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Pablo Picasso

ACK 0921-1 Pablo Picasso La colombe bleue (Blue Dove) 1961 Colour lithograph Signed in print 63 x 48 cm Reference: Rodrigo 121, Czwiklitzer 207 Created to advertise the Congrès national du mouvement de la paix held in Issy-Les-Moulineaux, France in March 1962, this works displays a beautifully-drawn dove carrying an olive branch. Turning to the … Continue reading Pablo Picasso

Pablo Picasso

HMK 1020-2 Pablo Picasso Colombe au soleil (Dove with Sun), 1962 Lithograph Signature in print 52 x 70 cm Historical Description A symbol of resilience and peace during times of combat, the dove ascends triumphantly above the violence of war. Flowing lines and graceful ease embody the dove’s tranquility and freedom, while juxtaposing with the … Continue reading Pablo Picasso

Pablo Picasso

HMK 0818-70 Pablo Picasso Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) Art print produced for Galerie Maeght, Paris – 305 x 400 mm. This is a lithographic print using an aluminum plate instead of stone. A printing technique, which more and more printers now use to avoid working with the tons of heavy stones. The print has applied the … Continue reading Pablo Picasso

Pablo Picasso

BRK 0417-2 Pablo Picasso Composition from “La Comedie Humaine”, 1954. Signed in the print Picasso. Silkscreen in colours. Visible size 27×35 cm. In the period between November 1953 and February 1954, Picasso performed an extraordinary series of drawings, collectively known as “La Comedie Humaine”. Inspired by the French author Honoré de Balzacs (1829-48) which consisted … Continue reading Pablo Picasso

Pablo Picasso

BRK 0417-6 Pablo Picasso Composition from “La Comedie Humaine”, 1954. Signed in the print Picasso. Silkscreen in colours. Visible size 27×35 cm. In the period between November 1953 and February 1954, Picasso performed an extraordinary series of drawings, collectively known as “La Comedie Humaine”. Inspired by the French author Honoré de Balzacs (1829-48) which consisted … Continue reading Pablo Picasso

Pablo Picasso

BRK 0417-5 Pablo Picasso Composition from “La Comedie Humaine”, 1954. Signed in the print Picasso. Silkscreen in colours. Visible size 27×35 cm. In the period between November 1953 and February 1954, Picasso performed an extraordinary series of drawings, collectively known as “La Comedie Humaine”. Inspired by the French author Honoré de Balzacs (1829-48) which consisted … Continue reading Pablo Picasso

Pablo Picasso

BRK 0417-4 Pablo Picasso Composition from “La Comedie Humaine”, 1954. Signed in the print Picasso. Silkscreen in colours. Visible size 27×35 cm. In the period between November 1953 and February 1954, Picasso performed an extraordinary series of drawings, collectively known as “La Comedie Humaine”. Inspired by the French author Honoré de Balzacs (1829-48) which consisted … Continue reading Pablo Picasso

Pablo Picasso

BRK 0417-3 Pablo Picasso Composition from “La Comedie Humaine”, 1954. Signed in the print Picasso. Silkscreen in colours. Visible size 27×35 cm. In the period between November 1953 and February 1954, Picasso performed an extraordinary series of drawings, collectively known as “La Comedie Humaine”. Inspired by the French author Honoré de Balzacs (1829-48) which consisted … Continue reading Pablo Picasso

Pablo Picasso

BRK 0417-1 SOLD / Not available Pablo Picasso Composition from “La Comedie Humaine”, 1954. Signed in the print Picasso. Silkscreen in colours. Visible size 27×35 cm. In the period between November 1953 and February 1954, Picasso performed an extraordinary series of drawings, collectively known as “La Comedie Humaine”. Inspired by the French author Honoré de … Continue reading Pablo Picasso

Pablo Picasso

0322-2 Pablo Picasso (after painting from 1937)) Maya en tablier (1965) Lithograph in colours on Arches Visible size: 79 x 60 cm Ed. EA/200 Published by Moulot, Paris Historical Description This exquisite portrait, done of Picasso’s first daughter, Maya Picasso, exudes a personal, loving charm in which only a father can relate of his children. … Continue reading Pablo Picasso

Pablo Picasso

     0322-1 Pablo Picasso (after) Le verre d’absinthe (1972) Etching and aquatinte Signed Picasso in pencil 84 x 63 cm Ed. HC/300 Printed and published by Atelier Crommelynk, Paris, with their blindstamp Pablo Picasso ranks among the most significant artists in Western art history, and his extraordinarily wide-ranging body of work definitively shaped the course … Continue reading Pablo Picasso