|Science and Charity|
|Medium||Oil on canvas|
|Dimensions||197 cm × 249.5 cm (78 in × 98.2 in)|
|Location||Museu Picasso, Barcelona|
Why did Picasso paint science and charity?
Picasso’s Science and Charity (cover, 1896–1897) is the middle of 3 similarly themed paintings produced during a protracted cholera epidemic in his hometown (from which 1 of his sisters apparently died in infancy) and in the immediate wake of his beloved younger sister Conchita’s death from diphtheria at age 7 in 1895 …
What is depicted in Picasso science and charity?
47) What is depicted in Picasso’s Science and Charity? Science and Charity (1897) depicts a sick woman attended by a doctor and a nun.
What is the subject of science and charity?
What type of art is science and charity?
How did the muse Picasso in Paris come to own its collection of Picasso’s works?
Since Picasso left no will, his death duties (estate tax) to the French state were paid in the form of works from his personal collection (both his own works and those of other artists he had traded with). These paintings form the core of the immense and representative collection of the Musée Picasso in Paris.