Picasso
  1. Timothy Hilton
  • ISBN 9780500201442
  • 21.00 x 14.90 cm
  • Paperback
  • 288pp
  • 207 Illustrations, 30 in colour
  • First published 1976
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‘A stimulating and stringent work by an exceptional critic’ – The Sunday Telegraph


‘Brisk, discerning and full of good observations’ – The Observer


‘A scholarly work, full of acute observation . . . very well illustrated’ – The Artist


‘A bold stance against which any student of Picasso must formulate his own opinions’ – Arts Review


‘Lively, intelligent, free of cant and well written: a good introduction to a difficult subject’ – The Burlington Magazine


Of the many books about Picasso, most have been written as celebrations of his creative abundance. Timothy Hilton has a more challenging purpose: to define his achievement and his place within twentieth-century art.