Picasso's Kitchen delves, for the first time, into the relationship between Picasso and cooking. Food and kitchenware are present in many of his still-lifes, such as the tomato plant in the Grands-Augustins studio or the eel stew that his wife Jacqueline used to cook. Cuisine is also a recurring topic in his poetry and many of his sculptures are based on kitchen utensils, such as his famous cubist absinthe glass. HB 27.5 x 21 cm.
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