Pablo Picasso - Signed lithographs and drawings by hand.
Pablo Picasso (1881 – 1973) was a Spanish painter, sculptor, printmaker, ceramicist, stage designer, poet and playwright who spent most of his adult life in France. Regarded as one of the most influential artists of the 20th century, he is known for co-founding the Cubist movement,
Stunning investment piece.
An original and rare lithograph on which Pablo Picasso has drawn the head of faun and signed the work with a blue pencil.
This original lithograph is from a limited edition of just 300 proofs produced in 1948 on Crêvecoeur du Marais paper. Picasso has however transformed what is already a rare and collectable work in its own right, into one that is both stunning and truly unique. Using the lithographic illustration as a base he has built onto the image with stylised detail added in blue crayon, in the process altering the simple printed image into one of great warmth and charm. With a final flourish Picasso has then added a striking signature.
The work is similar in topic and style to other work produced by Picasso that year in particular 'Faune Souriant'
The work is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity produced in 2012 by Claude Picasso, the artist's son and executor.
The lithograph measures 40 x 60cm and has been framed to museum standards.
Ref: (Czwiklitzer 397)
A pair of lithographs created to promote the exhibition of ceramics at Vallauris.
These pieces are in excellent condition and come from the collection of an eminent collector in the South of France.
Very rare hand-signed linocut. This stunning linocut printed in colours has been hand-signed by Picasso in crayon and numbered 144/175.
An extremely sought after poster in it's own right but considerably enhanced by the addition of the artists signature.
Ref: Bloch (B.1277) and Czwiklitzer "The posters of Picasso" n°24.
An iconic and charming lithograph printed in colours, 1961, on Arches wove paper. Produced to illustrate the poster for the forthcoming Congress for World Peace and disarmament meetings that happened across the world in 1962 (see below for the final poster)
Poster for the Congrès mondial pour le désarmement et la paix in Moscow, July 9th to 14th, 1962, printed in photolithograph by Mourlot. Text in several languages, here in french.
Ref : Czwiklitzer n°201
A lithograph from an edition of 300 copies published and printed in 1972 by Mourlot, Paris, with their stamp on the reverse. From the series "Au Baiser d'Avignon"
Printed on heavy Arches watermarked vellum paper with full margins, the sheet measuring 40 x 50 cm before framing.
Two lithographs from an edition of just 64.
On the 11th April, 1949, Picasso made four ink wash drawings specifically to accompany the poem 'The Elegy of Iphetonga' &'The Masks of Ashes'
A offset lithograph in black with one pass of red in lithography.
Ref: Rodrigo, Vol. I, 225, pg. 478.
A simply stunning lithograph, first produced to promote the exhibition 'Picasso, 85 gravures' at the Galerie Berggruen, Paris, in 1966. Ref:Czwiklitzer 228
Framed to museum standard.
Produced by Mourlot and measuring 78 x 50 cm.
In superb condition. Mounted and framed.
Carnet de la Californie was printed at Mourlot Studios, the famed lithographic print shop that specialized in artist collaborations—Picasso himself made more than four hundred lithographs at Mourlot between 1945 and 1969.
Their reproduction of the sketchbook showcased the printmakers’ prowess and even reproduces the brush strokes and pressure of the colored pencils with an accuracy that makes each work feel like the original.
The works are in pristine condition, they are beautiful, richly inked and framed to museum standards.
Each lithograph measures 42 x 27cm (54.5 x 39cm framed)
Jacqueline In Turkish Clothing
Three drawings of a woman in Turkish clothing, which may have been variations for his painting Jacqueline in Turkish Costume (1955), a portrait of his second wife, Jacqueline Roque.
Each lithograph is taken from the limited edition of exact replicas of Picasso's 1955 sketchbook, published by Circle d'Art in 1959.
A pair of terracotta pitchers, both Partially engraved, with black engobe.Conceived on 30 August 1963 and executed in numbered editions of 300.
Both stamped, marked and numbered 'Edition Picasso / Madoura Plein Feu / Edition Picasso
Yan soleil (A.R. 516)
Numbered 86/300' (underneath)
Height: 10¼ in. (26 cm.)
Yan bandeau noir (A.R. 514)
Numbered 29/300' (underneath)
Height: 10½ in. (26.6 cm.)
A pair of the renowned linocuts produced in 1962.
Picasso began making linoleum cuts during the late 1950's when the originals of these images were issued by Gallerie Louise Leiris in signed editions of 50.
In 1962 Picasso and the Louise Leiris Gallery cooperated again with the production of a facsimile edition of the linocuts, meticulously recreated in reduced size.
This impression from the sought-after 1962 edition was published on heavy wove paper with a richly textured printed surface.
Framed and glazed.
One of the 20th centuries most recognisable images in its original intended form.
An extremely rare and exceptionally beautiful, large aquatint in colours, produced circa 1960, on Rives BFK wove paper.