April 18, 2018

"P" is for Picasso

Like many artists before him, Spanish artist Pablo Picasso spent time living and working in the south of France. In the years following WW II he established a studio at Chateau Grimaldi in Antibes, which is now a museum dedicated to his work. Here visitors can view paintings, sculptures and ceramics created in the Cubist's distinctive style.



Ceramics, Painting and Sculpture by Pablo Picasso


Previous A to Z Posts:
"P" is for Peter Pan
"P" is for Peacock
"P" is for Princess

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  1. Some of the work from local Ecuadorian artists I see remind me of Picasso.

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    1. That's very interesting. I must confess I know nothing at all about South American art.

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