Pablo Picasso
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Algerian women

Picasso started his Les Femmes d'Alger ("Women of Algiers") series inspired by the art of Delacroix, immediately after the death of Henri Matisse, his friend and creative competitor. He kept on working on this specific dedication for two months. The result: more than 100 sketches and 15 oil paintings - versions from "A" to "O", the last of which, version "O", is the culmination and the final result of this whole series.

Paintings

Pablo Picasso. Women d`Alger version
Women d`Alger version "A" (I), 1954
Pablo Picasso. Reclining Nude - Women d`Alger [study], 1954
Reclining Nude - Women d`Alger [study], 1954
Pablo Picasso. Women d`Alger version
Women d`Alger version "N" (XIV), 1955
Pablo Picasso. Women d`Alger version
Women d`Alger version "D" (IV), 1955
Pablo Picasso. Women d`Alger version
Women d`Alger version "J" (X), 1955
Pablo Picasso. Women d`Alger version
Women d`Alger version "I" (IX), 1955
Pablo Picasso. Women d`Alger version
Women d`Alger version "H" (VIII), 1955
Pablo Picasso. Women of Algiers, version “O” (Les femmes d`Alger), 1955
Women of Algiers, version “O” (Les femmes d`Alger), 1955

Graphics

Pablo Picasso. Women d`Alger,
Women d`Alger, "B" version (II), 1954
Pablo Picasso. Women d`Alger,
Women d`Alger, "K" version (XI), 1955
Pablo Picasso. Women d`Alger,
Women d`Alger, "M" version (XIII), 1955
Pablo Picasso. Women d`Alger Version
Women d`Alger Version "L" (XII), 1955
Pablo Picasso. Women d`Alger Version
Women d`Alger Version "G" (VII), 1955