Picasso Portraits at The National Portrait Gallery

Subscribe: goo.gl/ofIySI From his earliest efforts as a student artist through his Blue, Cubist, Classical, Surrealist periods and beyond, Pablo Picasso developed portraiture in painting, sculpture, drawing and printmaking. At the NPG, Grace and Joshua visit an exhibition which illustrates Picasso’s observation and experimentation.

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