Picasso, Pablo Ruiz

Picasso, Pablo Ruiz
(10/31/1881 Malaga-4/8/ 1973) (Spain / France); aka [birth name] Ruiz y Picasso, Pablo
   Painter, graphic artist, sculptor, ceramicist, stage set designer, and poet. One of the most important figures of Modernism, developer of Cubism, he worked in a progression of styles throughout his long career. Trained by his artist father, briefly studied at the Academy of the Arts in Madrid, at 15 he attended art school in Barcelona. He was a prolific creator of artworks in many media. During several periods in his life he produced a considerable number of erotic images. Perhaps more has been written about and more exhibitions have been held featuring his erotica, than any other single artist.
   Reproductions: 347 Series—\#31 and \#29; 1968; etching; Philips, 1979: figs. 257, 258 . Accouplements; 1933; drawing; Neret, 2000: pp. 538-39 [B]. Angel Fernandez de Soto with a woman; c1902-03; watercolor and ink; Neret, 1993: p. 120 . [Artist and model copulating]; print; Klinger, 1982c: figs. 241-244 [B]. [Artist and model copulating while old man looks on]; 1968; etching; Bentley, 1984: p. 146 [B]. Bull, horse, and sleeping girl; 1934; Lucie-Smith, 1972: p. 257 [B]. [Close-up view of penis entering vagina]; drawing ; Neret, 2000: p. 536 [B]. Clown et femme; lithograph; Philips, 1979: fig. 129 [B]. Couple; 1964: Lucie-Smith, 1997: p. 79 [C]. Couple; 1970-71; oil; Neret, 2000: p. 534 [C]. Couple au lit; etching; Wanna, 1979: p. 303 [B] / Philips, 1979: fig. 253 [B]. [Couple copulating]; 1963; lithograph; Kronhausen, 1970c: p. 45 [B]. Couple in coitus; 1964; Neret, 2000: p. 23 [C]. Coupling; 1933; Erotic drawings, 2004: pp. 187, 189 [B]. Dancing nymph and satyr; 1968; lithograph; Smith, 1974: 139 [B]. [Drawing]; 1927; Lucie-Smith, 1972: p. 158 [B]. Embrace; 1903; oil; Hurwood, 1975: p. 194 [B] / Smith, 1974: 83 [B] / Brusendorff, 1960b: p. 111 [B] / Lucie-Smith, 1972: p. 153 [B]. [Erotic engravings]; 1968-72; Neret, 2000: pp. 558-84 [B]. Erotic scene; 1971; Erotic drawings, 2004: pp. 243, 245 [C]. Etreinte IV; 1963; Wallace 2007: p. 172 [B]. Etreinte III; 1963; Wallace 2007: p. 172 [B]. Etreinte II; 1963; Wallace 2007: p. 172 [B]. Femmes nues a la fleur; 1971; Lucie-Smith, 1997: p. 122 [C]. Figures in pink; 1905; Lucie-Smith, 1972: p. 147 [B]. [Four ceramics]; 1962; Lucie-Smith, 1972: p. 156 [C]. Frenzy; 1900; pastel; Neret 1993: p. 116 [C]. Isidro Nonell and a female figure ; ink and wa- tercolor; 1901-02; Smith, 1980: p. 21 [C]. L'Etreinte; 1969; oil; Neret, 2000: p. 535 [C]. La Douleur [fellatio scene]; 1903; Wallace 2007: p. 173 [C]. Le Baiser; 1969; oil; Olley, 2005: p. 69 [C]. Les Amoureux; 1968; pencil; Olley, 2005: p. 68 [C]. [Lovers]; c1963; lithograph; Kronhausen, 1968: pp. 112, 113 [B] / Brusendorff, 1960b: pp. 108, 109, 113 [B]. Lovers and the cat; 1902; pen and wash; Bentley, 1984: titlepage [C] / Smith, 1980: pp. 108-9 [C]. [Lovers watched by man]; 1968; etching; Kronhausen, 1973: pp. 14-15 [B]. Mackerel; c1902-03; colored ink; Neret, 1993: p. 156 [C]. Man and woman; 1927; etching; Tilly, 1986: titlepage [B]. Man and woman; 1969; Lucie-Smith, 1972: p. 170 [B]. Man with flute; oil; Smith, 1974: pp. 140-41 [C]. Minotaur and nude; 1933; ink; Tilly, 1986: p. 60 [C]. Minotaur watching a sleeping girl; 1933; Lucie-Smith, 1972: p. 176 [B]. Naked man and woman; Melville, 1973: fig. 189 [B]. Nude; 1970; engraving; Neret, 2000: p. 537 [B]. [Nude "girl friends"]; Brusendorff, 1960b: p. 111 [B]. [Nude woman kissing man]; Hill, 1993: frontispiece [C]. Nymph and satyr; 1968; Neret, 1994: p. 641 [B]. O.T.; watercolor; 1903; Sommer, 1981: p. 14. [Orgy of four people]; 1959; etching; Glynn, 1973: p. 46 [B]. Putto threatening kneeling girl with a mask; 1954; Lucie-Smith, 1972: p. 259 [B]. Rape; Bacon, 1969: p. 49 [B] / Melville, 1973: fig. 146 [B]. Raphael and La Fornarina; 1968; etching; Webb, 1975: p. 248 [B] / Erotic drawings, 2004: p. 223 [B]. Raphael et la Fornarina II; Wallace 2007: 1968: p. 174 [C]. Raphael et la Fornarina XV; Wallace 2007: 1968: p. 174 [C]. Raphael et la Fornar- ina XXI; Wallace 2007: 1968: p. 175 [C]. Raphael et la Fornarina XXIII; Wallace 2007: 1968: p. 175 [C]. Raphael le Bienheureux series; [25] etchings; 1968; Gorsen, 1970: p. 1616 [B]. Sketchbook; 1971; Neret, 2000: pp. 540-557, 585-593 [C]. [Two nude women in bed]; 1963; etching; Kronhausen, 1970c: p. 44 [B]. Union (Mars and Venus); 1971; Erotic drawings, 2004: pp. 237, 239, 241 [C]. Un-titled [close-up of vagina]; 1971; pencil; Erotic drawings, 2004: p. 247 [B]. [Voyeur watches artist and woman copulating]; 1968; lithograph; Smith, 1974: 138 [B]. [Woman fellating young man]; 1977; oil; Kronhausen, 1970c: p. 43 [B]. Woman of easy virtue; 1903; Neret, 1994: p. 639 [c]. Woman pissing; 1965; oil; Neret, 1993: p. 159 [C] / Neret, 1994: p. 640 [C]. [Woman struggles with man]; lithograph; Kronhausen, 1970c: 46 [B]. [Woman's genitalia]; Smith, 1974: p. X [B]. Women's sexes; 1971; Neret, 1994: pp. 642-43
   [b]Source: Benezit, vol. 10: pp. 1359-1368; G. Block, Picasso, vol. 4: Catalogue of the printed graphic work 19701972, Supplements 1-2 (Berne: Kornfeld and Klipstein, 1979); Jean Clair and Dupuis-Labbe Dominique, Picasso erotique (New York: Prestel, 2001); DoA vol. 24: pp. 712-30; "Erotica at 87," Time 93 (January 31, 1969): p. 66; Murielle Gagnebin, "Erotique de Picasso," Espirit (France) 1 (1982): pp. 71-76; S.G. Galassi, "Picasso's The lovers of 1919," Arts 56 (February 1982): pp. 76-82; Memory Holloway, "Eroticism, myth and the bullfight: Picasso's Femme Torero I and Corrida," Art Bulletin of Victoria 22 (1982): pp. 42-51; Beatrice Howell, "Death, desire and drawing: Picasso and the creative act as meditation of Eros and Thanatos in 'Suite 347'" (B.A. thesis, Courtauld Institute of Art); Imagenes secreta: Picasso y la estamp erotica Japonesa (Barcelona: Museu Picasso, 2009), 235 p., ill.; Robert Woods Kennedy, "Picasso: a 20th century masque," New Republic 143, 3 (July 18, 1960): pp. 10-14; Madeline Kripke, "In flagrante depict," Masquerade erotic newsletter 3, 3 (May/June 1994): pp. 10-11; Kosme Letamendia and Brigitte Baer, Picasso, Suite 347 (Valencia: Fundacion Bancaja, 2000), 415 p., ill.; Diana Widmaier Picasso, Picasso: art can only be erotic (Cologne: Prestel, 2005); Pablo Picasso, "Picasso's erotic gravures," Avant Garde (8 September 1969): unpaged; Pablo Picasso, 347 graphische Blatter (New York: Random House, c1969); Philippe Piquet, "Fernande, Eva, Olga, Marie-Therese, Dora ... chez Picasso, creation et vie amoureuse ne font qu'un," L'Oeil 583 (November 2006): pp. 86-87; Philippe Piquet, "L'erotisme mis a nu chez Rodin et Picasso," L'Oeil 583 (September 2006): pp. 84-85; Robert Rosenblum, "Picasso and the anatomy of eroticism," in Studies in erotic art, by T. Bowie et al. (New York: Basic Books, 1970): pp. 339-394; Guy Scarpetta, "Picasso porno," Art Press 122 (February 1988): pp. 26-27; Alfred Scheidegger, "Erotik in der bildenden Kunst-Pablo Picasso," in Der Befreite Eros, ed. by A. Grabner-Halder and K. Luthi (Mainz: Mathias Grune-wald, 1972): pp. 165-175; Gert Schiff, "Picasso's Suite 347, or paintings as an act of love," in Woman as sex object: studies in erotic art, 17301970, ed. by T. Hess and L. Nochlin (New York: Newsweek, 1972): pp. 238-253; Horst Schwebel, "Eros und Kreuzigung bei Picasso," Kunst und Kirche 2 (1987): pp. 120-123; Giuseppe Selvaggi (ed.), Erospicasso: le venti incisioni proibite (Rome: Bonavita, 1972); Rosa Maria Subirana and Blai Bonet, Picasso Erotic [27 February-18 March 1979] (Barcelona: Museo Picasso, 1979); ThB xxvi 1932: p. 576; Vollmer iii 1956: p. 585; Vollmer vi 1962: 345; Joanne B. Waugh, "On Picasso and pornography," Art Criticism 7, 2 (1992): pp. 89-99.

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