Faunes et Nymphes de Pablo Picasso – André Verdet


Editions Pierre Cailler,1952 Softcover, 19 x 14 cm 37 pages, b/w photographs French text Good overall conditions

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In the early 1950s, Pablo Picasso opened his workshop in an old distillery in Vallauris, the town of potters. His neighbour was Robert Picault, a potter, photographer and filmmaker, who became a witness to Picasso’s multifaceted activity: their friendship resulted in numerous ceramic works, as well as many photographs. A series of these represents a world of gods, fauns, nymphs, centaurs, which took shape in the hands of the artist. With text by Verdet and images by Picault, this book casts a poetic light on a little-known facet of Picasso’s artistic output.

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