numerous books including Spirits Speak: A Celebration of African Masks (Prestel).
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Descripción Prestel Publishing, Munich, 2007. Hard Cover. Estado de conservación: Near Fine binding. Estado de la sobrecubierta: Near Fine dust jacket. Quarto. As New; no markings of any kind; dust jacket protected in a new mylar cover. Binding sound. Near Fine binding / Near Fine dust jacket. Nº de ref. de la librería 259802
Descripción Prestel Publishing, 2007. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Used: Good. Nº de ref. de la librería SONG3791336916