Original signed etching from the 1950's, titled: "POUR ROBY". This item comes with certificate and embossed seal of authenticity from the Societe the Verfication de la Nouvelle Gravure Internationale of. Created by the Collector's Guild of New York. The Collector's Guild certifies and warrants that this is an original etching by Pablo Picasso.The Certificate refers to Picasso as still alive, this etching was pulled in the 1950's, Picasso died in 1973. This item is called "L'Age de Soleil" or "Pour Roby". This etching comes professionally framed in an elegant mahogany tone wood frame and is in very good condition. See photos to get a better view of this great work of art. Dimensions are 14"x 17" framed, and 6" x 8" image only. POUR ROBIE by Pablo Picasso. Very little need be said of the legendary Picasso.
This original etching "Pour Roby" is a classic example of his genius. Signed and titled in the plate by Picasso, the signature, of course, appears in reverse in the pull.
Applying a precious quality to the limitation of the line, he has captured the character of a close friend. Works of this great artist stand in every museum in the world.Spain, Pablo Picasso nurtured his artistic talents in. As a youth before moving to. In 1906, where he tapped into the nerve of the Parisian art community alongside Braque and Matisse and joined later by Miro and Chagall. Within his creative environment and with war and social uprising always on his doorstep, Picasso cut new paths, experimented with virtually every medium available to him and ultimately created work that was nothing less than revolutionary and captivating. Throughout his long artistic career, the bulk of his energy was devoted to depicting the human form in thought-provoking and often unorthodox ways. Nowhere is his massive body of art more apparent than among his graphic works. Pablo Picasso , a great draftsman and a master of the line, expressed the graphic arts are , my favorite medium of expression. The process of printmaking requires a balance of mastery and inventiveness and Picasso possessed both! He was imaginative with the use of traditional methods and was able to coax out new and inventive techniques to further his artistic intent in printmaking. Phillippe de Montebello, former Director of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, explained. Picasso, the foremost painter and sculptor of our century is also it's greatest printmaker. The more he is studied the more one perceives how intimately related are the life and the images he created. Nowhere in his oeuvre is this better demonstrated than in his prints.
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