Picasso 1939-1945: Into the heart of darkness - Exhibition catalogue
"I didn't paint the war, but, there's no doubt that war exists in the paintings I made then. »
A presentation of the artist's works painted in Royan during the war and in Paris during the Occupation. At that time, several themes dominated her work, the female figure through the portrait and the nude, and still life, in this time of scarcity and rationing. With his animal or human skulls, he translates the drama of these dark years with a deaf violence.
320 pages / 265 illustrations
Musée de Grenoble / In Fine éditions d'art Co-publishing