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Courtesy Richard Gray Gallery

Pablo Picasso – Gray Viewing Rooms

Tête d'homme et nu assis, 1964. Painted in Mougins on December 3, 1964, Tête d'homme et nu assis reflects an exceptionally productive moment in Picasso’s career. It was during this time that Picasso returned to painting the subject of artist and model, one that would come to be known as the artist’s most enduring and potent themes over time.
Image: Tete d'homme et nu assis, 1964. Oil on canvas. 17 7/8 x 21 5/8 inches.
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