"No artist enjoys greater popularity than Pablo Picasso, and no other artist has been exhibited more often or studied so intensely. Yet there is still uncharted territory on the map of his opulent oeuvre: the subject of bathers and beach scenes that fascinated Picasso throughout his life." "This subject, so close to the heart of the century's leading artist, is illuminated in this illustrated volume featuring color reproductions of some 130 works from all of Picasso's creative periods. Comparable works by artists known to have inspired Picasso - among them Cezanne, Matisse, Honoir, Deram, Braque, Leger, and Miro - complete this unprecedented panorama."--BOOK JACKET.
"Diese Publikation erscheint anla sslich der Ausstellung ... Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, 18. Juni bis 16. Oktober 2005"--Colophon.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 234-240)
Foreword / Christian Von Holst
"Suspended motion" : Picasso's bathers / Ina Conzen
Elective affinities : bathers in Picasso and Cezanne / Guido Messling
Picasso's bathers and the history of the bathing theme / Anke Spotter
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