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Don Quixote is a 1955 sketch by Pablo Picasso of the Spanish literary hero and his sidekick, Sancho Panza. It was featured on the August 18-24 issue of the French weekly journal Les Lettres Françaises in celebration of the 350th anniversary of the first part of Cervantes’s Don Quixote. Made on August 10, 1955, the drawing Don Quixote was in a very different style than Picasso’s earlier Blue, Rose, and Cubist periods.

Don Quixote Pablo Picasso 1955 This drawing was made on August for the August issue (No. of Les Lettres françaises, a weekly French journal, in celebration of the anniversary of the publication of Don Quixote, Part I.

Don Quixote - Picasso

Don Quixote is a 1955 sketch by Pablo Picasso of the Spanish literary hero and his sidekick, Sancho Panza.

Picasso~ Don Quixote I think Picasso distilled the spirits of Don Quixote and Sancho Panza here.

Finally, from so little sleeping and so much reading, his brain dried up and he went completely out of his mind. ~Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, Don Quixote Image: Pablo Picasso . :D Don Quixote.

Don Quixote - Pablo Picasso. "La libertad es uno de los más preciosos dones que a los hombres dieron los cielos. Por la libertad, así como por la honra, se puede y debe aventurar la vida." Don Quijote

Don Quixote - Pablo Picasso Picasso demonstrates his brilliance with line

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I took Picassos Don Quixote drawing, and added the blazing sun....you can almost feel the heat as it sears off the rest of Don Quixote's sanity. These unique and original artwork are printed on authen

Don Quixote Print, Picasso drawing, vintage dictionary art print

I took Picassos Don Quixote drawing, and added the blazing sun....you can almost feel the heat as it sears off the rest of Don Quixote's sanity. These unique and original artwork are printed on authen

Don Quixote - Picasso

beyond-the-canvas: “Pablo Picasso, Don Quixote, ”