News about 'Pablo Picasso'

Jul 8, 2011

Tete de Femme: Picasso Drawing Stolen From Weinstein Gallery Recovered By US Police

Tete de Femme: Picasso pencil drawing
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Tete de Femme: Stolen Picasso drawing Image Credit: Getty Images Tete de Femme, stolen Pablo Picasso drawing from a San Francisco art gallery, was recovered by US police, according to reports by international news sites on Thursday, July 8, 2011. Picasso‘s pencil drawing was reportedly stolen since Wednesday, July 6. The drawing, according to reports, […]

Mar 8, 2011

Pablo Picasso’s “Nu au Plateau de Sculpteur” (Nudε, Green Leaves, and Bust) On Public Display At Tate Modern Gallery

Pablo Picasso Nude Green Leaves and Bust painting
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Pablo Picasso’s 1932 Nudε, Green Leaves and Bust or Nu au Plateau de Sculpteur Image Credit: Andy Paradise/PA/Telegraph Nudε, Green Leaves and Bust or Nu au Plateau de Sculpteur in French is a 1932 painting of Pablo Picasso. It was said to be the most expensive painting of Pablo Picasso being sold at New York‘s […]

Feb 11, 2011

Picasso painting ‘La Lecture’ sold for $40 million in London auction

Picasso painting 'La Lecture' sold for $40 million in London auction
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London, England – A Pablo Picasso painting called ‘La Lecture‘ was sold for slightly more than $40 million in an auction in London on Tuesday, February 8, 2011. Picasso painting ‘La Lecture’ Photo credit: As published on a pdf file at, the 1932 Picasso painting named ‘La Lecture‘ was bought by an anonymous […]

Nov 30, 2010

Pablo Picasso’s Never Before Seen Artworks

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It was reported earlier that a retired French electrician, Pierre Le Guennec has allegedly stolen some of Pablo Picasso‘s artworks. The undocumented 271 never-before-seen works were verified by Picasso‘s heirs as authentic. According to the administrator of the artist’s estate, the artworks were created between 1900 and 1932 and were estimated to be worth at […]