PABLO PICASSO | PICASSO DE 1916 À 1961 (B. 1040; M. 369; SEE CRAMER BOOKS 117)
PABLO PICASSO | PICASSO DE 1916 À 1961 (B. 1040; M. 369; SEE CRAMER BOOKS 117)
PABLO PICASSO | PICASSO DE 1916 À 1961 (B. 1040; M. 369; SEE CRAMER BOOKS 117)
PABLO PICASSO | PICASSO DE 1916 À 1961 (B. 1040; M. 369; SEE CRAMER BOOKS 117)
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PABLO PICASSO | PICASSO DE 1916 À 1961 (B. 1040; M. 369; SEE CRAMER BOOKS 117)

Estimate: 200 - 300 GBP

PABLO PICASSO | PICASSO DE 1916 À 1961 (B. 1040; M. 369; SEE CRAMER BOOKS 117)

Estimate: 200 - 300 GBP

Lot Sold:2,250GBP

Lot Details

Description

PABLO PICASSO

1881 - 1973

PICASSO DE 1916 À 1961 (B. 1040; M. 369; SEE CRAMER BOOKS 117)


Lithograph, circa 1962, from 'Picasso de 1916 à 1961', with the artist's stamped signature, with the inscription 'épreuve d'essai', an artist's proof aside from the edition of 255, on Arches wove paper, with the Marina Picasso inkstamp verso (L. 3698), unframed

sheet: 275 by 285mm 14¾ by 11¼in



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Condition Report

The full sheet, in good condition apart from some minor paper discoloration, unframed.


(Faint offsetting verso from Mourlot 373 is inherent to production).


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