Pablo Picasso) - (1881-1973).
Published in 1995, dated in the plate.
Signed in the plate.
The sheet is not folded/irregular on 4 sides 180/200 gsm
S.P.A.D.E.M. Paris in the plate, authenticity guaranteed.
Edition 1995, dated on the back.
Text and printing proof on the back.
Size: 38.5 x 28.5 cm.
Image: 32 x 26 cm.
In very good condition, the work is 24 years old!
Carefully packaged and tracked international parcel.
The crying woman theme coincides with a period of drama both, private and political.
It symbolizes the distress of Spanish women during the civil war.
Her face expresses the horror experienced in Spain.
It is also the face of Dora Maar whose exalted temperament is prone to thunderstorms and splinters.
It is also true that Dora Maar is a politicized partner.
On an roughly brushed mauve background the dark grey face stands out as if it was in relief, similar to soil, of the woman whose features are growing hollow like grooves.
The large pointy triangle of the handkerchief, like a threatening object, creates a white hole in the composition
The green and yellow highlights accentuate this vision of despair and distress.
The face design is simplified; the eyes are shaped as tears.
Pablo Picasso, is universally recognized as the greatest artist of the century em XX (can be with Dali in a completely different genre). This work is part of a collection of rarities, most of little or no views of the artist. The collection consists mainly of paintings, sketches, studies, and lesser-known drawings from many periods of the most prolific artist of our time.
All these works are not always the most 'beautiful' in the aesthetic sense of the word, but all are interesting, exciting, because they represent a part of the journey of this incomparable artist, as many testimonies of the course of that true creative genius.
To be discovered.
- Pablo Picasso 1881 - 1973)
- Titel des Kunstwerks
- Femme qui pleure (1937)
- 1910-1919, 1990-1999
- Wie neu
- 32×26 cm
- 38×28×38 cm
- Verkauf mit Rahmen