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A selection of reproductions of Picasso paintings covering his whole career & using text by British artist and biographer of Picasso, Roland Penrose. Additional text by David Lomas.
Paperback, 128 pages
Published 1971 by Phaidon Press
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by tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE - January 28, 2014

I picked this up at a friend's yard sale, not that that's likely to matter to you, dear reader, much, for probably less than a dollar. I mention that b/c it's astounding how many things a person can acquire in this surplus society w/o having much money. I like Picasso's paintings, mostly the Cubist stuff. He had a period when he was associated w/ Surrealism too - that never really made that much sense to me: I
Roberto Roldán
Un paso emocional por las facetas de Picasso, desde la época azul, época rosa y finalmente El Cubismo cómo personaje estrella de este movimiento. Picasso todo un visionario y hombre de negocios, trabajaba arduamente en espera que la inspiración lo visite y generar su magia.
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