Pablo Picasso - Original lithograph with dry stamp. (After)
Take home this offset lithograph by Pablo Picasso dated 1995 and one of just 250 pieces hand-numbered and displaying the artist's printed signature.
Pablo Ruiz y Picasso, more simply known as Pablo Picasso (Malaga, October 25th, 1881 – Mougins, April 8th, 1973), was a Spanish painter and sculptor, and one of the most influential of the 20th century. A crucial intersection between 19th century tradition and contemporary art, Picasso was an innovative and versatile artist who left an indelible mark on the history of art as the founder - together with Georges Braque - of Cubism.
Following a rather tormented childhood - which is clearly expressed in his paintings from the so-called blue and pink periods - he shot to fame in the 1920s; his universally-renowned works include "Les demoiselles d'Avignon" (1907) and "Guernica" (1937).
By choice of SPADEM (Société de la Propriété Artistique des Dessins et Modèles), this lithograph has hand-cut edges.
- Artist: Pablo Picasso (After)
- Sheet dimensions: 28,9 cm x 38,5 cm
- Signature: PRINTED artist's signature
- Support: Carta Arches France
- Dry stamp: SPADEM Paris
- Numbering: hand numbered in arabic numerals, ex 250
- Year: 1995
- Edges: hand-cut, irregular
- There is a caption on the back of the piece
The work has a facsimile signature bottom right and is numbered bottom left.
Conditions: The board may display some small creases and signs of aging but the details do not detract from the item. The photograph of the artwork may feature colors that differ to those shown on the display.