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  • n. Plural form of Picasso.


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  • According to the AFP, Redjil had been previously sentenced to five years in jail, with two years suspended, in September for stealing two Picassos from the home of the painter's granddaughter in 2007, but had been on the run since then.

    Abdelatif Redjil, Frenchman Who Comforted Princess Diana, Exposed As Paris Thief

  • It's right up there alongside the Picassos, which is unheard-of for a piece of porcelain, he said.

    Family's old Chinese vase fetches $83 million in auction

  • The art collection is fabulous and varied, including Impressionists, Picassos and other modern paintings and sculptures, and a small African art room.

    Spring Break in Washington, DC

  • Everett Collection 'The Train' (1964) 'The Train' (1964) Stolen: Hundreds of paintings from French museums—62 Picassos

    Art Theft in the Movies

  • Leo and Gertrude also bought Cézanne, Gauguin, Degas, Bonnard's exquisite sleeping nude "La Sieste" (1900) and many Picassos, including the study in blue called "Two Women at a Bar" (1902) and "Boy Leading a Horse" (1905-06).

    One Family's Adventures With Art

  • Sarah Stein developed a lifelong friendship with Matisse, and although she and Michael bought other artists, including Cézanne's "Five Bathers" and several Picassos, they focused on Matisse.

    One Family's Adventures With Art

  • MoMA could ditch a couple of Picassos every winter for the next 50 years without feeling the pinch.

    Trading a Monet for a Solid Southpaw

  • Off-radar: Sotheby's is offering 10 Picassos in its May 3 evening sale, and new collectors will likely glom onto his early "Blue Period" works from the early 1900s or his sinuous portraits from the 1930s.

    The Art Market Snaps Back

  • Many art collectors found much to admire in this new art movement, and more than a few wealthy art patrons included early Picassos among the then-priceless works by Rubens and Holbein the Younger.

    The Armory Show, 1913 | Edwardian Promenade

  • I can't speak for his restoration talents from personal experience, since I'm happy to report that all my Picassos, as well as my Modiglianis, Manets and Michelangelos, are holding up just fine.

    Picassos in Reverse


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