Pablo Picasso's famous "Head of a Woman" painting is on display at the University of Montana in the Presidents Office reception area for people to see.
Director of The Montana Museum of Art and Culture said the original 1903 painting came to UM through the generosity of a private collection and paired with it is another Picasso piece, part of UM's permanent collection.
Barbara Koostra said "Head of a Woman" painting is part of Picasso's Blue Period, a style Picasso went through when he was depressed after the death of a friend.
Koostra said the Blue Period Collection brought Picasso little success at the time but is now considered some of his most popular work.
"It's a wonderful opportunity to see something that's not necessarily in the public domain most of the time. So again, kind of a rarity to see in a public space," Koostra said.
Picasso's pieces will be in the Presidents Office until August 22nd.