A new Picasso has taken up residence at the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington. It is a rare oval oil painting, "A Glass on a Table" (1913), that exemplifies Picasso's early creative visual experiments. The painting, a gift to the Corcoran in memory of Ingrid and Morton Leeds, is on display through June 22 as the focus of an exhibit of five Cubist-inspired works and a Picasso etching.

- What is billed as the first major exhibition of George Segal in some 20 years is now on display at the Jewish Museum. The exhibition features works from 1958 to 1996 by the pop artist known for evocative sculptures of everyday people in urban environments. Besides his free-standing sculptures, the exhibition, continuing through Oct. 4, will include early pastels, recent larger-than-life portrait drawings and other works.