Picasso Ceramics

      Did you know  Picasso created more than paintings and drawings? In his later years he discovered ceramics during a trip to Vallauris, France which inspired a whole new chapter in his career

 

The face of a feminine muse seen above makes many appearances in Picasso's ceramics which captures his second wife, Jacqueline, standing in his studio. The couple married in Vallauris in 1961 and remained together until his death in 1973

 

The ceramics Picasso produced during this period of time are to be found in some of the most noteworthy private and museum collections around the world. One of the largest museum collections of Picasso ceramics on display anywhere in the world is located at the Park West Museum in  southeastern Michigan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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