Picasso: Life and Art

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CONTENTS
Acknowledgmentsvii
Introductionix
PART ONE THE FORMATION OF GENIUS
1.
Yo, Picasso (1881-1897) 3
2.
From Prodigy to Artist (1897-1900) 10
3.
Paris, Here I Come! (1900-1901) 17
4.
The Tragedy of Casagemas and the Blue Period (1901-1904) 26
5.
Love at the Bateau-Lavoir (1904-1905) 37
PART TWO TO THE AVANT-GARDE
6.
Decisive Encounters (1906-Early 1907) 51
7.
Les Demoiselles d'Avignon (1907) 65
8.
The Cordée with Braque (1907-1908) 79
9.
The Invention of Cubism (1909-1911) 93
PART THREE ÉVA OR LIBERTY
10.
The Cubist Explosion (Summer 1911-1912) 109
11.
The Revolution of Papiers Collés (Autumn 1912—Summer 1913) 123
12.
Fulfillment (Autumn 1913—Summer 1914) 133
13.
The War and Éva's Death (Summer 1914-1916) 141
PART FOUR OLGA OR MARRIAGE
14.
Parade and Marriage (1916-1917) 151
15.
Return to Order (1918-Early 1920) 161
16.
Paternity and Classicism (1920-1923) 172
17.
The Approach of Surrealism (1923-1924) 181
18.
Crisis of Marriage (1924-1926) 187
Conjectures on Picasso's Philosophy at This Critical Juncture194

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