Our gallery specializes in the prolific scope of prints created by Pablo Picasso and Edvard Munch, and today I am delighted to (virtually!) present some of their most masterful, most innovative works. The selection shows a range of techniques and periods – Picasso’s virtuosic early etchings, his experimental aquatints, his later lithographs and linocuts; a milestone print in each phase of Munch’s self-driven technical trajectory, including the artist-characterizing woodcut. Works like Picasso’s Le Repas frugal (B01, 1904) and Munch’s The Sick Child (W59, 1896) will be familiar favorites, but please join us for those that will widen your already vast appreciation of these two era-defining masters. On exhibit: mythology modified to show deep, creative desire; modes of advertisement adapted to show lust and adoration; animals; stars of the stage; life and death.