New Picasso exhibition opens at the Courtauld Gallery

Pablo Picasso aged 19

Pablo Picasso's path to greatness as one of the most acclaimed figures of the twentieth century is the focus of a new exhibition.

Becoming Picasso: Paris 1901, at London's Courtauld Gallery, exhibits work from the artist's breakthrough year.

Will Gompertz reports.

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