Pablo Picasso - Vase: Woman – 1948

Esculturas de Pablo Picasso

Pablo Picasso (Spanish, Vase: Woman Vallauris, White earthenware, painted with slips 18 x 6 x 4 in. x x 11 cm) Musée national Picasso–Paris. Image © 2015 Estate of Pablo Picasso/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.

Picasso's Pottery

This is a collection of Picasso's work I saved to use as a reference for Proj. Picasso’s Pottery

picasso's pottery

Picasso for the Madoura Pottery in Spain - White earthenware clay with decoration in engobes in blue, black and grey and engraved by knife

The artist says that these handmade ceramic creations tell stories… I believe her.  “My work tends to be small and mysterious – even to me. In an effort to understand my work better I started to ask the things I made what they were about. When I sat with them very quietly, and listened, I could hear that they had things to say – these are their (smallest) stories.”

Smallest stories made in ceramic by Bonnie Marie Smith Ceramic art that tells the Smallest Stories By Bonnie Marie Smith

Picasso Ceramics: Lord & Lady Attenborough's Collection | Sotheby's

A collection: "Lord & Lady Attenborough's Collection", i saved this because it has different ideas, i like the pinch pot to the right of the owl, i like the shape idea

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