Picasso 1926-1939: From Minotaur to Guernica




      Picasso 1926-1939: From Minotaur to Guernica
Picasso 1926 1939 From Minotaur to Guernica focuses on a key phase of transition in Picasso s art, from his numerous depictions of the Minotaur myth in the late 1920s and early 1930s to his majestic and tragic 1937 masterpiece, Guernica The Minotaur, contained in a labyrinth where it was fed Athenian youths, serves in part as a metaphor for destructive bestial drives under containment, but in Picasso s works on the theme, the Minotaur is set free into the world, where it frequently finds itself stumbling and dumbstruck This expression of destructive drives finally culminates in the terrible aerial bombing recorded in Guernica From Minotaur to Guernica is authored by Catalan poet Josep Palau i Fabre 1917 2008 , one of the artist s earliest admirers and experts, who has made several close analyses of other phases in Picasso s prolific career The volume is housed in a printed slipcase. Read Picasso 1926-1939: From Minotaur to Guernica by Josep Palau i Fabre – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Hardcover
  • 512 pages
  • Picasso 1926-1939: From Minotaur to Guernica
  • Josep Palau i Fabre
  • English
  • 01 September 2019
  • 8434312735

7 thoughts on “ Picasso 1926-1939: From Minotaur to Guernica

  1. Arnoldo Garcia says:

    In Picasso 1926 1939 from Minotaur to Guernica, Josep Palau I Fabre tracked and linked Picasso s daily output of paintings, drawings, etchings, scultpture, collages, poems and other artwork reflecting, almost a chronology of his intimate, private and at times public life A Herculean task, Palau provides incredible insight into the creative dynamics and cultural process that is named Picasso Covering approximately 12 years of Picasso s life and work, Palau documents over 1300 pieces of art In Picasso 1926 1939 from Minotaur to Guernica, Josep Palau I Fabre tracked and linked Picasso s daily output of paintings, drawings, etchings, scultpture, collages, poems and other artwork reflecting, almost a chronology of his intimate, private and at times public life A Herculean task, Palau provides incredible insight into the creative dynamics and cultural process that is named Picasso Covering approximately 12 years of Picasso s life and work, Palau documents over 1300 pieces of art produced by Picasso From the monumental piece Guernica, including dozens of preparatory pieces that are masterpieces in and of themselves, to pencil drawings on pieces ...

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