Works By Pablo Picasso On Display At Martin Lawrence Gallery

NEW ORLEANS – A special exhibit of works of Pablo Picasso from the 1930s, 50s and 60s will be on display Saturday, February 27, through Saturday, March 5, 2016, at the Martin Lawrence Gallery, 433 Royal St., between Conti and St. Louis Streets, from 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. daily.

         Born in Malaga, Spain, Picasso is probably the most famous artist of the twentieth century. During his artistic career, which lasted more than 75 years, he created thousands of works, not only paintings but also sculptures, prints and ceramics, using all kinds of materials.

         Some art historians say Picasso almost single-handedly created modern art and changed art more profoundly than any other artist of the century.

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         First famous for his pioneering role in Cubism, Picasso continued to develop his art with a pace and vitality comparable to the accelerated technological and cultural changes of the twentieth century. Each change embodied a radical new idea, and it might be said that Picasso lived several artistic lifetimes

         Celebrating 40 years of Fine Art on Royal Street, Martin Lawrence Galleries offers a vast inventory of works from the rare to the sublime including paintings, etchings and linocuts by Andy Warhol, Picasso, Erte, the father of Art Deco, Joan Miro, Liudmila Kondakova, Robert Deyber, Philippe Bertho, Felix Mas, Kerry Hallam, Francois Fressnier, Douglas Hofmann, Takashi Murakami, Rene Lalonde, Mark Kostabi and Ali Golkar.

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Picasso’s "Les Banderilles," 1959 – Linoleum Cut – 21 X 25 inches



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