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Picasso and the Ballet

This week Tate Britain’s Duveen Galleries have been buzzing with life as English National Ballet have been warming up ...

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Picasso, Matisse and me

In 1946 the young French artist Françoise Gilot met Pablo Picasso, a relationship that lasted until 1954 and produced two ...

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I do not seek Picasso, I find...

An artist who has long been associated with his neo-Romantic painterly eulogies to the English and Welsh landscape, Graham Sutherland ...

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Have you ever wondered what Picasso was like?

One of the aims of Picasso and Modern British Art has been to think about Picasso's relationships with British ...

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Two masters, one friendship: the story of Matisse and Picasso

This week Flavia Frigeri, assistant curator of our Matisse cut-outs exhibition, takes a closer look at the honest friendship and ...

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Picasso and Modern British Art: How Britain received the 'towering genius of modern art'

If you were to ask me what the best thing about my job is, I would definitely say it's ...

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Work of the week: Bottle of Vieux Marc, Glass, Guitar and Newspaper by Pablo Picasso

This week we celebrate the life of the prolific painter, sculptor, etcher, lithographer, ceramist and designer, who has had an ...
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Papier collé

French term which translates as pasted paper, papier collé is a specific form of collage that is closer to drawing ...

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Work of the Week: Pablo Picasso's Weeping Woman

This week's work is  Pablo Picasso's Weeping Woman, painted in 1937. 

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An A–Z of Paul Klee: R is for Reputation

In this week's instalment of our curator's A–Z series, Matthew Gale looks at how Paul Klee was ...

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A Technical Study of Picasso's Construction Still Life 1914

This paper explores Picasso’s approach to sculptural materials during the cubist years through a close examination of his 1914 ...

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Large legacy of the little Spaniard

It is well known that Pablo Picasso initiated many important developments of twentieth-century art, but we know less about his ...

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'The Reaper': Miró's Civil War protest

In 1937 Miró created a 5.5 metre high anti-war mural called The Reaper for the 1937 Paris World Fair ...

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Work of the week: Nude Woman with Necklace

This week marks Picasso's birthday. Art critic Louisa Buck reflects on Picasso's Nude Woman with Necklace, on display ...

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Cubism

Cubism was a revolutionary new approach to representing reality invented in around 1907–08 by artists Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque ...

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Constructivism

Constructivism was a particularly austere branch of abstract art founded by Vladimir Tatlin and Alexander Rodchenko in Russia around 1915

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Synthetic cubism

Synthetic cubism is the later phase of cubism, generally considered to run from about 1912 to 1914, characterised by simpler ...

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Lichtenstein: Art about art

Curator Iria Candela talks about Lichtenstein's re-creation of other artists of the past such as Picasso, Matisse and Mondrian ...
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Peace and the politics of freedom

He was a member of the Communist Party and a tireless political activist and campaigner for peace in the post-war ...

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Narrative

Narrative art is art that tells a story

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