The painting selected for the first exhibition of Contexts of the Permanent Collection is Picasso's most important work in the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, Harlequin with a Mirror dated in 1923 and considered to be one of the best examples of the artist's neoclassical period. Next to it we show for the first time in Spain the painting The Pipes of Pan, from the Picasso Museum in Paris, the masterwork of Picasso's classical period, also dated in 1923. Together with these two main works, the exhibition also presents two other oil paintings and various drawings and sketches, illustrating and explaining the close link between them and their creative process.