Picasso

Front Cover
Terrail, 1996 - Art - 207 pages
Written in a straightforward style, Ferrier dissects Picasso's art and demonstrates how, beginning with Les Demoiselles d'Avign in 1907 and exploring all subsequent periods, Picasso's genius can be explained by his consistent questioning of what is visible

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Contents

Introduction
9
The Cubist revolution
55
Encounter with Surrealism
87
Copyright

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Ferrier is a Visiting Professor at the Universite de Columbia in Paris, and Honarary Professor at teh Ecole Nationale Superieure des Arts Decoratifs.

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