Picasso and Printmaking in Paris - Stephen Coppel (Commentary)

Picasso and Printmaking in Paris - Stephen Coppel (Commentary)

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By 1904, the year when Picasso finally left Barcelona and settled in Paris, the French capital had become the undisputed art center of the world. Printmaking was an integral part of the creative upheaval centered in the School of Paris, and the overarching figure there was Picasso. This book outlines the creative diversity that was a part of Paris printmaking, including not only the work of Picasso but also of Miró, Magnelli, Fautrier, Hartung, Soulanges and Dubuffet. Important, too, were the city's skilled printers and unmatched technical facilities for printmaking. Informative commentaries accompany each of the sixty illustrations in the book.

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