Pablo Picasso

Pablo Picasso: The life story you may not know

Pablo Picasso was an unrivaled titan of 20th-century art. He influenced and collaborated with such fellow creative geniuses as Henri Matisse and Georges Braque, and the works of his Blue Period and his Rose Period are familiar to even the most casual museum-goer. In politics, Picasso took an unwavering stand...
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Woman Sitting Near a Window: Pablo Picasso work sells for $100m

A painting by Pablo Picasso has sold for more than $100m - marking the fifth work by the Spanish artist to sell for a nine-figure sum. Woman Sitting Near a Window (Marie-Therese) sold for $103.4m (£73.5m) on Thursday at Christie's auction house in New York. That figure comprises $90m for...
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Callahan Center Hosting Discussion on Pablo Picasso April 21

FRAMINGHAM – Whether you swear by him or at him, Picasso was undeniably the most successful and influential artist of the 20th century. He was certainly the most influential artist since Leonardo Da Vinci. He was able to change his style, so quickly, so completely, that he seemed like many different artists. You can’t like it all, he made over 50,000 works of art. But there will be one era, one style, even a single painting, that will make you say; “I didn’t know Picasso did that. I love that.”

10 people and things connecting Pablo Picasso with Russia

Russian collectors and avant-garde artists recognized Picasso as a formidable figure in 20th century art early on, while present-day visitors to the Pushkin Museum in Moscow and the Hermitage in St. Petersburg eagerly rush to the rooms where his works are displayed. Interestingly, Picasso had far more connections with Russia than one might think.
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A Weekend with Pablo Picasso

CaltechLive! presents the film adaptation of Herbert Siguenza’s solo show “A Weekend with Pablo Picasso” for on-demand viewing beginning March 6—April 4. Written and performed by Siguenza, the one-man show on which this film is based has played to sold-out crowds across the nation. It was produced by San Diego Repertory Theatre.