An exciting opportunity to acquire works on paper, ceramics and terracotta sculpture by Pablo Picasso that remained in the artist’s studio throughout his lifetime arises at Sotheby’s in London on February 5. They are from the collection of his granddaughter Marina Picasso. A masterful overview of Picasso’s career in its entirety, spanning every decade of his oeuvre and encompassing each of the artist’s genres – including many that mark the genesis of his greatest ideas – the collection of 187 works includes 70 ceramics and terracotta sculptures and 106 works on paper. Estimates range from £4,000 to £180,000 and the sale is expected to make a combined total of £6.9–9.8 million. It will be held the morning of February 5following Sotheby’s Impressionist, Modern & Surrealist Art evening and day sales on February 3 and 4.