Vallauris, Picasso’s adopted home
Pablo Picasso’s ceramics evoke a bright period. Furthermore, the artist devoted a lot of time to this over the last twenty years of his life. He started his first creations as of 1947, seduced by the “town with a hundred potters”. It was in the heart of his villa nestled on the hills of Vallauris that his creativity was set free. Between [the time he spent in] his workshop in Fournas, where he created numerous paintings and sculptures, the master began an innovative artistic process in the Madoura workshop for ceramics.