Pablo Picasso: Celebrating the Muse – Women in Picasso’s Prints

9 June 2010 - 2 July 2010

Artist Info

Marlborough Fine Art, London is holding an important exhibition of prints by Pablo Picasso celebrating the theme of woman as muse in various graphic media, ranging from etching and drypoint, to linocut and lithography. It is the second and final venue for this show, which was highly acclaimed by The New York Times during its installation at Marlborough Gallery, New York. It is the first comprehensive overview of the subject as specifically depicted in Picasso’s graphic oeuvre.

In an exploration of Picasso’s extraordinary creativity and pioneering use of the media of printmaking, the theme of ‘the muse’ provides an important new perspective for appreciating his significant achievements in printmaking. The show will feature works spanning his entire career from his first print, Le Repas frugal, 1905, to selections from the tour-de-force of his late period, the Suite 347 of 1968.

 

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Artist Info

 

Marlborough Fine Art, London is holding an important exhibition of prints by Pablo Picasso celebrating the theme of woman as muse in various graphic media, ranging from etching and drypoint, to linocut and lithography. It is the second and final venue for this show, which was highly acclaimed by The New York Times during its installation at Marlborough Gallery, New York. It is the first comprehensive overview of the subject as specifically depicted in Picasso’s graphic oeuvre.

In an exploration of Picasso’s extraordinary creativity and pioneering use of the media of printmaking, the theme of ‘the muse’ provides an important new perspective for appreciating his significant achievements in printmaking. The show will feature works spanning his entire career from his first print, Le Repas frugal, 1905, to selections from the tour-de-force of his late period, the Suite 347 of 1968.

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