Question by  David75 (17)

Where can I find examples of Picasso's ceramics?


Answer by  goldfishlady (207)

Picasso's ceramics were produced over a period of 30+ years in the Madoura Pottery studio in France and are found all over the world. Pieces can be seen at The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, The Picasso Museum in Paris, and the Met in NYC to name a few.


Answer by  Anony (10)

There are many ceramic dealers and galleries that sell original Picasso ceramic pieces. One such place is the Madoura Gallery. They carry fine examples of Picasso's ceramic works from the 1940's. Another place to look would be the DJT Fine Art Gallery. They offer a number of Picasso's finest Ceramic Works.


Answer by  Danielle31 (39)

To find examples of Picasso's ceramics, you should google "Picasso's ceramics", the click on the "images" tag above the search bar.


Answer by  riccichic (9)

You can find the original ceramics in many museums located in Malaga Spain. Picasso began creating his ceramics in 1947. You can find examples by entering Google. com into your web browser. You must Then searching Picasso ceramics and then clicking on images. You will then see many examples of his work.


Answer by  Janet98 (114)

Picasso was a very versitile artist, I would suggest heading to a bookstore or library and picking up a book, there is bound to be info on ceramics there.


Answer by  DesertRat (699)

The authorized seller is Madoura Pottery in Vallauris, Spain, the company for which Picasso created his pottery designs in 1946. A quick web search will take you to their official site. Of course, there are many examples in the hands of collectors and dealers, so consulting antique and fine art dealers will lead you to many for sale.

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