A Graphic Journey: Prints by Picasso

  • Visual arts
  • Alexandria, LA
  • Sat, March 16 —
    Sat, June 15, 2024
A Graphic Journey: Prints by Picasso

Discover Picasso’s printmaking legacy at the Timothy Collins Collection, a showcase of his evolution from 1899 to 1972, offering insight into his creative process.

The Timothy Collins Collection showcases a valuable selection of etchings, lithographs, and linocuts by one of the great masters of the 20th century. This exhibition provides a unique window into a significant era in art history, examining Picasso’s artistic evolution and creative process with a serious and scholarly approach, shedding light on aspects not always evident in his paintings.

Picasso was a significant innovator in printmaking, creating prints from 1899 as a teenager until 1972 at the age of 90. Experimenting all the while, he produced some 2,400 prints in total, in a wide variety of techniques, most notably etching, lithograph and linocut. Over the decades he worked with numerous print ateliers, including Arnera, Mourlot, Crommelynck, Frelaut, Lacouriere, Desjobert, and Fort.


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Alexandria Museum of Art, 933 2nd St, Alexandria, LA 71301


Ticketed entry. Visiting hours: Tuesday–Friday, from 10 am to 5 pm; and Saturday, from 10 am to 4 pm.

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Alexandria Museum of Art



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