A heavy-duty, eye-opening monograph on Picasso’s incredible (though largely neglected) ceramic works. Prepared with the personal collaboration with Picasso himself, the pieces were photographed in his own home where the author was able to observe Picasso at work. Can you imagine? As to be expected, his output was so ginormous we’d have to invent another word for ‘prolific’. From plates to pots, jugs, human figures, animal sculptures and everything in between, this book is a real treasure trove of an outrageously overlooked oeuvre!
Publication date: 1974
Publisher: Chartwell Books
Description: Hardcover with dust jacket. Dust jacket is not in the best condition, but still largely intact. 292p.