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Picasso + #FashionFriday
Fashion Friday takes an unexpected twist as we look at the costumes of Picasso’s “Three Musicians,” which depicts three comic figures from European theater and carnival traditions. Which figure is your favorite? Why?-Harlequin playing a violin-Pierrot with a recorder-A monk holding an accordionEXPLORE more about this work.“Three Musicians,” 1921, by Pablo Picasso. © Estate of Pablo Picasso/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

Picasso + #FashionFriday

Fashion Friday takes an unexpected twist as we look at the costumes of Picasso’s “Three Musicians,” which depicts three comic figures from European theater and carnival traditions. Which figure is your favorite? Why?

-Harlequin playing a violin
-Pierrot with a recorder
-A monk holding an accordion

EXPLORE more about this work.

“Three Musicians,” 1921, by Pablo Picasso. © Estate of Pablo Picasso/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

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