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Picasso drew inspiration from mythology, from war, from those who surrounded him, even—he proclaimed—from spiderwebs. The result is tens of thousands of works that seem to touch on countless topics. But many of the subjects that fascinated him, including death and sexuality, repeatedly surface in his art throughout the decades. Those recurring themes are grouped in a sampling of some 8,000 of Picasso’s works, in the artist’s style. They can be found in portraits that radically blur the line between subject and painter, and in an array of arresting symbols such as the Minotaur, bottle, and harlequin.