Pablo Picasso’s Tender Illustrations For Aristophanes’ Lysistrata (1934)
In the mid-1930s, some beautiful, high-quality books were published by a company called Limited Editions Club, which, according to Antiques Roadshow appraiser Ken Sanders, was “famous for re-issuing classics of literature and commissioning contemporary living artists to illustrate 1500-copy signed limited editions.” One of those books—the 1934 Pablo Picasso-illustrated edition of Aristophanes' Lysistrata—is, next to Henri Matisse’s 1935 edition of Joyce’s Ulysses, one of “the most sought…
Pablo Picasso - Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil
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Reflexion du Peintre sur la Vie, from the 60 Series, 5 April, 1967 Drypoint Edition of 50 plus 15 artist's proofs plus 3 proofs before steel facing and the beveling of the plate printed with plate tone Signed with atelier stamp lower right and annotated in pencil lower left Image: 13 ¾ x 11 5/8 inches Sheet: 18 5/8 x 14 7/8 inches, Rives BFK
Pablo Picasso Ceramics
Pablo Picasso revolutionized the art world, and later in life, he found began making Picasso Ceramics, his final medium. Explore one of the largest collections of Picasso ceramics in the world.
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‘Etching: 22, 26 May 1971, 2 June 1971 (L.133)’, Pablo Picasso, 1971 | Tate
Artwork page for ‘Etching: 22, 26 May 1971, 2 June 1971 (L.133)’, Pablo Picasso, 1971 Confronted by old age and impotence, Picasso was defiantly productive. These works are drawn from the series of 156 prints which he made between 1970 and 1972, around the age of 90. The series has been compared to a private theatre, in which the actors are Picasso himself, his close friends, and his favourite artists of the past. In the works shown here, Picasso appears as both a gnarled satyr, and as a…