This stunning exhibition features 17 large linocut prints by Pablo Picasso (1881-1973), on tour for the first time outside the British Museum. Lino cutting was a technique that Picasso explored in the late 1950s and early 1960s and the prints included in this exhibition were made in 1962 when Picasso was 80 years old. This artworks featured will include prints showing the development of two key Picasso prints from that year: ‘Jacqueline Reading’ – depicting his wife and muse - and the ‘Still Life under the Lamp’.This exhibition was developed in partnership with the British Museum, and is supported though the generosity of the Dorset Foundation.
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Cooper Gallery, Church St, Barnsley, South Yorkshire S70 2AH
Tuesday 21 Mar 2017 to Saturday 29 Apr 2017