Vase de Fleurs

Pablo Picasso


A rare early still life work from a crucial moment in Picasso’s artistic development, Vase de fleurs was painted in the same year as his first solo exhibition in Paris, and was included in his 1932 major retrospective exhibitions in Paris and Zurich. This work reflects the influence of post-impressionism and other artistic styles upon his work, with the background’s blue tones foreshadowing the artist’s famous “Blue Period.”

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