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Picasso : la joie de vivre , 1945-1948 .

Picasso, Pablo.

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ISBN 10: 8876248870 / ISBN 13: 9788876248870
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Venezia : Palazzo Grassi & Milano : Skira, c2006. Hardcover. Dustjacket. 279 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 30 cm. Catalog of an exhibition held at the Palazzo Grassi, Venice, Nov. 11, 2006-Mar. 11, 2007. English-language edition. Condition : very good. ISBN 9788876248870[KEYWORDS: ART, *. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 246085

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In 1946, when Picasso received the offer to use one of the great rooms in the castle at Antibes as a studio, he exclaimed enthusiastically: "I'm not only going to paint, I'll decorate the museum too." The result was a series of paintings and drawings that reflected the jubilant spirit, the joie de vivre, of a country that was free once more. Picasso later added sculptures, graphic works, and ceramics to this collection, forming the basis for what would be France's first museum dedicated to him, inaugurated in 1966 as Musée Picasso, Antibes.This catalog, published in conjunction with the exhibition of Palazzo Grassi, comprises a great selection of the most outstanding works from the Musée Picasso of Antibes, a large number of which have never been shown beyond the museum's walls. These include the murals La Joie de Vivre, 1946, The Sea Urchin Eater, 1946, and the impressive sculpture Head of Woman with Chignon, 1932. Featuring paintings, drawings, sculptures, and ceramics, the works illustrate a splendid period in Picasso's artistic career. The volume also includes a selection of photographs of Picasso by Polish artist Michel Sima, which portray the context in which Picasso created the works.

Über den Autor: Jean-Louis Andral is Chief Curator of the Musée Picasso of Antibes. Pierre Daix is a novelist, essayist, and art historian. Daix knew Picasso well for a quarter century and has written extensively on the artist. He was awarded the Georges Pompidou Prize in 2003 for his book Picasso: Life and Art.

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