Pablo Picasso

Available works

Femme assise (1943)

Etching printed in rouge sombre (dark red), 1943, signed in blue crayon, a
proof aside from the edition of 200, from Contree, on Winsor and Newton
wove paper.
Sheet: 14.9x11.25 in. (37.8x28.5cm) Plate: 9.5x5.13 in. (24.3x13cm)

Femmes a' leur toilette

From the collection of Marina Picasso.
Linoleum cut printed in brown, 1956, stamped with artist’s signature,
inscribed “linogravure inedit”, an unpublished trial proof as cited in Baer,
there was no published edition of this subject, printed by Arnena,
Vallauris, on wove paper, with Marina Picasso inkstamp verso (L. 3698)
Sheet: 673 by 502mm – 26.5 by 19.75in
Framed 910 by 780mm

En la taverna (1934)

(At the Cabaret, or Catalan Fishermen at the Broadside)

Etching, 1934, printed in 1961, with the stamped signature and numbered 3/50 in pencil (total edition includes 19 artist proofs, on Richard de Bas laid paper. Sheet: 16x19.75 in. (40.7x50.2cm)

Plate: 9.25x11.75 in. (23.7x29.7cm)

L' aveille

From the collection of Marina Picasso.
Aquatint and drypoint, 1936 from ‘Picasso Eaux-fortes originales pour les textes de Buffon’. One of six impressions of Baer’s state II.A, printed before steel facing by Lacouriere, Paris, before the published edition of 226, on Montval laid paper, with the Marina Picasso inkstamp verso (L.3698).
Plate: 418 by 314mm - 16.4 by 12.4 in
Sheet: 442 by 332mm – 17.4 by 13.13in

Les jeux et la lecture (1953)

Lithograph, on Arches paper, with full margins
Provenance: Pace Editions, NY
Literature: Georges Bloch 741, Fernand Mourlot 240, Felix Reube 626
Signature in red crayon (an artist’s proof, the numbered edition was 50)
Sheet: 19.85x26 in. (50.5x66cm) 

I. 18.85x24.57 in. (47.9x62.5cm)

Portrait de femme II (1955)

Lithograph, signed in pencil and numbered 25/50 on Arches wove paper.
Sheet: 261/8x193/4 in. (66.4x50cm)

Sueno y mentira de Franco

From the collection of Marina Picasso.
Etching and aquatint, 1937, an illustration from “Sueno y mentira de Franco”, with the inscription “avant acierage” verso, an artist’s proof before steel facing, there is no published edition of the individual plates, printed by Lacouriere, Paris on Montval laid paper, with Marina Picasso
inkstamp verso (L. 3698).
Sheet: 95 by 143mm / 35/8 by 55/8 in

Visage et tauromachie

From the collection of Marina Picasso. Aquatint, 1960-61, printing with plate tone, with the artist’s stamped signature, with inscriptions ‘epreuve unique’ and ‘sur tole’, a unique proof, this impression cited in Baer, there was no published edition of this subject, printed by Frelaut, Paris, on BFK Rives wove paper, with Marina Picasso inkstamp verso (L. 3698)

Size: 50x65cm

Painture (book)

The complete book, comprising one lithograph printed in colors on the cover and 20 pages of reproductions, 1957, with introductory text by Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler, from the edition of 4,000, on wove paper, the lithograph printed by Mourlot, published for the exhibition at Galerie Louise Leiris, Paris, March - April 1957

image: 160 by 125 mm 6¼ by 4⅞ in

overall: 166 by 167 by 5 mm 6½ by 6½ by ¼ in

Le chef d' oeuvre inconnu

The book, comprising six etchings, 1931, numbered 248, from the edition of 305, on Rives wove paper, loose, with text, justification, title page and table of contents, printed by Fort, published by Vollard, Paris, contained in the original Montval laid paper wrappers with wood engravings, lacking seven plates (6 prints)

plates: 194 by 277 mm 7⅝ by 10⅞ in

overall: 330 by 268 by 30 mm 13 by 10½ by 1¼ in

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