Sabartes in his introduction and Boeck in his critical analysis of the major portions of Picasso's work have made an...

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PABLO PICASSO

Sabartes in his introduction and Boeck in his critical analysis of the major portions of Picasso's work have made an impressive memorial to the artist who for many represents the epitome in modern painting. Compared to other books on Picasso, many of which have only dealt with segments of Picasso's work and life, this seems all inclusive. The introductory remarks are based on personal friendship sparked by Sabartes' fascination with a ceaselessly inquisitive and form-seeing mind and the influences that shaped it. The analyses following are an extensive coverage of all forms, ""periods"" and mediums within which Picasso chose and chooses to express himself.

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Publisher: Harry Abrams

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1955