Picasso, Photography, and Cubism

Fry, Edward F.
March 1983
Art Bulletin;Mar1983, Vol. 65 Issue 1, p145
Academic Journal
Comments on an article about painter Pablo Picasso's activities during the summer of 1909. Basis of the arguments on the Horta landscapes; Issues about cubism; Speculations on the artists' cognitive function.


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