Pablo Picasso


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    New York
    Pablo Picasso: Celebrating the Muse: Women in Picasso’s Prints from 1905-1968
    Mar 23 2010 - May 08 2010
    Press Release
    Over 200 prints by Pablo Picasso in a variety of print-making techniques - etching, drypoint, linocut and lithography – that explore the theme of woman as muse in these media. Marlborough’s exhibition is the first comprehensive overview of this subject as specifically depicted in Picasso’s graphic oeuvre. The show will feature works spanning his entire career from his first print, Le Repas frugal, 1905, to selections from the tour-de-force of his late period, the Suite 347 of 1968.

    A 192 page fully illustrated catalogue is available for purchase. The catalogue features an essay by Marilyn McCully, a detailed chronology of Picasso's printmaking, and a comprehensive checklist of all 205 works in the exhibition. E-mail us at for more information or to order a copy.

    Marilyn McCully taught art history at Princeton University, 1974-81, and since then has worked in London as an independent scholar and editor. She has organized exhibitions in Princeton, Washington and New York, London, Ferrara, Málaga, Istanbul, Auckland and Japan. Current projects include Picasso exhibitions for the Frick Collection, New York, and the National Gallery, Washington (2011), and for the Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, in collaboration with the Museu Picasso, Barcelona (also 2011).

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    New York
    April 12th Benefit for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation in Conjunction with Celebrating the Muse
    Mar 23 2010 - May 01 2010
    Press Release
    The Directors of Marlborough Gallery & Evelyn and Leonard Lauder invite you to a special viewing of Celebrating the Muse: Women in Picasso's Prints 1905-1968, to benefit The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

    Monday, April 12, 2010
    6-8 pm

    Marlborough Gallery
    40 West 57th Street

    Cocktails and hors d'oeuvres

    To purchase tickets online, please click here