LIBRARY - PICASSO, VINTAGE 1982
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Text by Hans L.C. Jaffé. Revised edition, 1982. 133 reproductions with 48 in large full color. Great find and highly collectible.
"Painter, draftsman, sculptor, printmaker, photographer, ceramicist, designer, playwright, and poet, Pablo Ruiz Picasso (1881–1973) contributed peerless innovations to the visual culture of the twentieth century. He created several of the great masterpieces of modernism, including Les Demoiselles d’Avignon (1907) and Guernica (1937), co-invented collage and Cubism, designed groundbreaking sets and costumes for the theater, coined the term “sur-realism,” and invented assembled sculpture (assemblage). Driven by boundless artistic energies and ambitions, he was the very personification of the avant-garde, and many of the movements of the last century could not help but develop in his orbit as artists worked consciously either to absorb his influence or rebel in his shadow."
- Pablo Picasso
- Vintage, 1982 Revised Edition
- 133 reproductions with 48 in large full color
- Wear Consistent with Age
- Rare / Collectible
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