Picasso and his Women, by Val Woodgate
- Wallace Collection |
- Talk |
- Thursday, 23 November 2017 - 14:30 until 15:30
Val Woodgate examines Picasso’s work through his relationships with the seven most important women in his life, two of whom he married. His response to each can be seen in the styles he represented them in, from the Rose Period and Cubism of his first great love, to the highly charged, expressive works of later years. Picasso was born in Malaga and spent his formative years in Barcelona, but despite the fact that most of his work was produced in France, he never lost touch with his Spanish roots.
This is the 5th lecture in a season of talks focusing on Spanish painting from the 16th to 20th centuries. You might also like to consider these lectures:-
El Greco and Toledo, by Siân Walters
Velázquez at Court in Madrid, by Dr Jacqueline Cockburn
Murillo, painter of the Spanish Golden Age, by Bernadette Petti
Dalí and the Surrealists, by Frank Woodgate
This event has been organised by the London Events Volunteer Fundraising Committee to help raise money for the Art Fund.