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Visitors who come will find a collection with more than a hundred works by Picasso, marked in chronological order, in a presentation that reveals the unbelievable catalogue of the artist's work over time.
UN apologies after attributing Guernica bombing to Spain’s republican forces who were in fact victims of the massacre
UN spokesman Stephane Dujarric said the error was a ‘horrendous mistake.’
Claire Leibovich delivers a masterclass on Spain’s most astronomically-priced paintings you can’t afford
Les Femmes d´Algers (Version O) set a world record price when it was sold for US$179 million (€125 million) at Christie's New York in 2015
The prints by the rock legend are now on sale, with 50 copies of the 'Abstract Stones' version one available for €1,750 a piece
Suicide, UFOs, disappearance, murder, mutilation - these unsolved mysteries are guaranteed to get Halloween off with a scream!
Malaga exhibition combines illustration, music and stories to remember Picasso’s untold connection to flamenco
The works tell the fascinating tales of the Cubism maestro’s real encounters with characters Piyayo, Trini and Juan Breva
A PAINTING by Spanish artist Picasso has smashed estimates to reach the highest auction price paid for art in Europe in pounds. His portrait of...
THE PICASSO Museum has once again been crowned the most visited museum in Andalucia. More than 635,000 people enjoyed its offerings in 2017, a similar...
Almost as famous for his biting wit as his artistic prowess, when a German Gestapo officer looking at Guernica asked him, ‘Did you do this?’, Picasso is said to have retorted, ‘No, you did’.
The Spanish Pavilion of the 1937 Paris International World's Fair, which showcased Pablo Picasso’s Guernica and Joan Miro’s The Reaper for the first time in public, has been recreated in London
The record for any Picasso is €162 million
Experts call it the most important Cubist painting in decades
A massive 75% of Brits prefer holidays in Spain to anywhere else
Malaysian owner of Picasso’s ‘Women of Algiers’ embroiled in The Wolf of Wall Street funding scandal
The owner of the world’s most expensive painting is caught up in Hollywood scandal
Not so Blessed, the actor effectively threw away €70 million
With an estimated worth of €26.2 million, the painting was deemed a Spanish cultural treasure and prohibited from leaving the country
The former prime minister of Qatar, Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim bin Jaber Al Thani paid €160 million for the painting
Women of Algiers sold for 160 million euros
But he insists they were a present
Fake works by Pablo Picasso, Joan Miro and Henri Matisse were discovered
The museum had over 410,000 visitors come through its doors in 2014
The grandson of Pablo Picasso has released hundreds of intimate photographs of the Spanish painter
The grandfather of Costa del Sol tourism, George Langworthy, died penniless and heartbroken - but much adored - writes Jacqueline Fanchini
The quest is on to identify the bow-tied man found behind one of Picasso’s early paintings, The Blue Room