Thanks very much for your question! Many private collectors
prefer to remain anonymous, but I have found you one certain
owner, one likely possibility, and some good resources.
John Paul (JP) Vranesevich owns a colored pencil Minotaure on
white woven paper. His website, and a picture of the drawing, is at
His e-mail address is : firstname.lastname@example.org
A company called Sunshield Energy Control Systems uses its window
coatings to protect a Private Picasso Collection, They will not
reveal to me the owners names, but they have agreed to have me send
you their e-mail address. If you e-mail Pierre at email@example.com,
he will forward your correspondence to the owner of the Private
Pierre did not say for certain that there is a Minotaur there, but he
knows thats what youre looking for.
The On-line Picasso Project is a very comprehensive site on Picasso,
put together by Dr. Enrique Mallen, Department of Hispanic Studies,
Texas A&M University. Go to the home page, at:
Click on works, then click on each year, to look for Minotaurs.
1933 shows MANY Minotaurs, at:
and tells where each is located. Some are galleries, which Im not
youd consider private hands
but if so, you can contact them.
I have an e-mail in to Dr. Mallen, the director of the Picasso
Project, to see
if he has any tips for us. When he responds Ill add his comments to
A search of the great fine art auction houses, Christies and
do not show any listings related to Picasso minotaurs today, but you
can register searchs with them, and they will notify you if any turn
can find their websites at:
eBay has five Picasso minotaurs for sale today, but they are
lithographs and posters, which you did not specify.You can see them
I know the following won't help you find your Picasso, but if you
really like the minotaurs, you may be interested in the discussion of
the Apollonian/Dionysian struggle represented by Picassos minotaur
and the sculptor. You can click to The On-line Picasso Project on this
I hope this answer helps in your search. If you find anything here
incomplete or unclear, please dont hesitate to hit the Clarify
Answer button, and Ill respond. Good luck in your art search!