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Modèle et Grande Sculpture de dos

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Title -Modèle et Grande Sculpture de dos

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Title -Modèle et Grande Sculpture de dos


Size -267 x 192 mm.; 10 1/2 x 7 5/8 inches

Medium -Etching on Montval laid paper, edition of 300 (Suite Vollard 73)

Year -May 4th

About the artist

Malaga 1881 - 1973 Mougins

Born in 1881 in Malaga in southern Spain, Picasso came to Paris in 1900. His first exhibit was at the gallery of Ambrois Vollard. In these early years in Paris, Picasso produced his Blue and Rose period works. His famous Les Demoiselles d'Avignon of 1907 marked the beginnings of Cubist painting. It was around this time that he met Braque and Matisse as well as established a contract with the dealer Kahnweiler who would become an important theorist of Cubism. His period of close cooperation with Braque culminated in the Cubist works of the summer of 1911 at Ceret. By 1918-1919, Picasso abandoned his "Cubist" idiom and entered a new phase of "Realism" which marked his production of the 1920's and 1930's.

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R. S. Johnson Fine Art

"R. S. Johnson Fine Art is celebrating its fifty-ninth year in its spacious Michigan Avenue gallery. The gallery specializes in museum quality works ranging from Old Masters to Impressionism and Modernism. Featured artists include – Dürer, Rembrandt, Piranesi, Goya, Cassatt, Matisse, Léger and Picasso.

Over the decades, R. S. Johnson’s expert staff has produced more than 160 scholarly catalogs and books, ranging from Old Master prints and drawings to the art of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. These publications are respected internationally for their research and art historical contributions."