Spanish Artists from the Fourth to the Twentieth Century: A Critical Dictionary

Picasso, Pablo

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Alternate Picasso, Pablo Diego José Francisco de Paula Juan Nepomuceno Crispín Crispiniano de la Santissima Trinidad Ruiz Blasco
Alternate Picasso, Pablo Ruiz (y)
Alternate Ruiz (y) Picasso, Pablo
Alternate Ruiz, Pablo
Alternate Ruys Picasso, Pablo
Alternate Ruys, Pablo
L.C. NamePicasso, Pablo, 1881-1973
Dates1881-1973
Region(s)Málaga
MediaPainter, sculptor, printmaker, and ceramist
NotesIn 1904, moved to France, never again to return to Spain.
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CreatedDOI |D 1994 09 23 |T 10:18:10
CreatedMLH |D 1997 03 19 |T 12:23:03
 
Bibliographic Sources
Barcelona, Museu Picasso [exh.], 1994-1995, pp.335, 337 (also as Pablo Ruiz Picasso, n.1881-op.1913). source
Bénézit, 1976 (Pablo Diego José Francisco de Paula Juan Nepomuceno Crispin Crispiniano de la Santissima Trinidad Ruiz Blasco Picasso). source
Bloch, 1971, v.1, pp.8, 11, 299 (op.1898-1966); v.2, pp.9, 332 (op.1938-1968). source
Bozal, 1992, pp.174, 285 (Pablo Ruiz Picasso, or Pablo Picasso). source
Cien años de pintura, v.8, 1992 (Pablo Ruiz Picasso). source
Daix and Rosselet, 1979, pp.7, 14, 181 (Picasso, op.1904-1948). source
Daix, 1966 repr. 1988, pp.13, 27, 84 (Pablo Ruiz Picasso, op.1895-1965). source
Enciclopedia del arte del siglo XX, 1991, v.1. source
Gaya Nuño, 1977, pp.124, 387 (Pablo Ruiz Picasso, or Pablo Picasso). source
González Orbegozo, 1994-1995, p.389 (also as Pablo Ruiz Picasso). source
Library of Congress (also as Picasso, or Pablo Ruiz, or Pablo Ruiz Picasso, or Pablo Ruys, or Pablo Ruys Picasso). source
London, Witt, 1978 (also as Pablo Ruiz y Picasso). source
Madrid, Centro Reina Sofía, 1991 (Pablo Ruiz Picasso). source
Madrid, MEAC [cat.], v.2, 1983, p.151 (Pablo Ruiz Picasso). source
New York, Guggenheim Museum [exh.], 1984, pp.11, 31 (Picasso, op.1894-m.1973 at age 92). source
New York, Guggenheim Museum [exh.], 1993, pp.307, 311. source
New York, MOMA [cat.], 1980, pp.16, 421 (Pablo Ruiz Picasso). source
New York, MOMA [exh.], 1989, pp.15, 35, 51 (Picasso, op.1905-doc.1916). source
New York, MOMA [trav. exh.], 1996, pp.112 plate caption, 171 plate caption (op.1895-1972). source
Palau i Fabre, 1984, pp.13, 17 (Pablo Ruiz Picasso, or Picasso, n.1881-op.1907). source
Palau i Fabre, 1990, pp.7, 24 caption for pl.1,483 (Picasso, op.1892-1917). source
Picasso Project, Neoclassicism II, 1996, pp.viii, xiv (op.1922-1924). source
Picasso Project, Toward Surrealism, 1996, pp.xi, xxi-xxii (op.1925-1929). source
[Picasso, obit.], 1973, pp.1, 47. source
Spies and Piot, 1989, pp.410, 412. source
Thieme-Becker, v.26, 1932 (Pablo Picasso, correctly Ruiz y Picasso, n.1881, op.1895-1932). source
Vollmer, v.6, 1962 (also as Pablo Ruiz y Picasso, exh.1955-1961); v.3, 1956 (also as Pablo Ruiz y Picasso, n.1881-exh.1956). source
Zervos, v.33, 1978, n.p.(op.1971-1972); v.1, c.1942, title page, pp.xxv, xxxviii (also as Pablo Ruiz Picasso, n.1881-op.1908). source