Never heard of Pablo before but he was a friend of Picasso and did some good stuff. The museum is in a wonderful old building which is worth visiting in its own right - I got in free by playing the age card. The building is in the delightful little St Philip square with some of Pablo's sculpture and a good pavement bar.
It is great to see the whole of an artist's life laid out before you in a coherent way, his work culminating in the horse sculptures done for the Montjuic stadium in Barcelona. He clearly loved horses, and they feature often in his work, with large ones outside the museum in the square.
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