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Sculpteur Devant sa Sellette, avec un Spectateur Barbu

Item Code: PP-sm-9-s
Medium
Aquatint
Date of Work
1964
Edition Number
HC
Edition Size
85
Signed
Signed
Height (cm)
38
Width (cm)
27.5
Base price $15,466
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Signed original aquatint.

Hors Commerce aside from the edition of 20 on Japon paper.

From the Sable Mouvant suite.

Printed by Crommelynck in 1966.
Published by Louis Broder.

Picasso's illustrations for Sable mouvant (Quicksand), Pierre Reverdy's last poem, depict the artist working with his model, selected from the series entitled: Peintre et modèle which Picasso worked on from 1963 to 1965. Eight out of the ten painterly aquatints depict the artist, painter or sculptor, before a female model in his studio. The work was issued as a tribute to Reverdy who died in 1960 and who had played a significant role within the group of Surrealist artists and writers including Guillaume Apollinaire, Max Jacob, Georges Braque, Juan Gris, André Breton and Picasso.
Pablo Picasso PortraitPablo Picasso was born in Spain in 1881 and was to become the most famous, versatile, prolific and influential artist of the 20th Century. The son of a painting and drawing master, he was remarkably precocious, mastering academic draughtsmanship when still a child. By the 1920s Picasso had established himself as a world famous painter and his reputation and status continued to grow.

It is our good fortune that Picasso had such a great love of printmaking. By the time he died in 1973 he had produced a substantial body of original etchings, lithographs and linocuts, which rank with the greatest prints of the 20th Century. While the ownership of an original painting is, for the majority of us, out of the question, his original prints made in small editions remain relatively accessible.
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