• The catalogue from the exhibition at the Picasso Museum in Malaga and Barcelona with 84 works from the Musée Picasso d'Antibes, some of which had not been shown before outside the Côte d'Azur city, where Picasso created them from 1946 to 1947. Fibre cement, canvasses painted with Ripolin industrial paint, drawings and ceramics show a collection of characters linked to classic mythology and a multitude of sea life from the Mediterranean, managing to transmit to spectators the joie de vivre running through that period in the artist's life.
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  • Picasso's extensive link to the circus world is shown in the over 300 works reproduced in this catalogue. Captured when numbers were performed or, more often, in the intimate moments far from the public eye, the acrobats, riders, clowns, pierrots and jesters, amongst others, were the stars of many of Picasso's works from 1904-1905. They became a constant running theme throughout his life as can be seen in the last series of prints.
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  • Pablo Picasso created the two most important symbols of war and peace : Guernica and dove . However, it is significant that the story eludes direct conflict , but there is an air war in the works of Picasso, in the same way that his paintings are a response to the desires of peace that once dominated Europe World War II ended . In the words of Picasso ' painting was not invented to decorate the houses. It is a weapon of war to defend themselves from the enemy . "
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  • Authors: Valeriano Bozal, Marie-Nöelle Delorme, Laurent Gervereau, Werner Hofmann, Brigitte Léal, Michel Melot, Maria Teresa Ocaña Publication year: 2003 Pages: 341 Languages: Catalan, Spanish, English Publisher: Institut de Cultura de Barcelona. Museu Picasso / Lunwerg ISBN: 84-7782-982-9 (English ed.) Price: 30 euros
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  • Title: Pablo Picasso. The Ludwig Collection Authors: Maria Teresa Ocaña, Evelyn Weiss Publication year: 1992 Pages: 300 Languages: Catalan, Spanish, English, German Publisher: Ajuntament de Barcelona. Museu Picasso / Electa ISBN: 84-88045-47-6, 84-88045-55-7 (Spanish); 84-88045-48-4, 84-88045-56-5 (Catalan); 3-7913-1235-09 (German), 3-7913-1250-2 (English) Price: 6 euros / Catalan, Spanish, English OUT OF PRINT
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  • This is the third and final volume of the catalogue series published on occasion of the small-scale exhibitions that the Museu Picasso has organized to commemorate its fiftieth anniversary. It is dedicated to the seventy-nine exhibitions that it has put on throughout its history: given the impossibility of describing them individually, the author, Montse Torres, offers us a good synthesis of the spirit and the main guidelines that inspired them.
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  • Title: Picasso eròtic Author: Rosa M. Subirana Publication year: 1979 Pages: 44 Languages: Catalan, Spanish Publisher: Ajuntament de Barcelona. Museu Picasso OUT OF PRINT
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  • Authors: Maria Teresa Ocaña, Valeriano Muzzle , Brigitte Leal Susan Grace Galassi , Rosa Vives, Year: 1999 , Pages : 295 , languages ​​: Catalan , Spanish, English , Publisher: Institut de Cultura de Barcelona. Museu Picasso, ISBN: 84-8156-240-8 , OUT
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  • Title: Picasso 1881-1973. Exposició Antològica Authors: Ana Beristain, Rosa M. Subirana, José Milicua, Alicia Suárez, Álvaro Martínez-Novillo, M. Teresa Llorens Publication year: 1981 Pages: 443 Languages: Spanish, Catalan Publisher: Ajuntament de Barcelona / Ministerio de Cultura ISBN: 84-7483-206-3 OUT OF PRINT
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  • Year : 1981 Pages: 443 Languages ​​: Spanish - Catalan Editor : City of Barcelona ISBN: 84-7483-206-3 SOLD
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