"Tete de Morte, Lampe Cruches et Poireaux" by Pablo Picasso
Lithograph on Arches paper
22" x 30" (archival matted to 20" x 24")
32" x 36"
Lithograph on Arches art paper, of the father of Cubism, Pablo Picasso's work, "Tete de Morte, Lampe Cruches et Poireaux". This piece, reference number 24-8, is signed and numbered (34 of 500) by the Collection Marina Picasso, embossed with the Picasso Estate seal, contains the Ink Stamp on the Verso "Approved by the heirs of Pablo Picasso, and comes with a Griffin Gallery certificate guaranteeing its authenticity. It is from one of Picasso's best, rarest, and most desirable suites he ever created, using his daring vision and unmatched genius to illustrate elaborate portraits of morbid still life in his cubist style. The artwork is of impressive craftsmanship and size, measuring approximately 22" x 30" (archival matted to 20" x 24") and 32" x 36" with the elegant custom frame.