World of Art: Picasso
Of the many books about Picasso, most have been written as celebrations of his creative abundance. Timothy Hilton has a more challenging purpose: to define his achievement and his place within twentieth-century art.
`New issues and others that seem written to death have been given the vigour to create new interest’ – The Times Literary Supplement
‘A scholarly work, full of acute observation … very well illustrated’ – The Artist
`Brisk, discriminatory and full of good observations’ – The Observer