Constructing Abstraction by Pablo Picasso

The “constellations drawings” are a series of sketches by Pablo Picasso drawn on sixteen pages of a notebook in 1924. For these small drawings in black pen and ink, Picasso took inspiration from sky charts and aimed at an artistic exploration of the limit between abstraction and figuration. Black dots are connected by thin lines to produce different kinds of figures, some geometrically controlled and others more leaning toward a free composition.





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