Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Bellagio Of Fine Art Now Has A Picasso Original Portrait Never Shown Before!

Featuring an original portrait that has never been shown before in public, “Picasso: Creatures and Creativity” at Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art (BGFA) is now open.

The piece, Profile of a Woman with Blue Hair, November 1, 1938, features Dora Maar, one of Picasso’s lovers. The portrait represents the eccentric and dramatic relationship between the couple using a dark palette, distorted eyes, sharp angles and straight lines. When the exhibit closes January 10, 2016, it will return to the Picasso family estate.

“Picasso: Creatures and Creativity” focuses on the famed artist’s fascination with the human figure and showcases 43 original works that have never been displayed together. BGFA is open daily 10 a.m. – 8 p.m. Last admissions are sold 30 minutes prior to closing. Guests also may enjoy complimentary daily docent tours at 2 p.m.

About Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art
Located at the heart of the elegant Bellagio Resort & Casino, Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art is Las Vegas’ premier exhibition space – where great art goes on vacation. Since opening in 1998, the gallery has presented exhibitions of artworks and objects drawn from internationally acclaimed museums and private collections, including “FabergĂ© Revealed,” “Painting Women: Works from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston,” “Warhol Out West,” “Figuratively Speaking: A Survey of the Human Form” and “Classic Contemporary: Lichtenstein, Warhol and Friends.”

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