At the Lapin Agile (harlequin with glass), 1905








At the Lapin Agile (harlequin with glass)
  • Young Picasso   1881 - 1901


  • Blue Period  1901 - 1904


  • Rose Period   1904 - 1906


  • Black Period   1906 - 1907


  • Cubism   1907 - 1915

  • "Lapin Agile" means nimble rabbit in French and is the name of a café in Paris, where artists would meet. In this painting Picasso shows himself dressed as a harlequin, which, in the 19th century, symbolized artistry. The guitar player in the background is assumed to be Père Frédé, owner of the Lapin Agile and father of Margot Frédé, the woman with the crow.


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