Picasso at LACMA

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Picasso and his Printers

Los Angeles County Museum of Art
23 July – 27 November 2016

The stimulus Picasso received from his printers was critical to his exploration of his graphic art and this exhibition, largely drawn from LACMA’s collections, covers seven decades of his career, from his conventional early drypoints to the radical approach to etching of the 1930s when he began his close association with Roger Lacourière and his later innovative collaborations with Fernand Mourlot for lithography and Hidalgo Arnéra for linocut printing.

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