Picasso show illustrates many talents

Included in the exhibition is a photograph of Pablo Picasso at work in his studio, drawing doves for his ‘Temple of Peace’ at Château de Vallauris in 1953

Hurry to see a different side of the Spanish master at a museum near Lille

Catch it while it lasts, because the Picasso exhibition at the Musée des Beaux-Arts (aka ‘Le MUba Eugène Leroy’) in Tourcoing (just outside Lille) which opened on October 19, only runs until January 13. Getting there is easy as Ouigo trains to Lille actually terminate at Tourcoing.

Rather than the usual collections focussing on Picasso’s portraits, or his war paintings or his blue period, this exhibition looks at his work as an illustrator and includes 200 works as well as a guide especially for children, making it an ideal ...

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