Picasso’s Kitchen delves into the relationship between Picasso and cooking.
Food and kitchenware are present in many of Picasso's still lifes; such as the tomato plant in the Grands Augustins studio, the eel stew that his wife Jacqueline used to cook, the main painting he made on Manet's Le dejeuner sur l'herbe.
My personal favourite of Picasso's work, his ceramics, are deliciously decorated with fish, octopus and urchins. Cuisine also remains a topic throughout his often overlooked poetry, which artfully transports you into a world of sensory delight.
Hardback. 448 pages.
21cm x 27.5cm x 3.3cm.