Spanning Pablo Picasso’s entire oeuvre, Sotheby’s online auction is open for bidding until June 18th.

From palettes and paintings to prints and photographs, the works include some of the artist’s granddaughter Marina Picasso’s personal collection.

Pablo Picasso was an individual who shaped art history like no other. Turning his hand to virtually every medium, Picasso suffused every element of culture with his signature – instantly recognisable, yet constantly evolving – style. This online auction will celebrate the enduring legacy of the artist with works from across Picasso’s entire oeuvre in both date and scope, including paintings, drawings, unique ceramics, editions, photographs, and even paint palettes. Over sixty works in the sale come from the personal collection of the artist’s granddaughter, Marina Picasso, and with estimates starting from €400, going up to €400,000, this is the perfect opportunity to dive into the life and work of this exceptional artist.

The works will be exhibited to the public, with appropriate safety restrictions in place, from 15 to 18 June, and viewing is available by appointment on request prior to those dates.

©Pablo Picasso – Autour des arènes, circa 1900, pastel on cardboard (est. £250,000 – 350,000)
©Pablo Picasso, Bouquet à la pomme (A. R. 305), Terre de faïence plate, 1956 (est. £2,400-3,400)

©Pablo Picasso, Chouetton (A. R. 135), Terre de faïence vase, 1952 (est. £2,400-3,400)
©Pablo Picasso, Composition ovale, 1911, pen and ink and pencil on paper (est. £50,000 – 70,000)
©Pablo Picasso, Femme au chapeau fleuri (A. R. 521), Terre de faïence plaque, 1964 (£10,000-15,000)
©Pablo Picasso, Jacqueline au chapeau à fleurs (B. 1149; BA. 1304), linoleum cut printed in colours, 1962 (est. £50,000 – 70,000)
©Pablo Picasso, Le Poussin (Baer 214), 1907, woodcut printed by hand in dark blue and bright blue gouache (est. £30,000-50,000)
©Pablo Picasso, Profil de Jacqueline au Foulard, linocut, 1955 (est. £40,000-60,000)
©Pablo Picasso, The artist’s palette, 1961, oil on card (est. £4,000 – 6,000)
©Pablo Picasso, Visage (A. R. 288), Terre de faïence pitcher, 1955 (est. £4,000-6,000)
©Pablo Picasso, Visage au nez noir (A. R. 609), 1969, terre de faïence pitcher (est. £15,000 – 20,000)
©Sujet poisson (A. R. 139), Terre de faïence pitcher, 1952 (est. £2,000 – 3,000)