About the artist: Pablo Picasso, Spanish (1881-1973)
In a time span of over 75 years, Picasso amazed the world with his versatility and genius. His impressionist art captured a unique style that was rich in personal expression and diversity. Picasso bestowed upon the world a legacy of art that was to be admired for generations.
The original Picasso art in our collection was selected from the personal collection inherited by Marina Picasso, Pablo Picasso's granddaughter.
After Pablo Picasso's death in 1973, his granddaughter, Marina authorized the printing of these original Picasso fine art lithographs, which have come to be known as the Picasso Estate Collection.They include: Femme au buste en coeur, Tete de morte et livre, L'Arlesienne, Paloma en bleu, Joueur de flute et gazelle, Femme accoudes au drapeau bleu et rouge. In 1962, at the height of Pablo Ruiz Picasso's career, he produced a notebook of images, which included," Visage 9.1.62 II" and " Visage 9.1.62 III," that demonstrate the greatness of his talent. These works were published posthumously by Picasso's granddaughter, Marina Picasso. The reproductions of "Visage 9.1.62 II" and "Visage 9.1.62 III" are part of this collection.
This collectable and investment grade artwork lithographs were meticulously created after the original works of Picasso (Oil Paintings, Watercolors, Pastels, Charcoal Drawings, etc.) by Master Chromist Marcel Salinas, who worked closely with Picasso in his lifetime. These rare and highly desirable prints have sold in galleries across the United States and Europe.
SPADEM, the French society for the protection of copyrighted art, has endorsed and approved the Marina Picasso Collection. These works are some of the only editions approved by Picasso's family after his death.These items, printed in the early 1980's, have not been sold and re-sold over time. The origin of these lithographs can be traced directly back to 1980 when the Marina Picasso Collection came into being.
They are printed in an edition of 500 of each of these limited edition works, and each one has 34 artist's proofs.
They are printed on first-quality Arches paper. To ensure authenticity, each print is signed and numbered in pencil by Marina Picasso and embossed with the estate and chromist's seals. This seal is Marina's personal guarantee to you, the collector, that the reproduction is genuinely a part of the Picasso legacy. On the back of each lithograph is a dry stamp, in English and French, indicating the name and date of the original creation of the work, the date of publication and "Approved by the heirs of Pablo Picasso".
- Limited Edition Picasso Lithograph (With Certificate Of Auth.) Homme Debout Avec Barbiche,MSRP: $350Current: $0.00Time Left
- Limited Edition Picasso Lithograph (With Certificate Of Auth.) Femme Dans Un Fauteuil, MSRP: $350Current: $0.00Time Left
- Limited Edition Picasso Lithograph (With Certificate Of Auth.) Le Bouquet, MSRP: $350Current: $0.00Time Left
- Limited Edition Picasso Lithograph (With Certificate Of Auth.) Sylvette De Profil Gouche, MSRP: $350Current: $0.00Time Left