In this new issue of Ojo, you will discover Picasso’s final works. Between December 31, 1970 and February 4, 1971, the artist produced a series of fifty-seven drawings, which he then donated to the Musée Réattu—and specifically to his friend Jean-Maurice Rouquette, who had been appointed as director of the museum on October 1, 1956.
In addition, you will learn about the Louvre’s intentions in its quest to celebrate the painter with the recently-closed oeuvre-affiche exhibition.
All in all, you will be able to follow the latest news related to the artist and also discover his sculpture masterpieces, which we hope you will be tempted to visit at the Musée Picasso in Paris.

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