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Acceptance in lieu, , MPrecto. Oil on canvas, x 89 cm. Alfred H.

Barr, director of the MoMA New York , republished Picasso — Fifty Years of his Art , a revised and extended version of the catalogue edition, at a time when abstract expressionism, in part influenced by Picasso, was rapidly gaining ground in the New York art world. Wildlife, cenotaurs and bacchantes recalled the series of paintings produced in Antibes.

For the first time, works by Picasso were exhibited in Italy, at the Venice Biennale. Picasso moved to La Galloise, a modest villa in the hills of Vallauris. Visited Krakow and Auschwitz. Picasso produced a series of large plaster sculptures involving a range of different objects with intrinsic poetic or visual worth and subverted from their standard use: Girl Skipping MP , Woman with Baby Carriage MP and Nanny Goat MP and Pursued his fascination with ceramics.

Produced further sculptures of sundry objects Baboon and Young , MP More sculptures inspired by everyday objects.


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Visited the recently-opened Chapel of the Rosary in Vence, decorated by Matisse. Important Picasso retrospective held in Tokyo and Osaka. Picasso produced several paintings on the theme of The Reader MP , which introduced his new technique of large monochrome areas in acidic colours around The Young Ladies of Avignon was included.

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His War and Peace murals were presented there. The exhibition next toured to Milan and was enriched with several of his essential works, including Guernica, The Charnel House and Massacre in Korea. A week after the exhibition opened, they were removed and returned. As a replacement, Picasso loaned works from his own collection, including a Portrait of Madam Z. Pablo Picasso, The Family , 30 September Oil on canvas, x cm. The exhibition later transferred to Munich, Cologne and Hamburg, until April Picasso bought a large villa in Cannes, La Californie , built in Picasso returned to the theme of bathers.

The artist celebrated his 75th anniversary at the Galerie Madoura with the potters from Vallauris. In Moscow, Ilya Ehrenburg organised an exhibition of works belonging to Russian collections.


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  8. Started a series of sculptures assembled from pieces of recovered wood. Pen, brush and Indian ink on vellum writing paper, 27 x 21 cm. Started to produce linocuts. Vallauris Chapel, decorated with the murals War and Peace , was officially inaugurated and the place was converted into a national museum. Produced linoleum cuts on Mediterranean subjects. They moved to Mougins in June. Celebrated his 80th birthday in Vallauris.

    Continued to produce his sheet metal busts. Produced some 70 portraits of Jacqueline using different techniques including painting, drawing, pottery and engraving. The artist started the prolific series of the Painter and His Model , which he continued throughout the year. Death of Georges Braque.

    Death of Jean Cocteau. Picasso began a very close collaboration with brothers Aldo and Piero Crommelynck, who moved their intaglio studio to Mougins, to produce etchings. The final version, made of steel and measuring 20 metres tall, was inaugurated in Introduced new themes into his painting: man carrying a child, family, man eating watermelons.

    In November, the artist underwent surgery for an ulcer at the American Hospital in Neuilly and spent his last time in Paris. Series of black and colour illustrations in a notebook MP featuring figures, erotic drawings and burlesque scenes, or graphically commenting on the large Ingres painting Jupiter and Thetis. The exhibition unveiled a number of sculptures produced by the artist to the general public.

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    The artist refused to accept the Legion of Honour medal, the highest decoration in France. Picasso was evicted from his Parisian studio on Rue des Grands-Augustins which he had occupied since Picasso continued with his Busts of Musketeers series. The Painter and His Model MP series, which for the very first time featured the characteristic Rembrandtesque figures particularly inspired by the painting Rembrandt and Saskia.

    Pablo Picasso, Bust of Man , 4 July Black pencil on vellum drawing paper, 66,8 x 50,5 cm. The engravings were printed by the Crommelynck brothers in their Mougins studio. Picasso entered an intense period of painting during which he produced some works in a year between 5 January and 2 February , the subjects including portraits, couples, nudes, men with swords, smokers and still lifes.

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    Exhibition Picasso at the Palais des Papes in Avignon. The event organised by Yvonne Zervos brought together paintings and 45 drawings. Christian Zervos designed the installation and wrote the catalogue preface. The exhibition caused a public outcry. Death of Christian Zervos shortly after the death of his wife Yvonne. Picasso painted without interruption until his death a series of large paintings combining the many themes he studied throughout his lifetime. Oil on canvas, 91 x 72,5 cm.

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    Series of illustrated self-portraits, where the head is displayed as a mask or a skull with bulging eyes MP Produced drawings of reclining nudes, obscenely arranging provocative old odalisques conveying the corruption of the flesh and the destruction of appearances: Nude in an Armchair MP , Nude MP and Nude Woman and Musketeer MP Pablo Picasso, Portrait of Olga in an armchair , spring Picasso exhibition at the Gallery in New York followed by numerous publications in the American press.

    Theft of the Mona Lisa. The Iberian statues scandal: Apollinaire was arrested. Dry graphite pencil on vellum paper, 32,6 x 24,8 cm. Acquisition, , sold by Dora Maar, MP Picasso and Braque visited Le Havre. Picasso began introducing newspapers and other paper cut-outs into his paintings. Transferred his studio to Boulevard Raspail, Paris. Returned to Barcelona, then moved to a new studio on Rue Schoelcher in Paris. Braque and Derain were conscripted. Apollinaire enlisted.

    Pablo Picasso, Caricature of Jean Cocteau , Gouache on vellum paper, 19,7 x 6,8 cm. Acceptance in lieu, , MP Gouache on vellum, 20,5 x 27,5 cm. Spring: Braque seriously injured. December: Death of Eva Gouel. Moved to Montrouge. Accompanied Diaghilev and the Ballets Russes to Italy. Met the Russian ballerina Olga Kokhlova. Oil on canvas, x 88,8 cm. Max Jacob, Apollinaire and Cocteau stood as witnesses. Pablo Picasso, Paulo drawing , Oil on canvas, x 97 cm. Pablo Picasso, Paul as Harlequin , Oil on canvas, x 97,5 cm. Acceptance in lieu , MP First summer spent in Dinard.

    First correspondence with Man Ray: Picasso gave him permission to reproduce his works at his pleasure. Picasso painted Deux femmes courant sur la plage MP78 , combining a classical style, monumentality and a study of movement. Picasso exhibited at the Art Institute of Chicago; the catalogue introduction was written by Clive Bell. Gelatin silver print, 17,7 x 12,8 cm. Designed various ballet sets and costumes.

    Spent time in Juan-les-Pins. Drypoint, 28 x 19 cm. Produced realistic sketches of ballerinas.

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    Returned to Juan-les Pins. Pablo Picasso, Portrait of Vollard. I Suite Vollard , 4 March Aquatint sugar, varnish, etching by hand with some burin highlights, on copper; print on laid Montval paper , 50,3 x 38,2 cm. Picasso produced several Guitars , constructions made of canvas, rope, cut-out paper, wallpaper, nails and hooks, Surrealist variations on the theme of Cubist construction.

    Picasso and Olga visited Barcelona. Oil on canvas, x 81 cm. First summer in Dinard. Painted the series of small-headed Bathers MP to The artist produced a series of paintings in which the classical themes of large nudes was subverted by a virulent colour palette and multiple deformities, as would be seen later in May in the Large Nude in Red Armchair MP Further articles on Picasso would be published in the magazine throughout its run, in particular by Michel Leiris.

    Summer in Dinard. Picasso completed the small oil-on-wood painting Crucifixion MP , whose composition calls to mind the study published by Georges Bataille in Documents based on the 12th-century illuminated manuscript The Apocalypse of St. Sever Documents issue 2, May During the summer in Juan-les-Pins, Picasso produced a series of relief paintings covered in sand. In Juan-les-Pins, he began a series of engravings for the Suite Vollard. Over the summer, he embarked on a new series of very brutal corridas, painted, drawn and engraved, then in autumn executed four engravings on the theme of the Minotaur guided by a young girl.

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    Picasso stopped painting until Picasso penned his first poems. Picasso and Olga separated, but remained married. Picasso paid his first visit to the ancient village of Vallauris, an important pottery centre, and produced his first ceramics. Pablo Picasso, Maya with Doll , 16 January Oil on canvas, 73,5 x 60 cm. Picasso moved to 7 rue des Grands-Augustin, Paris.