Pablo Picasso (1881–1973) made some 2,400 etchings, lithographs, and linoleum cuts over his long career. Each time he adopted one of these new techniques, he found a renewed sense of energy and the opportunity to expand his creativity. This site presents a wide range of Picasso’s prints, providing a window into his work overall and illuminating his approach to this distinctive medium.
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