Picasso, Pablo

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Three Nude Women and a Bowl of Anemones, plate 67 from the Suite Vollard
Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881-1973)
printed by Roger Lacourière (French, 1892-1966)
published by Ambroise Vollard (French, 1867-1939)
Three Nude Women and a Bowl of Anemones, plate 67 from the Suite Vollard, April 6, 1933, printed 1939
Thinking Sculptor, Model with Black Hair, and Bowl with Three Anemones, plate 68 from the Suite Vollard
Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881-1973)
printed by Roger Lacourière (French, 1892-1966)
published by Ambroise Vollard (French, 1867-1939)
Thinking Sculptor, Model with Black Hair, and Bowl with Three Anemones, plate 68 from the Suite Vollard, April 7, 1933, printed 1939
Paloma and Her Doll on a Black Background
Pablo Picasso
Spanish, 1881-1973
Paloma and Her Doll on a Black Background, December 14, 1952
Head of a Woman
Pablo Picasso
Spanish, 1881-1973
Head of a Woman, spring 1909
The Watering Hole, from The Saltimbanques
Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881-1973)
printed by Louis Fort (French, 19th-20th century)
published by Ambroise Vollard (French, 1867-1939)
The Watering Hole, from The Saltimbanques, spring 1906, printed and published 1913
Faun Musician No. 5
Pablo Picasso
Spanish, 1881-1973
Faun Musician No. 5, March 10, 1948
Venus and Cupid, after Cranach
Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881-1973)
printed by Piero Crommelynck (French, born Italy, 1934-2001)
published by Galerie Louis Leiris
Venus and Cupid, after Cranach, May 30, 1949, printed 1975/77, published 1979
Figure
Pablo Picasso
Spanish, 1881-1973
Figure, November 21, 1948
Pensive Boy Watching a Sleeping Woman by Candlelight, plate 26 from the Suite Vollard
Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881-1973)
printed by Roger Lacourière (French, 1892-1966)
published by Ambroise Vollard (French, 1867-1939)
Pensive Boy Watching a Sleeping Woman by Candlelight, plate 26 from the Suite Vollard, November 18, 1934, printed and published 1939
The Studio
Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881-1973)
printed by Louis Fort (French, 19th-20th century)
published by Ambroise Vollard (French, 1867-1939)
The Studio, 1927
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