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Reviews about Picasso Museum

Reviewed on 31 May, 2020

老城區一個很幽靜的小院,非常不起眼,因為同伴不入,我只好匆匆走馬觀花。很多早期作品,還是很寫實的,可以對比後期的抽象,體味畢加索的人生歷程。

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Although Picasso spent most of his life and creation in France, the great artist born in Malaga, Spain, has inextricably linked with Barcelona, whose artistic creation took shape precisely in Barcelona. The Picasso Museum has three museums in the world, one in Paris, one in Montcada, 15, in the old city of Barcelona, and the other in Malaga. This time to Barcelona, I chose to come to the Picasso Museum on Sunday for a simple reason, because it is free. Haha. Founded in 1963, the Museu Picasso Museum is situated in a building built in the 12th and 14th centuries A.D. It is a typical Gothic mansion in Catalonia. It has a quiet courtyard, gorgeous walls and window lattices. There are alleys all around, and the road at the entrance is lined up by the crowd, which accounts for more than half of the total. It used to be Picasso's apartment. Picasso's early works in Barcelona and Paris, including sketches, prints, pottery, oil paintings, etc., are also displayed in the museum. Besides, Picasso's original manuscripts and books with his illustrations are also displayed. Because he became famous in France, the best and most mature works were scattered abroad. After he became famous, Spain did its best to collect his juvenile works and paintings. Here we can see the works of Bi's juvenile. Photographs are not allowed in the museum. The most famous works such as "maid" and its "Gong'e" series, some of the most important works in 1917, totaled 4251 collections, covering almost all the works of the gifted artist from the beginning of his creation to his "blue period". For art enthusiasts, the museum is undoubtedly one of Barcelona's art pilgrimages. Remember Sunday is free.
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