Portrait of Dora Maar Cushion cover
Dora Maar painter and photographer was the companion of Picasso in the front-war years. It was the privileged witness of the creation of Guernica which she photographed various stages of this iconic painting of the 20th century.
Picasso painted many portraits of Dora in the guise of a woman tormented, symbolic of the political atmosphere of this period.
The original work (46x55cm - oil) is preserved at the Musée Picasso in Paris. Donation in 1979.
Jules Pansu knows how to use different techniques to recreate the strokes of a brush in this nearly identical reprodution. Jules Pansu knows how to use different techniques to recreate the strokes of a brush in this nearly identical reproduction.
The works were reproduced without modification, in strict compliance with the original colors and in full, perfectly faithful to Picasso's paintings with the agreement of the Picasso Estate.
The Jules Pansu company is the only weaver allowed to create a collection from the paintings of Pablo Picasso with approval from the Picasso Administration.