John Richardson, Elizabeth Cowling and Claude Arnaud.
Rizzoli & Gagosian Gallery. New York. 2010. First edition. Hardback; blue cloth-bound boards, dust jacket. 390 pages. Profusely illustrated, with gatefolds and a detachable 23 page booklet of Picasso's pencil and ink drawings. English. 310 x 240mm. 3kg. 9780847835355. Fine, in fine dust jacket.
A study of at Picasso's work and life on the Cote d'Azur. Following the end of the Second World War Picasso spent most of his time in the South of France. It was during this period that he started working intently with ceramics and lithography. Picasso. The Mediterranean Years 1945-1962 accompanied an exhibition at the Gagosian Gallery in New York that brought together a collection of paintings, sculptures, prints and ceramics created during this period. The exhibition continued the gallery's exploration of Picasso's principal themes after Picasso. Mosqueteros.