Lisa Florman, "Myth and Metamorphosis: Picasso's Classical Prints of the 1930s"

Lisa Florman,

Lisa Florman, "Myth and Metamorphosis: Picasso's Classical Prints of the 1930s"
The MIT Press | 2002 | ISBN: 0262561557 | 281 pages | PDF | 12 MB

Previous studies of Picasso's involvement with the classical have tended to concentrate on the period immediately following the First World War, and to attribute that involvement to both the rise of political conservatism in France and the domesticating influence of the artist's marriage to Olga Koklova. Focusing instead on the later, classicizing prints of the 1930s, this book offers a radically different view of Picasso and the "classical"--a view that aligns his work much more closely with Surrealist, and specifically Bataillean, revisions of antiquity. The book's argument is built around detailed analyses of several separate print series: Picasso's illustrations for Ovid's Metamorphoses, the etchings of the Vollard Suite, and The Minotauromachy.





Ghostbusters - The Video Game [Cheat]



Ghostbusters - The Video Game [Cheat][XBox 360]


Pindar and the Emergence of Literature



[Dance] The Ultimate Latin Album Vol. 01-10


[Englisch] Helen Rappaport - The Romanov Sisters