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Employees of the Stedelijk Museum placing the painting Guernica by Picasso, 1956. The title, Guernica, refers to a Spanish town that was bombed during the Spanish Civil War in 1937. Picasso painted it to highlight the horrors or war, and its exhibition was used to draw attention to the war and raise money for war relief efforts.
Art & Revolution in Europe
This guide is intended to support the SRS 200-07 course on Art & Revolution in Europe, providing important links and resources to get you started for your final paper! Use the menu to navigate to some resources to get you started, located resources on campus to help with your paper, and book an appointment with your librarian for further support.