Pablo Picasso is often seen a groundbreaking creator of the previous epoch who created new norms of several branches of the visual arts such as sculptures, graphics, fictile art. The masterpieces composed during the last twenty years of the artist’s life are much less popular than his earlier creations. The portraits of that time more often showcase his second spouse Jacqueline rather than the rest models.
The current exhibition is an evidence of the famous painter’s innovative talents that he saved and developed through his artistic career, including his late paintings. The gallery is arranged by Catherine Hutin, Jacqueline’s daughter, and includes items from her mother’s collection that are less known. Displayed in Potsdam, at Museum Barberini, this collection boasts many paintings never shown in Germany before, with several pieces that haven’t been introduced to public at all.
More artworks from Catherine’s private collection will be available in 2021, when she opens her personal museum in the southern part of France, to display her broad collection.