Picasso, His Life and Work

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University of California Press, 1981 - Art - 517 pages
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"Intimate, yet objective; comprehensive, yet enthralling; this biography of the greatest artists of our century will rank with Vasari in the annals of European painting."--Sir Herbert Read
  

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Contents

Origins and Youth 188195
1
Barcelona 18951901
27
The Blue Period 190104
65
Au Rendezvous des Poetes 190406
93
Les Demoiselles dAvignon 190609
125
The Creation of Cubism 190914
157
First World War Paris and Rome 191418
195
Beauty Must be Convulsive 191830
227
Second World War Royan and Paris 193945
325
Antibes and Vallauris 194554
357
La Californie 195458
391
Departure from Cannes
427
Le mas Notre Dame de Vie 196170
439
Last Years 197073
461
Great Collage of 1937 Becomes a Tapestry The Museo
465
Postscript
479

Sculpture and the Minotaur 193036
263
Guernica 193639
295

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About the author (1981)

Elizabeth Cowling was co-curator of the blockbuster exhibition "Matisse Picasso" (Tate Modern, Grand Palais, Museum of Modern Art). Her publications include "Picasso: Sculptor/Painter" with John Golding and "Picasso: Style and Meaning".

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