EDUARDO PAOLOZZI ’HEAD’1946 This is one of a group of drawings Paolozzi made with a reed pen while he was at the Slade School of Art in 1946-7. The drawings relate to Picasso’s drawings of the late 1930s, which could, among other places, be seen in the collection of Roland Penrose.
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