Pablo Picasso

Maar’s Surrealist work is on display at SFMOMA and will be featured at Paris’ Centre Pompidou and L.A.’s Getty Center in 2019.

A Look Back at the Artist Dora Maar

The photographer best remembered as Picasso’s muse steps out of his shadow

In 2018, researchers at the Art Gallery of Ontario released X-ray scans of this hidden painting beneath Picasso's The Crouching Beggar. The artist used the mountains in the painted-over landscape to shape the curves of his subject's back.

Researchers Uncover Hidden Details Beneath Picasso Painting

Using new imaging techniques, researchers reveal the secrets of the 1902 work "La Miséreuse Accroupie" ("The Crouching Beggar")

Collège des Prêcheurs, future home of The Musée Jacqueline et Pablo Picasso

New Museum in Southern France Will House More Than a Thousand Works by Pablo Picasso

The Musée Jacqueline et Pablo Picas, which is expected to open in 2021, will include a trove of works inherited by the artist's stepdaughter

New York Seen from the Terrace [Nueva York desde la terraza] by Rufino Tamayo, 1937

A Mexican Painter Changed by the City, Changes Art 

"In New York, I went berserk over painting," said Rufino Tamayo, whose works are now on view in a new retrospective

Screenshot of a new, interactive website devoted to Pablo Picasso's most famous work.

You Can't Get Closer to Picasso's "Guernica" Than This 436-Gigabyte Image

The new "Rethinking Guernica" website also includes 2,000 documents and photos charting the painting's 80-year history

"Women of Algiers (Version O)" by Pablo Picasso before it went on sale at Christie's auction house in New York City

Picasso Painting Breaks Auction Record by $37 Million

"Women of Algiers (Version O)" fetched nearly $180 million

Salvador Dalí

<em>Paris Match</em> Opens its Archives and Shares a Trove of Images of Artists in Their Studios

A traveling exhibition, curated by Picasso's grandson, reveals an intimate look at the places where artists craft their works

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