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Pablo Picasso

* 1887, Malaga 1973, Mougins

Pablo Picasso
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* 1887, Malaga, 1973, Mougins

Pablo Picasso
Pablo Picasso was born in Malaga in 1881. He died in Mougins in the South of France in 1973. He trained at art schools in Corunna, Barcelona and Madrid. He first visited Paris in 1900. Between 1900 and 1904 he divided his time between Paris and Barcelona. These were the years of his Blue Period. In 1904 he moved to Paris. A brief phase in 1904-5 is known as his Rose Period. In 1906 he met Georges Braque (1882-1963) and Henri Matisse (1869-1954). The period 1907-9 is referred to as his African-influenced period. period. In 1907 he completed the pivotal work Les Demoiselles d’Avignon, heralding Cubism. He spent the summer months of 1911-14 in Spain and the South of France working in close association with Braque, André Derain (1880-1954) and Juan Gris (1887-1927). His visit to Italy in 1917 was influential in his development of a form of monumental Neoclassicism which was evident in his work in the period 1920-4. In 1937 he painted his most famous work, Guernica, for the Spanish pavilion at the Paris Exposition Universelle. During the Occupation he lived in Paris. He moved to the South of France after the war,
dividing his time between Antibes, Vallauris (1947-55), Cannes (1955-8) and Vauvenargues near Aix-en-Provence (1958-61). From 1961 until his death in 1973 he lived in Mougins.

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Sammlungen in Museen (Auswahl)

Berlin, Sammlung Berggruen

Dortmund, Museum am Ostwall

Hannover, Sprengelmuseum

Köln, Museum Ludwig

Münster, Graphikmuseum Pablo Picasso

Frankreich, Antibes, Musée Picasso im Chateâu Grimaldi

Frankreich,Paris, Musée Picasso, Paris

Frankreich,Vallauris, Musée National Picasso La Guerre et la Paix de Vallauris

Frankreich,Villeneuve-d’Ascq, Lille Métropole Museum für Moderne Kunst, Zeitgenössische Kunst und Art Brut

Russland, Moskau Puschkin-Museum

Russland, Sankt Petersburg, Eremitage

Schweiz, Luzern, Sammlung Rosengart

Schweiz, Basel, Kunstmuseum Basel

Spanien, Barcelona, Museu Picasso

Spanien, Madrid, Museo Reina Sofía

Spanien, Málaga, Museo Picasso

USA, New York, Museum of Modern Art

Viele seiner Werke befinden sich in Privatbesitz.

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Literatur Werkverzeichnisse (Auswahl) Brigitte Baer, Bernhard Geiser: Picasso. Peintre-Graveur. Catalogue Raisonne de l'oeuvre grave et lithographie et des monotypes 1899-1972 Bd. I–VII [+ addendum zum Catalogue Raisonné 1969-1972]. Kornfeld, Bern 1984-1996 Georges Bloch: Picasso. Catalogue de l’oeuvre gravé et lithographié, Bd. 1–2 und 4. Kornfeld, revidierte Aufl. Bern 1975, Bd. 2 und 4 in nochmals revidierter Aufl. im Rahmen des Picasso-Project (s. Weblinks) Wofsy, San Franzisco 2004; Bd. 3 Catalogue de l’oeuvre gravé ceramique. Kornfeld und Klipstein, Bern 1972 Herschel Chipp, Alan Wofsy: Picasso-Project. Picasso’s Paintings, Watercolours, Drawings ans Sculpture. A. Comprehensive Illustrated Catalogue 1885-1973, bisher 22 Bde. Alan Wofsy, San Francisco 1995 ff. Juan-Eduardo Cirlot: Pablo Picasso. Das Jugendwerk eines Genies. DuMont, Köln 1972 Christoph Czwicklitzer: Pablo Picasso. Plakate 1923–1973. Werkverzeichnis. Deutscher Taschenbuchverlag, München 1984 Pierre Daix: Dictionaire Picasso. Robert Laffont, Paris 1995. Johannes M. Fox: Picassos Welt. Ein Lexikon. Bd. 1–2. Projekte Verlag Cornelius, Halle 2008 Arnold Glimcher: Je suis le cahier. Die Skizzenbücher Pablo Picassos. Rowohlt, Reinbek 1986.Sebastian Goeppert, Herma Goeppert-Frank, Patrick Cramer: Pablo Picasso. Die illustrierten Bücher. Hatje, Ostfildern 1995 Ernst-Gerhard Güse, Bernhard Rau: Pablo Picasso. Die Lithographien. Gerd Hatje, Stuttgart 1988 Fernand Mourlot: Picasso lithograph. Weber, Genf 1970. Josep Palau i Fabre: Picasso. Kindheit und Jugend eines Genies. Könemann, Köln 1998 Josep Palau i Fabre: Picasso. Der Kubismus. 1907–1917. Könemann, Köln 1998 Josep Palau i Fabre: Picasso. Von den Balletts zu den Dramas. 1917–1926. Könemann, Köln 1999 Georges Ramié: Céramique de Picasso. Fotografien von Edward Quinn. Cercle d’Art, Paris 1974 Alain Ramié: Picasso de l’Oeuvre Ceramique Édité 1947-1971. Madoura, Vallauris 1988 Werner Spies (Hrsg.): Picasso: Skulpturen. Hatje Cantz, Ostfildern 2000 Christian Zervos: Catalogue Raisonné des Œuvres de Pablo Picasso, 1895–1973. Éditions Cahiers d'Art, Paris (34 Bände). Drucklegung zwischen 1949 und 1986 Ulrich Weisner: Picasso. Kerber, Bielefeld 1997

Works by Pablo Picasso

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