Picasso: La Joie de Vivre (1946-1949)

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In 1946, when Picasso received the offer to use one of the great rooms in the castle at Antibes as a studio, he exclaimed enthusiastically: "I'm not only going to paint, I'll decorate the museum too." The result was a series of paintings and drawings that reflected the jubilant spirit, the joie de vivre, of a country that was free once more. Picasso later added sculptures, graphic works, and ceramics to this collection, forming the basis for what would be France's first museum dedicated to him, inaugurated in 1966 as Musee ...

Picasso: La Joie de Vivre (1946-1949) 2007, Skira - Berenice

ISBN-13: 9788876248870

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