Pablo Picasso

Picasso is not just a man and his work. Picasso is always a legend, indeed almost a myth. In the public view he has long since been the personification of genius in modern art. Picasso is an idol, one of those rare creatures who act as crucibles in which the diverse and often chaotic phenomena of culture are focussed, who seem to body forth the artistic life of their age in one person. The same thing happens in politics, science, sport. And it happens in art.

I trust you enjoy this visit and may you be enriched with the work of masters of art
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Pablo Picasso
Woman With Cat (1900)

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Seated Female Nude (1903)

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Woman with a Crow (1904)

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Madeleine (1904)

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Boy with a Pipe (1905)

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Paul in a Clown Suit, 1924

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The Acrobat (1930)

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Nude in a Black Chair (1932)

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Reading (1932)

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Bullfight : Death of the Toreador (1933)

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Minotaur with dead Horse in front of a Cave facing a Girl in Veil (1936)

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On the Beach (1937)

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Portrait of Marie-Thérèse Walter with Garland (1937)

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Portrait of Dora Maar : Portrait de Dora Maar (1937)

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Femme au collier jaune (1946)

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Tete d'une Femme Lisant : Head of a Woman Reading (1953)

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Sylvette (1954)

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Jacqueline with Flowers (1954)

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Les pigeons, Cannes (1957)

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The Piano : Velazquez (1957)