Pablo Picasso
Works on Paper
December 2004
Cover Image: Nu avec deux Personnages, July 2, 1967, Ink wash on paper

Nature morte à la bouteille de marc, 1911-1912
Still Life with Bottle of Marc

Étude pour "Les trois Musiciens" (Le Guéridon blanc), August 29, 1920
Study for "Three Musicians" (The White Table)

Modèle et Grande Sculpture de dos, May 4th, 1933
Model and Large Sculpture Seen from Behind
Etching on Montval laid paper: edition of 300

Figure, November 21, 1948
edition on Arches paper of 50 numbered plus 5 artists proofs

Hommage à Bacchus, 1960
Tribute to Bacchus

Baigneuse et figure mystérieuse, June 4, 1961
Bather and Mysterious Figure
Pencil drawing

Tête de Faune, February 7, 1962
Head of a Faun
Linocut in colors: edition of 50

Le Sculpteur, 1965
The Sculptor
Aquatint with drypoint: edition of 50

Nu avec deux Personnages, July 2, 1967
Nude with Two Figures
Ink wash on paper

16-20 mars 1968, 1968
March 16-20, 1968
Etching: edition of 50
Plate no. 1 of the 347 Series

Le théatre de Picasso: Eros et les femmes, 1970
Picasso’s Theater: Eros and Women
Etching and scraper: edition of 65

Pablo Picasso

Works on Paper

December, 2004

This exhibition explored the many different media and techniques of Pablo Picasso. He drew constantly; in pencil, pen, ink, pastel and watercolor. Some of these works are very complete studies, others are doodles or sketches worked out on café tables. This exhibition also includes his works in intaglio; countless prints produced over a lifetime. This wealth of work examines the broad historical perspectives and artistic importance of Picasso's achievements in the medium of printmaking.