Within the first few years of the 20th century, Pablo Picasso had already produced his famous Blue Period paintings, begun exploring the medium of sculpture, met and exhibited with his lifelong friend and rival Henri Matisse, and experimented with cubism. Over the next 70 years he continued to reinvent his art and ultimately produced some 50,000 works of astonishing diversity. This book presents 20 masterworks by Picasso—including The Young Ladies of Avignon, The Portrait of Dora Maar, The Matador, The Crucifixion, The Dream, The Bathers, and The Kiss—that have been re-interpreted as line drawings to color or paint your own way. More than just a coloring book however, it offers a brief profile of the artist, his career, and his techniques, and each drawing is accompanied by a large color reproduction of the original art and a detailed caption. The book also provides basic advice and tips for using watercolors, gouache paint, or colored pencils.