Picasso: Breaking the Rules of Art

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Barron's, 1997 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 30 pages
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Each of these handsomely illustrated magazine-format books focuses on one great artist, explains how his work spoke to his era, and how it fits into the larger tradition of Western painting and sculpture.

One of the great innovators of all time, the Spaniard Picasso and his circle of artistic friends dominated twentieth-century painting and sculpture. Here are examples from his cubist, surrealist, and other major movements.

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David Spence is Head of Training and Information, European Commission, Brussels.

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