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OddBalls 4h
Which is your favourite subscription design so far? If you sign up this month, did you know you get a free gift next month 🎁 🙊
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Antonio Banderas Sep 9
Congratulations to the Genius:Picasso team for winning two Awards last night. 👏👏👏👏👏
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Dr Suzanne Fagence Cooper Sep 16
I don't usually work on a Sunday. But I make an exception for Antibes. & his pots in Chateau Grimaldi
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Froilán López Sep 13
Reposting @karlaccna: - via “It is the spectator, and not life, that art really mirrors.” –Oscar Wilde
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Sainsbury Centre 2h
Opening Saturday 13 October : Humans and Other Animals, a brand new sculpture exhibition at the Sainsbury Centre, featuring over 150 works and work from , , and many more >
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Sue Herdman 2h
From to : in the new issue of mag we asked the great papercut & (who has a new out) for the forms that have influenced his approach to his work: (portrait Hugh Kelly)
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Real Estate Poet At KWAP 5h
“Let go my Ego!” Said Picasso to his Van Gogh... 656
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Stephen Sep 11
Child with a Dove (Niña con Paloma). Pablo Picasso Made in 1901 at the start of his Blue Period (between 1901 and 1904) when he painted essentially monochromatic paintings in shades of blue and blue-green.
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Pablo Picasso Sep 15
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Hugh Mendes 32m
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Museu Picasso, Bcn 18h
“Man in a beret” is one of the first efforts of the young to move from a predominately aesthetic art to a more expressive and human art. What do you feel when you look at this portrait?
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Pablo Picasso Sep 17
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Studies in Women and Lit and Feminism @ IUPUC Sep 13
This one was one who was working.
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Pablo Picasso Sep 13
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Nicolas Berggruen Sep 17
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Stephen Sep 16
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Tandar Tanavoli 18h
Time is the most precious asset of our lives. We are capable of doing many extraordinary things in this world but turning back the clock isn’t one of them. What we do with our time and how we choose to spend each moment is a huge indicator of the quality of our lives.
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Jimmy Isaksson 3h
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Jorge de Leon 24h
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Sophie Sep 13
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