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BY PABLO PICASSO
Lithograph in colors after the painting "Dora Maar" from 1944.
Czwiklitzer 104. Rodrigo 038. Signed, numbered and with the typographic inscription "Mourlot Lith.". From an edition of 100 copies. On BFK Rives wove paper (with watermark). 92 x 60.2 cm (36.2 x 23.7 in). Sheet: 104,5 x 69,9 cm (41,1 x 27,5 in).
Printed by Fernand Mourlot, Paris. Poster before letters for the Picasso exhibition at Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris, June-October 1955. [AR].
During his lifetime Picasso made many posters for his exhibitions himself, today they are on display at many international museums.
His wifes and lovers repeatedly served him as model, in this case the very successful photographer Dora Maar.
Picasso's female portraits are among the 20th century's most famous artworks.
PROVENANCE: Private collection Southern Germany.
92 x 60.2 cm (36.2 x 23.7 in). Sheet: 104,5 x 69,9 cm (41,1 x 27,5 in).
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