Homage to Pablo Picasso
The early cubism and distorted depictions
Painted in one afternoon of 1932 Barcelona.
One of the most highly-valued paintings of the artist, depicting his mistress Marie-Therese Walter.
Le Rêve is the quintessential example of Picasso’s phase of distorted representation.
A journey into the consciousness of Picasso’s lover, whose mind appears to be divided into two parts representing the real world and the maiden’s dream world.
Two different perspectives to create one.
Bold colours and broad, strongly outlined shapes, with cartoonish graphics. A vision that brings the viewer closer to the dream world itself.