Never Before Seen Works By Pablo Picasso

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A retired French electrician Pierre Le Guennec, who once worked for Pablo Picasso and his wife tucked away a staggering trove of paintings by Pablo Picasso, which is believed to be authentic, inside a trunk in the garage of their home on the French Riviera. The cache, dating from the artist's most creative period from 1900 to 1932, contains 271 never-before-seen works including lithographs, portraits, watercolors, and sketches, plus nine Cubist collages said to be worth €40m alone.

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Olga Accoudee (Olga Elbowed) by Picasso

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A drawing by Picasso on a notebook

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Papier colle pipe et bouteille (Copy paste pipe and bottle) by Picasso

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Drawing by Picasso on a notebook

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Nature Morte Verre (Still Life Glass) by Picasso

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Nu Assis (Sitting Nude) by Picasso

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Drawing of a dice by Picasso

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Drawing of a horse by Picasso

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Painting of a hand by Picasso

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Still Life Glass Sand by Picasso

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Pierre Le Guennec and his wife

[via The Guardian]

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