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Today is your last chance to see The Clark's Picasso exhibit

Today is your last chance to see The Clark's Picasso exhibit

Open until 5 p.m.
Today is your last chance to see The Clark's Picasso exhibit
Picasso's "Luncheon on the Grass."
Photographer: Clark Art Institute

The Clark Art Institute's special summer exhibition, "Picasso Encounters," closes Sunday.

Karen Bjornland, who writes about visual arts for us at The Daily Gazette, wrote that "'Encounters' traces Picasso’s graphic evolution from 1904 to 1970 but its themes are focused not on him but the people and artworks who influenced his work, as in Old Master paintings and the women who were his muses."

The Clark says the exhibit includes 35 of Picasso’s most important prints and three paintings are included, ranging from the Clark’s rare impression of The Frugal Repast (1904) — Picasso’s first major statement in printmaking — to Ecce Homo, after Rembrandt (1970) made just three years before his death.

The Clark, in Williamstown, is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday.

 

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