- How World War I Changed Pablo Picasso
- As a citizen of neutral Spain, artist Pablo Picasso didn't fight in World War I. He did, however, watch his French friends go off to war and spent the war years in Paris.
- Morning Links: Estate of Pablo Picasso Edition
- Over the course of his life, Pablo Picasso made 45,000 works. His five heirs are still trying to figure out how to authenticate, track, and license them. [Vanity Fair].
- When Charlie Chaplin met Pablo Picasso: How a war of egos took place in Paris
- Today, Pablo Picasso is rarely out of the news. Tickets must be booked long in advance for the brilliantly refurbished Picasso Museum in Paris, and his works command surreal prices at auction.
- Battle for Pablo Picasso sculpture intensifies
- A custody battle for a $100 million Picasso sculpture has intensified in New York between British agents acting on behalf of the Qatari royal family and a prominent American art dealer.
- Pablo Picasso and Joan Miró's work on display at Burj Khalifa
- They are two of the greatest painters of the Modern age and they also share strikingly similar life stories. Pablo Ruiz Picasso and Joan Miró were born just 12 years apart in 19th-century Spain.
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