The Galerie Jean-François Cazeau presents the work of the Spanish master signed “Picasso” and dedicated to his friend, the journalist Georges Tabaraud.
At the end of the fifties, Picasso produced a series of paintings of various formats referring to the famous painted work, the Meninas (1656) by Diego Velásquez presented at the Prado Museum in Madrid. A famous model that Picasso studied for several months, subjecting each line to the rigorous laws of geometry, dissociating the forms, varying the colors, a process similar to that which presided over the invention of Cubism. Picasso concentrated part of his work on the variation of the Infanta, of which he made the central character. A particular series in which Picasso pays tribute to his master symbolizing Spain and its artistic greatness of the Golden Age.
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