The world might be stressed over its strained financial strings, but that is no reason not to show off stunning pieces of art. London’s Tate Modern museum is displaying for the first time, Pablo Picasso’s Nu au Plateau de Sculpteur – translated as Nude, Green Leaves and Bust, which was made in 1932 and depicted his lover and muse, Marie-Therese Walter. It set a world record when taken by a mystery bidder for $106.5 million in Christie’s auction house last May. The painting is being showcased for the first time since 1961.
Written ByShilpa Pillai