It is also here where you can take a stroll through the calle Avinyo, which Picasso immortalized in his famous painting Les Demoiselles d’Avignon, which portrays five nude prostitutes in a brothel that was in this narrow street. The work is considered as a pioneer in the early development of Cubism and other currents of modern art. Relationship Permanentemas afternoon, when Picasso settled in Paris and the Cote d Azur, still maintained a close relationship with Barcelona and Catalonia, where occasionally spent their holidays.Finally, the close relationship between Picasso and Barcelona was sealed with the opening in 1963 of a museum dedicated to his life and work, where you can learn about the great work of the Spanish artist. The collection presents first and foremost, the first paintings of Picasso, as well as a series of paintings from the blue period, providing key references to understand his later development. On the other hand, visitors to the Museum can see the series of Las Meninas, inspired by the famous painting by Velazquez, Picasso created in 1957. Tips for visitantesEl Picasso Museum is located on Montcada Street, in the downtown district of el Born.

That’s one of the reasons why many people rented an apartment in Barcelona more to the Center as possible, getting the unique opportunity to enjoy nearly 3,800 of Picasso works, which make up the permanent collection of the Museum. Admission to the Museum is free every Sunday from 3 pm and the first Sunday of each month. If you want to receive cheaper offers, use discount card free Barcelona Discount Card, offered by Barcelona apartments Checkin.La influence of Picasso and the footprint left by his art in Barcelona can be seen not only at the Museum but also in plaza Nova, near the Cathedral. On the facade of the building of the Collegi d Arquitectes, where there are three friezes sculpted by the Norwegian artist and photographer Carl Nesjar, according to original drawings by Picasso. Useful information access: the closest metro stops are Jaume I (line 4) and Arc de Triomf (line 1) opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday (including holidays): from 10 am to 8 pm. Access to the rooms until 30 minutes before the closing time. For more information see the official website of the Museum. Original author and source of the article.