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Pablo Picasso

Picasso Picasso Lithograph Limited Edition no. 106 (1962)

Artwork Type
Original Art
Dimensions
24x32 in
Techniques
Lithography
Support or surface
Paper
Pablo Picasso Limited Edition Lithograph in color on Arches woven paper. 1962. 53x36.8 cm. Sur les presses de Imprimerie de Fernand Mourlot, Paris 1962. Limited edition 106/150 on arches woven paper. Dated in the matrix ("11.8.59"). This lithograph is Catalogue referenced by Cramer (c118) and is a Numbered Limited edition out of 150, this one being 106. Included with artwork: Gallery Prepared Authentication, Provenance, Reference (c118) and Exemplaire Justification(see image), of which a copy is...
Pablo Picasso Limited Edition Lithograph in color on Arches woven paper. 1962. 53x36.8 cm. Sur les presses de Imprimerie de Fernand Mourlot, Paris 1962. Limited edition 106/150 on arches woven paper. Dated in the matrix ("11.8.59"). This lithograph is Catalogue referenced by Cramer (c118) and is a Numbered Limited edition out of 150, this one being 106. Included with artwork: Gallery Prepared Authentication, Provenance, Reference (c118) and Exemplaire Justification(see image), of which a copy is included.

Picasso made a series of radical interpretations of Manet's "Le Dejuener..." in which Picasso playfully pays hommage to the traditions of art history whilst challenging his predecessor's most potent image... he strips away Manet's realism and takes the female figure back to something more timeless, enduring and primordial...

At 31 1/4 in. x 24 1/2 in. (framed) and being out of a Limited edition of only 150, this is one of the largest and rarest Picasso's.

Professional custom cut and sized frame. Material used: Solid wood moulding, Crescent™ Acid Fee Museum Rag Mat™ + acid free backing and TruVu™ UV Protection Anti Glare Museum™ Glass. Modern Now's in-house framer constructs all of the archival framing to match the same specification of the artworks that are hung in the gallery for the preservation and protection of your artworks.
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