This exhibition brings fresh attention to Pablo Picasso’s brilliantly inventive career as a printmaker. More than 70 works from Dusseldorf’s Museum Kunstpalast reveal Picasso’s remarkable ability to explore different media and creative techniques, offering a glimpse into the artist’s intimate and passionate domestic relationships. Picasso regarded printmaking as every inch an important art form as painting. So much so that he created over 2000 prints during his lifetime. He received no formal training in the craft, but acquired great skill on his own volition and under the tutelage of others. Read more.
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