The most representative sample of the three hundred and two works attributed to the artist’s dog period, the originals of which are distributed in different museums in Europe and the United States.
Here you can see together, together with the landscape that surrounded Picasso in 1906: the Pedraforca, the Castle, the Plaza, a varied collection of old photos of Gósol, the everyday utensils of the time such as the midwives, the pitchers of oil, the lights to scare wolves, the spinner … all of them reflect the character of the people who made this change possible in the history of art, acquiring and understanding its full meaning.
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