Becoming Picasso

Paris 1901

Barnaby Wright

Date Published :
February 2013
Publisher :
Paul Holberton Publishing
Series :
The Courtauld Gallery
Illustration :
120 color illustrations
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This fully illustrated catalog, with essays by leading and emerging scholars in the field of Picasso studies, tells the remarkable story of Pablo Picasso's breakthrough year – 1901 – as an artist. It brings together an extraordinary group of paintings to explore his rapid artistic development during this single year, which launched his career and reputation in Paris. These major paintings will be reunited from public and private collections internationally, making the catalogue a unique opportunity to experience Picasso's very first masterpieces.

About The Author

Barnaby Wright is The Courtauld’s Daniel Katz Curator of 20th Century Art.

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