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Silky Pablo Picasso - Large Still Life with a pedestal table

CH191985
The Silky is a small, long silk scarf. You can wear it in different ways: around your wrist or neck, in your hair or even on your handbag.

Since 1890, Brochier Soieries has brought a passionate commitment to perpetuating a tradition that goes back to the 16th century: the manufacture of exceptionally...
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Characteristics

Maintenance
Dry cleaning
Material of the original work
Peinture
Artist
Pablo Ruiz Picasso (1881-1973)
Art movement
20th century
Printing Technique
Numérique
Museum
Musée national Picasso-Paris
Material
Silk 100%
Reference
CH191985
EAN
3700247410576
Model dimensions
100cm x 7cm
Original work kept at
Paris, musée national Picasso

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The work and its artist

Pablo Ruiz Picasso (1881-1973)

Pablo Picasso (1881-1973), is a symbol of the 20th century, a painter, sculptor, engraver and ceramist. This immense Spanish artist who came to France at the beginning of the century, became the leader of the cubist movement with his friend Georges Braque. Inventor of unique shapes, innovative in styles and techniques, he is one of the most prolific artists of his time. Thanks to his thirst for creativity, he touched on all the pictorial currents of the twentieth century, surrealism, expressionism or neo-classicism, to become one of the undisputed masters of modern art. Copyright © Ervin Marton Estate