Picasso Exhibition 1960

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    Item title reads - Picasso Exhibition.

    Tate Gallery, London.

    M/S interior Tate Gallery where exhibition is being held. C/U exhibition organiser Mr Penrose looking at painting. 'Girl with Bare Feet' which Pablo Picasso painted in 1895. C/U painting 'Pipes of Pan', from 1923. C/U man going cross-eyed, camera turns man's head onto its side. C/U one of the Picasso modern paintings as it turns round. C/U of another painting. M/S 'Still Life with Bull's Skull' painted in 1958 being hung by two workmen. C/U pan up painting 'Three Dancers' from 1925, another modern painting. L/S man walking along line of paintings.

    C/U Picasso's modern interpretation of the 'Crucifixion' painted in 1930. C/U man looking at one of the paintings and biting his lip. C/U pan up another modern painting 'Head' from 1929. M/S paintings in the exhibition. C/U painting 'Dutch Girl' from 1905 which was recently sold for a great deal of money. M/S man looking at painting. L/S painting 'Drop Curtain For Parade', from 1917 one of the biggest paintings in the show measuring 11 x 18 yards, cleaners scrub floor in foreground.

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  • The exhibition was held 6 July - 18 September 1960.

    jamied 26th Sep 2012

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