Join art historian Susan Olds at for a slide presentation on Picasso’s life and art at the following KCLS libraries:
|Oct 27||Mercer Island Library |
7:00-8:45 (more info)
|Nov 10||Sammamish Library |
7:00-9:00 (more info)
Beginning with the artist’s early years in Paris, the lecture covers Picasso’s Blue Period, Rose Period, and Classical Period; the development of Analytical and Synthetic Cubism; Picasso’s 1930s experimentation with Surrealism, his playful ceramics and bronzes of the 1950s, and the artist’s passionate, life-long pursuit of abstraction.
To the right is Piscasso's portrait of Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler, which was painted in 1910.
To the left is a portrait of the Russian composer, Igor Stravinsky, which was drawn in 1920.