Picasso Sylvette, in Rotterdam.

Pablo Picasso.

Picasso’s Sylvette Structure outside the Boijmans Van Beuningen Museum in Rotterdam Centrum, The Netherlands is a real Picasso. The museum opened in 1849 & houses collections from Jacob Otto Boijmans & Daniel George Van Berningen. It holds lots of medieval to comtemporary art from Rembrant, Monet, Van Gogh, Dali & this masterpiece by Pablo Picasso & what a site it is! I’m glad I decided to visit & admire this great work of art.

The City of Rotterdam accquired it following a seven year process.

The Sylvette, depicts the 19 year old Sylvette David. A young woman with a youthful classic profile. Picasso attempts to capture her unique characteristics in a great style & damn do I like it!

Created in 1954, the concrete sculpture Sylvette is an enlargement of one of the small sculptures Picasso created on sheet metal. It’s a nice piece by Picasso that has stood the test of time as it’s still in great condition today.

I thought I’d share it with you because damn is it fine!๐Ÿ˜€

Take care wiseguys of wordpress.


Be Creative Travellers!๐Ÿ˜

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