Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) was one of the most innovative, experimental, prolific, influential and controversial painters of the 20th century.
His legendary life and career spanned almost a century, of which we can say that he was the absolute protagonist. From the well-known blue and pink periods, to the rupture that the cubism supposed, Picasso realizes, in less than a decade, what other artists do not achieve throughout his career.
In addition to a brief introduction, an analysis of the stylistic characteristics of the artist is carried out throughout his career, which is completed with the individualized commentary of each of the more than 60 works that are reproduced.
Modern Masters is a complete series of monographs on key artists for the study of art since the late nineteenth century.
Undoubtedly, this collection constitutes a source of essential consultation for all art lovers.