Picasso was fascinated by bull-fighting and befriended the renowned toreador Miguel Dominguin. Together, in 1961, they published three of Picasso's sketchbooks devoted to the sport with a text by contributed by Dominguin as Picasso Toros Y Toreros. Picasso designed the cover art and title pages, and supervised production. The original edition, published by Abrams, has been out of print for many years, and is republished now in a glorious slip-cased edition, printed in nine-colors. A recognized art critic and historian, Georges Boudaille (1925-1991) contributed an essay to the book, which is also included here. Text in English and Spanish.
• Reprint of an important work in art history that covers an underrated period in Picasso's career
• Updated with slip case and brighter colors
• Please keep away from sunlight and water
• Pages: 168
• Illustrations: 136 color, 22 b&w
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