By Judi Freeman.
An outstanding catalogue of the 1994 exhibition of the same name, Picasso and the Weeping Women is a richly illustrated examination of Picasso's wrenching pictures of weeping women. These portraits served at once as an expression of the pain of grieving mothers and victims of the Spanish Civil War and Picasso's relationships with Olga Koklova, Marie-Therese Walter, and Dora Maar. Many of these paintings were done in 1937, the same year that he painted Guernica.
- 216 pages, 10-3/4 x 8-1/2 x 1/2 inches
- 145 illustrations, 110 in color