The legendary 20th century artist Pablo Picasso spent much of his life in the city of Barcelona and indeed much of his earliest work is displayed in the city’s Museu Picasso.
However, a special event is currently running at the museum, called Living Things: Figures and Still Life in Picasso.
This exhibition focuses on how the artist created relationships between figures and objects, and uses around 60 of his pieces to display this.
Works on show at Living Things include everything from sketches to paintings and drawings to engravings.
Picasso’s family moved to Barcelona when he was a teenager in the late 19th century and thought of the city as his real home, according to some biographers.
In the early part of the last century, he mainly divided his time between the Catalan city and Paris, and it was in Mougins, France that he died on April 8th 1973.
During his lifetime, Picasso created thousands of works, with some estimates placing the number around 50,000.
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