Pablo Picasso
Works on Paper 1945 - 1973
Fall 2004
Cover Image: Fauns and a Goat, 1959, Linocut

Vénus et l'Amour, d'après Cranach, 1949
Venus and Cupid, after Cranach
Aquatint on Rives paper: edition of 50

Françoise sur fond gris, (2nd state), November 19, 1950
Françoise on a Gray Background
Lithograph: edition of 50

Jacqueline de profil à droite, 1958
Jacqueline, Seen from the Right
Lithograph on Arches paper: edition of 50

Femme à la source, 1962
Woman at a Spring
Linocut: edition of 50

Tête de femme, June 3, 1962
Head of a Woman (Study for Chicago Sculpture)
Pencil drawing

Le peintre et son modèle, February 5, 1967
Painter and model
Colored crayons and pencil drawing

Nu, August 11, 1969
Pencil and pastel

Modèle et arlequin, June 20, 1970
Model and Harlequin
Colored crayons

Pablo Picasso

Works on Paper 1945 - 1973

September, 2007

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.