Pablo Picasso (1881 - 1973)

Spanish painter, sculptor, printmaker, and ceramicist mostly active in France


Books on Pablo Picasso
 Ileana Parvu
La peinture en visite, Les constructions cubistes de Picasso
Bern; New York, 2007

 William H. Robinson, Jordi Falgŕs, and Carmen Belen Lord
Barcelona and modernity, Picasso, Gaudi, Miró, Dali
[Cleveland, OH], 2006

 Elizabeth Cowling
Visiting Picasso, The notebooks and letters of Roland Penrose
New York, N.Y., 2006

 Christopher Green
Picasso, Architecture and vertigo
New Haven, 2005

 Jeffrey Weiss, Valerie J. Fletcher, Kathryn A. Tuma
Picasso, The cubist portraits of Fernande Olivier
Washington D.C., Princeton, N.J., 2003

 Pepe Karmel
Picasso and the invention of Cubism
New Haven, 2003

 Elizabeth Cowling
Picasso, Style and meaning
London, New York, NY, 2002

 Jan van Adrichem
De ontvangst van de moderne kunst in Nederland, 1910-2000, Picasso als pars pro toto
Amsterdam, 2001

 Natasha Staller
A sum of destructions, Picasso's cultures & the creation of Cubism
New Haven, 2001

 Gertje R. Utley
Picasso, The Communist years
New Haven, 2000

 Elizabeth Cowling and Jennifer Mundy
On Classic Ground, Picasso, Léger, de Chirico and the New Classicism 1910 - 1930
London, 1990

 William Rubin
Picasso and Braque, Pioneering Cubism
New York, NY, 1989

 Patricia Leighten
Re-Ordering the Universe, Picasso and Anarchism, 1897-1914
Princeton, NJ, 1989
Books with substantial mentioning of Pablo Picasso
 Rudolf Koella und Felix Billeter
Verborgene Meisterwerke, R. & H. Batliner Art Foundation Vaduz
Wien, 2005
 

 Joann Cerrito (ed.)
Contemporary Artists
New York, [..], 1996
 

 Emily Braun
The Hillman Family Collection, Manet to Matisse
New York; Seattle and London, 1994
 

 Lothar Romain, Detlef Bluemler (eds.)
Künstler, Kritisches Lexikon der Gegenwartskunst
München, 1988-
 
Catalogues with an entry on Pablo Picasso
 Emily Braun
The Hillman Family Collection, Manet to Matisse
New York; Seattle and London, 1994
 
Articles on Pablo Picasso
Elizabeth Cowling, What the wallpapers say: Picasso's papiers collés of 1912-14, in Burlington Magazine, 155, 2013 pp. 594-601
 
Genoveva Tusell Garcia, Picasso, a political enemy of Francoist Spain, in Burlington Magazine, 155, 2013 pp. 167-172
 
Lewis Kachur, Picasso's Drawings, 1890-1921, New York and Washington, in Burlington Magazine, 154, 2012 pp. 148-149
 
Gertje R. Utley, Letter, Picasso's politics, in Burlington Magazine, 152, 2010 pp. 616
 
Joan P. Uraneck, Picasso and the sight-size technique, in Burlington Magazine, 151, 2009 pp. 321
 
Ariel Dorfman, Picasso's Closet, in Art Bulletin, 91, 2009 pp. 6-29
 
Pepe Karmel, Response: Suffering Machine: Ariel Dorfman and Picasso, in Art Bulletin, 91, 2009 pp. 30-34
 
Patricia Leighten, Response: Artists in Times of War, in Art Bulletin, 91, 2009 pp. 35-44
 
Mieke Bal, Response: Ariel Dorfman's Quest for Responsibility, in Art Bulletin, 91, 2009 pp. 44-50
 
Ariel Dorfman, The Author Replies: Our Black-and-White Catastrophe, in Art Bulletin, 91, 2009 pp. 51-58
 
John Elderfield, Picasso's Extreme Cézanne, in Joseph J. Rishel and Katherine Sachs (eds.), Cézanne and Beyond, Philadelphia; New Haven and London, 2009, pp 207-225
 
Annabelle Ténčze, Marie-Christine Enshaďan and Emmanuelle Hincelin, First Steps toward a Study of Papers and Watermarks in the Drawings of Picasso, in Master Drawings, 47, 2009 pp. 17-52
 
Jackie Heuman, A technical study of Picasso's construction 'Still life' (1914), in Burlington Magazine, 150, 2008 pp. 749-754
 
David Ekserdjian, Picasso's first drawing and its source, in Burlington Magazine, 150, 2008 pp. 825
 
Joan Uraneck, Picasso's 'Academic study of a cast of a classical sculpture' (1893-94) and the sight-size technique, in Burlington Magazine, 150, 2008 pp. 826-828
 
Marilyn McCully, Picasso in the 'Burlington': his first English review, in Burlington Magazine, 150, 2008 pp. 829
 
James Beechey, Picasso in London, in Burlington Magazine, 149, 2007 pp. 42
 
Susan Greenberg, A Picasso drawing at Yale, courtesy of Marcel Duchamp, in Burlington Magazine, 148, 2006 pp. 201-202
 
James Beechey and Richard Shone, Picasso in London, 1919: the premičre of 'The Three-Cornered Hat', in Burlington Magazine, 148, 2006 pp. 666-679
 
Christopher Green, Anthony Blunt's Picasso, in Burlington Magazine, 147, 2005 pp. 26-33
 
Laurence Madeline, Picasso and the Calvet affair of 1930, in Burlington Magazine, 147, 2005 pp. 316-323
 
Joan P. Uraneck, Picasso's 'Two views of a left eye' of 1892-93: a recent discovery, in Burlington Magazine, 145, 2003 pp. 585-587
 
Kathleen Brunner, 'Guernica': the apocalypse of representation, in Burlington Magazine, 143, 2001 pp. 80-85
 
Peter Lodermeyer, Kunst als mythopoetische Bastelei. Eine Interpretation von Picassos Plastik "Frau mit Kinderwagen" (1950), in Roland Krischel (ed.), Wallraf-Richartz-Jahrbuch, Köln, 2000, pp 291-305
 
Lucy Belloli, The Evolution of Picasso's Portrait of Gertrude Stein, in Burlington Magazine, 141, 1999 pp. 12-18
 
Robert S. Lubar, Unmasking Pablo's Gertrude: Queer Desire and the Subject of Portraiture, in Art Bulletin, 79, 1997 pp. 57-84
 
Kirsten H. Powell, 'La Drôle de guerre': Picasso's 'Femme nue se coiffant' and the 'Phony War' in France, in Burlington Magazine, 138, 1996 pp. 235-245  read online
 
Anna C. Chave, New Encounters with Les Demoiselles d'Avignon: Gender, Race, and the Origins of Cubism, in Art Bulletin, 76, 1994 pp. 597-611
 
Jan van Adrichem, Collectors of modern art in Holland: Picasso as pars pro toto, 1920-40, in Simiolus, 22, 1993/1994 pp. 148-198
 
Thesy Teplitzky, Picasso in Rembrandt-Maske. Überlegungen zu "Buste d'Homme au Chapeau (Bildnis eines Mannes mit Hut)" im Museum Ludwig in Köln, in Frank Günter Zehnder (ed.), Wallraf-Richartz-Jahrbuch, Köln, 1993, pp 393-396
 
Jan van Adrichem, The introduction of modern art in Holland, Picasso as pars pro toto, 1910-30, in Simiolus, 21, 1992 pp. 162-211
 
Timothy Anglin Burgard, Picasso and Appropriation, in Art Bulletin, 73, 1991 pp. 479-494
 
Nina Corazzo, Picasso's 'Night fishing at Antibes', a new source, in Burlington Magazine, 132, 1990 pp. 99-101
 
Patricia Leighten, The White Peril and L'Art nčgre: Picasso, Primitivism, and Anticolonialism, in Art Bulletin, 72, 1990 pp. 609-630
 
Marilyn McCully and Michael Raeburn, Picasso's Politics in Barcelona, in Art Bulletin, 69, 1987 pp. 133-134
 
Patricia Leighten, Reply, in Art Bulletin, 69, 1987 pp. 134-136
 
Timothy Anglin Burgard, Picasso's Night Fishing at Antibes: Autobiography, Apocalypse, and the Spanish Civil War, in Art Bulletin, 68, 1986 pp. 657-672  read online
 
Patricia Leighten, Picasso's Collages and the Threat of War, 1912-13, in Art Bulletin, 67, 1985 pp. 653-672  read online
 
William Rubin, From Narrative to "Iconic" in Picasso: The Buried Allegory in Bread and Fruitdish on a Table and the Role of Les Demoiselles d'Avignon, in Art Bulletin, 65, 1983 pp. 615-649  read online
 
Mark Rosenthal, Picasso's Night Fishing at Antibes: A Meditation on Death, in Art Bulletin, 65, 1983 pp. 649-658  read online
 
Paul Hayes Tucker, Picasso, Photography, and the Development of Cubism, in Art Bulletin, 64, 1982 pp. 288-299  read online
 
Max Imdahl, Cézanne-Braque-Picasso. Zum Verhältnis zwischen Bildautonomie und Gegenstandssehen, in Gert von der Osten (ed.), Wallraf-Richartz-Jahrbuch, Köln, 1974, pp 325-365
 
Articles with substantial mentioning of Pablo Picasso
Anna Gruetzner Robins, 'Manet and the Post-Impressionists': a checklist of exhibits, in Burlington Magazine, 152, 2010 pp. 782-793
 
Pablo Ruiz y Picasso
Born:   October 25, 1881
   Malaga, Spain
Died:   April 8, 1973
   Mougins (Alpes-Maritimes), France
ULAN:   500009666
VIAF:   15873