Picasso’s Guernica

via miami.uni-muenster.de and Futility Closet.

Picasso’s Guernica depicts the suffering wrought by a German bombing in 1937 during the Spanish Civil War. Three years later, when the artist was living in Nazi-occupied Paris, a Gestapo officer saw a photo of the painting in his apartment. “Did you do that?” he asked. “No,” Picasso said. “You did.”


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  6. 8 Guernica-Gernikara March 23, 2011 at 8:16 pm

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