Pablo Picasso is undoubtedly the most famous artist of the twentieth century, gaining international acclaim by the 1910s for his pioneering role in Cubism. Although immensely successful, Picasso changed his artistic style within the next few years. He would periodically make dramatic changes over the next sixty years, embodying a radical new idea with each artistic shift.
Head of a Faun, 1958
Etching with aquatint in black on wove paper
Expectation – Sold, 1966
Color photolithography on Arches