Galerie Boisserée

Pablo Picasso - Graphik

Pablo Picasso - Graphik

Pablo Picasso

The exhibition "Pablo Picasso - Graphik" showcases works out of the impressive as well as outstanding graphic oeuvre of Pablo Picasso. On display are lithographies, lino cuts and etchings. It is always a pleasure to discover the manifold ways of expression the artist has used. His motifs do origin from various sources which reach from archaic forms of art or antique mythology. The beholder encounters motifs from fauns making music, nudes, the Spanish bullfighting and classical topics like "painter and model" or "mother with children". This viewing rooms gives a first glance in our exhibtion which is to see in our Cologne based gallery until January 2021.

Image Credit:

Pablo Picasso, Le déjeuner sur l'herbe, d'après Manet. I, lino cut, 62 x 75,2 cm, 1962/1963, Credit: Galerie Boisserée, Cologne and VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn

Pablo Picasso

Grand nu de femme

04.03.1962/1963

75,2 x 62 cm

lino cut

Bloch 1085

9 EvB- Artwork 9 (Gachet) (Portraits) -

Pablo Picasso

Faune aux branchages

10.03.1948

76,5 x 56,5 cm

lithography

Bloch 520

9 EvB- Artwork 9 (Gachet) (Portraits) -

Pablo Picasso, Minotaure aveugle guidé une fillette, I, etching, 38,5 x 50,5 cm, 1934/1939, Credit: Galerie Boisserée, Cologne and VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn

Pablo Picasso

Femme au chignon

28.12.1957

65,5 x 50,5 cm

lithography

Bloch 853

9 EvB- Artwork 9 (Gachet) (Portraits) -

Pablo Picasso

Françoise

14.06.1946

65,5 x 50 cm

lithography

Bloch 400

9 EvB- Artwork 9 (Gachet) (Portraits) -

Pablo Picasso, Minotaure aveugle guidé une fillette, II, etching, 38,7 x 50,5 cm, 1934, Credit: Galerie Boisserée, Cologne and VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn

Pablo Picasso

Le déjeuner sur l'herbe, d'après Manet. I

13.03.1962/1963

62 x 75,2 cm

lino cut

Bloch 1027

9 EvB- Artwork 9 (Gachet) (Portraits) -

Pablo Picasso

Deux femmes

27.09.1959/1960

62 x 75,2 cm

lino cut

Bloch 915

9 EvB- Artwork 9 (Gachet) (Portraits) -

Pablo Picasso, Minotaure aveugle guidé une fillette, III, etching, 38,6 x 50,3 cm, 1934, Credit: Galerie Boisserée, Cologne and VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn

9 EvB- Artwork 9 (Gachet) (Portraits) -

Trois femmes

Pablo Picasso

18.01.1938

47 x 37,2 cm

etching

Bloch 303

Pablo Picasso

Buste de profil

11.01.1958

66 x 50,5 cm

lithography

Bloch 845

9 EvB- Artwork 9 (Gachet) (Portraits) -
9 EvB- Artwork 9 (Gachet) (Portraits) -

Pablo Picasso

Faune musicien no. 5

10.03.1948

76,6 x 56,5 cm

lithography

Bloch 523

Pablo Picasso

Bacchanale au taureau

11.1959

62 x 75,1 cm

lino cut

Bloch 933

9 EvB- Artwork 9 (Gachet) (Portraits) -

Pablo Picasso (Málaga 1881–1973 Mougins) has been described as a ‘magician of the art of printmaking’. This term not only encompasses the unbridled creativity that he developed in this field – and in so many others – it also refres to his elementary and always surprising formal language, his technical mastery, his craftsmanship and his boundless joy of experimentation. The vital power of his graphic work makes comparisons with Rembrandt and Goya necessary, two role models who the artist expressly references in his own work.

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