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Verbal Description of Lobster and Cat by Pablo Picasso

Guggenheim Museum on November 20, 2013 22:16

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    This clip presents Pablo Picasso’s painting Lobster and Cat (Le homard et le chat, 1965) using Verbal Description, which is a technique that uses precise language to convey the visual experience of artworks. Read more about Verbal Description at www.guggenheim.org/accessibility and more about Lobster and Cat at www.guggenheim.org/new-york/collections/collection-online/artwork/3458.

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