Friday, 20 June 2008

'Femme' - Pablo Picasso

                           Pis4-l

See, I told you Picasso could draw when he wanted.  Pablo Picasso never got called an arsehole.

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Blogger Jeff Perren said...

Man, could he. If you ever doubt it, check out this early work.

(Unfortunately, it also demonstrates what a con man he was, since he could do this but chose to do the crap for which he is famous.)

First Communion

20 Jun 2008, 08:11:00  
Blogger Lyndon said...

If I'm ever making a biscuit tin I'll be sure and put first communion on it. (not that it's bad, you understand)

I may have actually seen it; I believe it was the museo picasso I went to. The thing that actually struk was two rooms worth of cubist studies on somebody's old-masterwork group portrait. I think it's fair to say he wasn't just faffing about.

20 Jun 2008, 11:02:00  
Blogger Lyndon said...

And it might be fashionable of me, but I think the picasso drawing with don quixote and the windmills i pretty ramarkable too.

20 Jun 2008, 11:06:00  
Anonymous Chris Smith said...

Is "Femme'-Picasso" the reproduction of "Fraction of a Woman's Body"? I have found it under this other name. Do you know how much an original on some type of tan canvas and framed in an old thin wooden frame is worth? Your thoughts would be greatly appreciated.

16 Oct 2009, 12:26:00  

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