By Deborah Wye
Over his long career Pablo Picasso made well over two thousand etchings, engravings, drypoints, aquatints, lithographs, and linoleum cuts. This catalogue explores Picasso's creative process in printmaking from the early twentieth century up to the last years of his life, as his work continually expanded practice in the medium.
Divided into twelve thematic sections, the book presents highlights from the Museum's extraordinary collection of Picasso's prints, including such celebrated 1930s masterworks as Minotauromachy and The Weeping Woman as well as artist's proofs from throughout his career that reveal how Picasso's imagery developed. Includes 168 images.
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