Pablo Picasso is widely regarded as one of the most influential and prolific artists of the 20th century. His remarkable career spanned more than seven decades and produced an incredible body of work that continues to captivate people all over the world. In a bid to celebrate his extraordinary achievements, Taschen recently released a book entitled ‘The Impossible Collection’, which gathers together some of Picasso’s most iconic works from throughout his career.
The book contains 240 pages filled with stunning photographs that showcase 100 carefully selected artworks by Picasso, each representing different periods in his life and artistic development. The collection includes some pieces never seen before as well as several renowned masterpieces such as Les Demoiselles d’Avignon, Guernica, and Le Rêve (The Dream). It also features insights into the artist’s creative process through archival documents including letters, sketches, and personal photographs.
It goes without saying that this book is a must-have for any fan or admirer of Pablo Picasso’s unparalleled genius. With its generous selection of eye-catching images accompanied by insightful commentary about each artwork, it offers an unprecedented look at what made this legendary painter so admired even today. Plus it comes with a bonus poster featuring one of Picasso’s famous linocuts—a perfect addition for any collector looking to display their appreciation for this timeless artist on their wall!
What makes ‘The Impossible Collection’ so special is its comprehensive approach towards showcasing Pablo Picasso’s immense talent throughout his entire career; from early experiments in cubism to later abstract expressionist canvases right up until late in life when he began exploring sculpture and ceramics again. This publication really does capture every aspect that made him one of the greatest painters ever known while providing readers with interesting new perspectives on how they view art itself.