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List of Picasso artworks 1971–73

This is a partial list of artworks by Pablo Picasso produced from 1971-1973. Picasso celebrated his ninetieth birthday in 1971, and remained productive until his death two years later.

1970
  • Picasso's Suite 156 (156 series) of 156 etchings was completed shortly before his death, having been begun in 1970.[1]
1971
  • At Work (Oil on canvas, 161.9 x 130.2 cm, MoMA) [2]
  • Galerie Louise Leiris, Picasso (Lithograph, 75.8 x 50.2 cm, MoMA) [3]
  • Monument (Cor-Ten steel, (395.3 x 149.2 x 319.3 cm) including base, MoMA) [4]
  • Pirosmanachvili à son chevalet from Pirosmanachvili 1914 (Drypoint, plate: 16 x 10 cm, MoMA) [5]
  • Four Characters or The Conversation (Pencil, ink, gouache and marker on paper, 32.5 x 50 cm, Museu Picasso) [6]
  • Tête d'homme (Brush, ink and gouache on card, 28 x 21.7 cm)

References

  1. ^ Etching: 11, 28 February 1970 3, 16, 30 March 1970 (L.13)', Pablo Picasso"'".  
  2. ^ At Work', Pablo Picasso"'".  
  3. ^ Galerie Louise Leiris, Picasso', Pablo Picasso"'". Museum of Modern Art. Retrieved 2012-05-20. 
  4. ^ "Monument, Pablo Picasso". Museum of Modern Art. Retrieved 2012-05-20. 
  5. ^ "Pirosmanachvili à son chevalet from Pirosmanachvili 1914, Pablo Picasso". Museum of Modern Art. Retrieved 2012-05-20. 
  6. ^ "eMuseumPlus - Quatre personatges o La conversa".  


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