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Category: Art > Picasso

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Auction Starts: 6/10/2018 11:00:00 AM ET

Auction Ends: 6/18/2018 3:00:00 PM ET


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Artist: Pablo Picasso (b. 1881-d. 1973)

Title: The Rape of Sabine Woman

Medium: Fine Art Giclee on Paper

Signature: It is signed "Collection Domaine Picasso" on the bottom right in pencil. It is also embossed stamped on the bottom left with "Collection Domaine Picasso."

Limited Edition: 500

Image Size: Approximately 10 inches x 13 inches

Paper Size: Approximately 13 inches x 20 inches

Framed: Unframed

Biography: Picasso, Pablo (1881-1973). Spanish painter, born in Malaga. He studied principally in Barcelona where he lived from 1895 to 1904. He showed prodigious artistic ability from his youth. His paintings of 1901-4 (his "blue period") are mainly of poor and suffering people. Settling in Paris in 1904, his home until 1945, he began to meet artists and writers and his early patrons, the Steins, Uhde and Shchukin. The pessimism of his earlier work gave way to the so called "rose period’, lighter in mood and palette. He exhibited in the 1st Surrealist exhibition (Paris, 1925) and contributed etchings and writings to official Surrealist literature. Picasso’s most original sculpture includes Cubist bronzes. Leaving Paris in 1946 he subsequently lived in Antibes, Vallauris (1948-58), and Vauvenargues. His post-war work includes family portraits and several variations on works by other artists as well as a prodigious volume to graphic work and ceramics. Prolifically productive to the end of his life, he was one of the most versatile and influential artists of the century.

Warranty: Item GUARANTEED to be as described

Auction Estimate: $500.00/$700.00