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Nude, I love Eva. 1912. Oil on canvas.
The Card- Player. 1913- 1914. Oil on canvas.
Portrait of Olga in the Armchair. 1917. Oil on canvas.
The Bathers. 1918. Oil on canvas.
Portrait of Igor Stravinsky. 1920. Graphite and charcoal.
Reading of Letter. 1921. Oil on canvas.
Still-Life with a Pitcher and Apples. 1919. Oil on canvas
Three Musicians, or Musicians in Masks. 1921. Oil on canvas.
The Restaurant: Turkey with Truffles and Wine. 1912. Oil on canvas.
Still-Life. 1919. Oil on canvas.
Juan-les-Pins. 1920. Oil on canvas.
Picasso's Mother. 1923. Oil on canvas.
Guitar. 1913. Charcoal, pencil, ink and pastel paper.
Still Life with Guitar. 1922. Oil on canvas.
Harlequin. 1915. Oil on canvas.
Sleeping Peasants. 1919. Tempera, water-color and pencil.
Women Running on the Beach. 1922. Oil on plywood.
The Pipes of Pan. 1923. Oil on canvas.
Three Musicians. 1921. Oil on canvas.
Bottle of Pernod (Table in a Café). 1912. Oil on canvas.
Musical Instruments. 1912. Oil, sawdust and gypsum on cardboard.
Clarinet and Violin. 1913. Oil on canvas.
Tavern (The Ham). 1912. Oil and sawdust on cardboard.
Violin and Guitar. 1913. Oil on canvas.
Compositio n. Bowl of Fruit and Sliced Pear. 1914. Wallpaper, gouache and plumbago on cardboard.
Fruit Vase and Bunch of Grapes. 1914. Paper, gouache, tempera, sawdust and pencil.
The Seated Harlequin. 1923. Oil on canvas.
Mother and Child. 1921- 22. Oil on canvas.
Still-Life. 1918. Oil on canvas.
Madame Olga Picasso. 1923. Oil on canvas.
The Classical Head. 1922. Oil on canvas
The Lovers. 1923. Oil on canvas.
Sketch of Set for the "Parade". 1917. Peinture a la colle.
Harlequin with a Guitar. 1918. Oil on wood.
Pierrot. 1918. Oil on canvas.
Torero. Study for "Le Tricorne". 1919. Gouache.
Guitar, Bottle, Bowl with Fruit, and Glass on Table. 1919. Oil on canvas
Polichinelle with Guitar Before the Stage Curtain. 1919. Gouache.
Three Dancers. 1919-1920. Pencil.
Group of Dancers. Olga Kokhlova is Lying in the Foreground. 1919-20. Crayon.
Portrait of Mme Olga Picasso. 1922-23. Pastel.
La Dance Villageoise. 1922. Pastel on canvas.
Portrait of Paul Picasso as a Child. 1923. Oil on canvas.
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