Pablo Picasso painting with painting underneathmark nelms
I desperately need help with my Picasso painting.I have a painting oil on board 18x24 cubist style,it does have a painting underneath.Please email@example.com
clown on a horseLaurel Dennison
My mother worked for a family for years and at some point they gave her this painting, it is not a poster or anything like that I am just curious, not looking to sell or anything just want some real info
Strolling Player and ChildLinda Grice
I have a large picture of or plainting/ water color of Strolling Player and Child.I have had it a few years I research it at one time and was told it was callled actor and child now I am told it's callrd Strolling Player and Child. i need ifo on this/very old
Picasso..Hands holding flowersmark
I have a painting that i received from my grandmother dated 21.4.58. Would like to get more info on the painting.
Pablo Picasso Don QuixoteRon
I recently puchased a Pablo Picasso Don Quixote Picture on canvas.It measures about 17.5 inches wide and about 21.5 inches tall.The canvas color on the front is a yello color and on the back is white.I just wanted to know if there were earlier reproductions done of this painting on canvas that make them more valuable then later reproductions on canvas.
Japanese lady on silkcolleen sullivan
I have a silk painting of a japanese lady on silk . She is kneeling on a floral pillow. Herr blouse is a green blue color. Bottom of dress is grey . On left there is a shelf with blue cae with flowers. Also what look like a blue egg. Writting on top left with red stamp under that. In side the red stamp it appears to start with two crossesto right a bird house sorta more ounder those. Do you have any info on this silk ? It is edged in silk ribbon around picture and mounted on frame. frame is all covered in another sort of burnt red paper. . Thank you
I think I may own an orginal Picasso oil on canvas painting. How do I know?daphne
Any feedback is greatly appreciated. This painting is signed in bold red lettering "Picasso and underlined". It is framed in wood and depicts a downtown scene in Italy or France. Colors are bold and brillant. The town is vibrant, horse and buggy carriages are heading forward and gas-light poles align the track-laden street. The building are one- and two-stories and feature beautiful valances and awnings. Four beautiful ladies are crossing the street, faces turned forward, there backs are turned. The day is gray and damp, as everyone are wearing coats and hats. It is an autumn scene. The greens, yellows, reds, whites, blacks, and orange are beautifully illustrated. Any feedback is greatly appreciated! I would love to determine this artwork's authenticity.
question about "hands holding flowers" printron
My Mom purchased a 19"x25" framed "hands holding flowers" print on canvas that reportedly was originally in Picasso's New York gallery on April 21, 1958. It was the original print used as the placeholder for the original art work. There are some black ink marks on the poster similar to the black ink used by Picasso to sign the work. It appears to be "570". Is there anyway to determine if this history is accurate?
All your paintings/prints are fake. Out of a million "picasso" paintings only one will be real. Just enjoy your print/painting for what it is. It's fake but it's still art.
Picasso Pencil StudyNeil Doolin
I have a pencil drawing about 15" x 10 1/2" that looks as if it could be a study. It is entitled Dos Figuras y un Gato, i.e., Two Figures and a Cat. I have found that there is a large oil painting that looks like this sketch, this drawing also has some color and some very faint erotic drawings throughout the background. Apparently it is from Picasso's blue period in the early 1900s. It is a sketch of a man performing cunnilingus on a woman with a cat watching. Does anyone have any idea how to determine if this is real? It looks old, it looks like the sketch was folded at one time and does have Picasso hand printed in the upper right side of the drawing.
Possible Picasso drawingsKaren B
Around 15 years ago I purchased a "lot" of drawings, etchings, wood cut prints, and watercolor/acrylic/oil paintings from the last day of a a suburban fine art gallery. There are around 50 pieces, many signed and some unsigned. The sketches that I have, which appear to either be Picasso, or a student of his, possibly, were on a sketch pad from "libraries Gibert-Paris. Under that is says papeterie a prix exceptionnels. Most of the works included in the lot that I purchased are from 1933-1945. Where can I research and find out if these pencil drawings are authentic? Did Picasso ever do drawings on a tablet of paper that were unsigned?
gus aranda (08/08/2011)
The GREEN BOY BY PICASSO SIGNED ON THE LEFT SIDE.WHITE WITH GREEN BACKGROUND OF BOY.IVE SEEN THE PAINTING.BLUE PERIOD.
Jester on a HorseKristin VH
I have an original signed drawing of a Jester on a Horse. Please advise what this work of art maybe worth?
pablo picassoJoseph F.Castro Jr.
Many yrs ago my father did some carpentry work for a gentleman.Upon completion of the work the gentleman told my father he could have any of his works of art.My father picked what he thought was an original picasso. He always told us that this sketch was worth a lot of money. It is hard to describe the sketch but if anyone is interested in viewing the sketch I would be happy to take a picture of it and send it thru email for your opinions. Thank you for your help in advance.
Do people really find (Genuine) Million-Dollar Picassos?Les Fox
Do you own an "unquestionably genuine" and valuable painting or other work of art (not a print, lithograph or limited edition) by Pablo Picasso that you bought for a small amount of money? N.Y. Times bestselling authors Les and Sue Fox are doing research for a new book titled "The Art Buyer's Handbook" to be published in 2011 or 2012. The book will feature stories of "unexpected discoveries" of famous art - like Joseph Decker's "Ripening Pears", a masterpiece bought at a garage sale for $5 and later sold to the National Gallery Of Art for $1,000,000. (Seriously.) Unfortunately, most original Picassos turn out to be fakes, especially oil paintings. Famous and valuable artists are the natural target of expert forgers, and some people can paint "Picassos" that really look like the work of the master. Picasso experts can often discredit the fakes based on type of canvas, age of paint, stylistic errors and other forensic or artistic detection factors. And usually, if not always, an important work of art can be authenticated or rejected on the basis of provenance. (Original invoice, museum exhibitions, letters, book references, etc.) The "Picasso" signature is easily copied. Note: Picasso paintings don't just "turn up" at garage sales. They come from important collections, patrons of the arts, family and friends of the artist, museum deaccessions, and, of course, sometimes they are stolen. But...if you own, or know someone who bought a genuine Picasso for a small amount of money and it is actually worth "a lot of money", we'd like to publish your story in our new book. The facts must be verified, and your name will remain confidential, unless you would like us to publish it. We are not offering to authenticate Picassos. We are only interested in stories involving original, genuine and valuable art, preferably an oil painting. We only want to publish a great (and true) story where someone bought a real Picasso for a fraction of its value. Looking forward to hearing from you. Les Fox / West Highland Publishing / West Highland Art Auction Brokers.
Collection Domaine Picasso
I'm interested in learning about this collection -- was it authorized by his granddaughter, is it strictly giclee prints, etc.? I would appreciate any information. Thanks. Jeanne
Have a pitcher bought in Valleris in the sixties. Shows two devils heads-one white and one black. The black devil doesn't show any teeth but poosibly a tongue.Thw white devil is smiling. Have found similar on the nest but no exact copy.98/300 Edition Picasso, Madoura. Does anyone know anything about this? Are all the devils heads different in the same edition?
Nude Descending a Staircase No. 2 is a Male
Frank Sellers (04/03/2010)
In the French title of the work, ''Nu descendant un escalier n° 2'', the word ''nu'' for ''nude'' is a masculine noun. Although the figure is always referred to as a female, the female word for a nude in French is ''nue'' with an ''e'' on the end.
Also, one does not need a particular gift of insight regarding subliminal imagery to see the several obvious penises in the painting, which appear to go from flaccid (on the left) to erect (on the right) as the nude presumably descends.
Perhaps this was a private joke Duchamp was playing. And perhaps this is the real reason this work was rejected from the Cubist show at the [[Salon des Indépendants]] in Paris—not because nudes always posed on repose as he had allegedly been told, but because jurist [[Albert Gleizes]] and Duchamp's brothers, [[Jacques Villon]] and [[Raymond Duchamp-Villon]], saw the not-so-well hidden phallic imagery and thought it best to pull the piece (no pun intended) rather than risk a scandal lest the wealthy patrons attending the show ''not'' fail to miss a plethora of penises on display mere inches away from the tips of their snooty little noses.
Then, as now, and ever since ancient Greece, only flaccid penises have been deemed artistically acceptable in Western art while erect penises have always been considered somehow vulgar and obscene. (Though how all those Sabine women were raped in so many paintings over the centuries I'll never know.)
Picasso successALicia Dunn
My friend is thoroughly convinced that Picasso was not successful while he was alive.
Can anyone tell me what his highest paid painting was while he was still living?
Bullfights by picassoAnne Gillock
When did Pablo Picasso create this watercolor(?)?
Picasso Oil Painting?Diana Barr
I have an oil painting that I found tucked away behind other artwork at an estate sale. Note: I bought some other pieces by different artists and the others that I purchased were authentic and sold at auction. This one in particular I cannot find any information about. It is a oil painting 18 x 24 and it is signed Picasso 3-69 in the upper right hand corner of painting. It is a painting of what I think is a womans face. Her hair is parted in the middle. One side red the other yellow. The painting is dark colors grays, blues, yellow, red, black.If you look at the painting you could see the womans face as a frontal piece, but you also see a side view of the womans face because of the way the nose was painted. I am not sure where I should turn to find out information. I have searched internet and still can't find out information. Any help would be appreciated.
Picasso girl with dogPaula
I am trying to find out more information on the painting "jeune fille avec chien" girl with her back toward you petting a dog. I know its from 1905 and a companion to boy with a dog.
Any information would be great.
Dealer's opinionDouglas N Smith
Folks, if your Picasso lacks a Gallery seal or lot number, 99[%] chance your artwork is a fake. I sold a Picasso once at a prestigious auction in New York. The auction house seriously stated to me, "the provenance is worth more than the artwork." I am amazed at all of the $1 million Picasso's being sold online for a few hundred dollars!!!!!!! P.T Barnum was right. A sucker is born every minute...
Jeune Fille Endormie, da. 1935 by PicassoAmy Tirre
I am trying to identify the owner of and any sales of "Jeune Fille Endormie" dated 1935 by Pablo Picasso. It is 18"x 22" oil on canvas and signed in the upper left. Any information is welcome. Thank you.
picasso's white clownsue
I WOULD LIKE MORE INFO ABOUT THE WHITE CLOWN THAT dm grady DESCRBIED, I PURCHASED EXACTLY WHAT HE DESCRIBED AND WOULD LIKE TO KNOW MORE. I PURCHASED MINE AT AN ESTATE AUCTION AFTER THE PASSING OF IT'S OWNERS SO I DON'T KNOW MUCH MORE. I JUST FOUND IT INTERESTING THAT IT HAD AN ACTUAL AUTOGRAPH PAINTED ON IT AND IT MATCHED THE AUTOGRAPHS OF THE PAINTINGS ON THE INTERNET OF PICASSO. ANY HELP WOULD BE APPRECIATED. SUE
white clowndm grady
The White Clown (white figure. green background, brown paper --- is an authentic .56., PPicasso image. It was created in 1901 and can be found on the on-line Picasso site. The reference number os OPP.01.226. It also appears in the other comprehensive catalogues --- see Z.I. 56. P.I.672 DB.VI.7.
I do not, however, know the origin of the pochoir lithographs about which people are talking here. I do know, however, that they've been around for a while --- my wife's family has had one since at least the 1950's.
clown on a horseyvonne
I purchased a painting at a thrift store a year ago. It is old and marked A.M studios. It also has s.p.a.d.e.m on it. In the middle it says chanel on a horse. It also has picasso signed on it. How can I authenticate it please?
Picasso - collection of marina picasso 1997 #93/99eliot
I found a beautifully framed, very high quality expensive framing and matting.. Inside is a beautiful piece that says Paris ( i think) with handwriting at the bottom that says, Collection of marina picasso 1997 97/99.
Coincidentally i have a picasso book, called l'ceuvre grave de picasso from 1955 and i found a version w/ less intricate details but of same work, called "david et Bethsabee. 1947, M 109 iv. lithographie. Also the piece I have has two watermarks, one that says Picasso. Also seems to have signed in stone, Also has round watermark that says like" europe edition limited edition, stone signed lithograph"
I know Marina Picasso has done some editions.. I am trying to find out and make sure this is a legitimate authentic piece.. please help or direct me... thank you.
who owns the original 1955 ink drawing by picasso of 'don quixote'?
My mother passed away a couple of years ago and I have one of the White Clown paintings in my possession as well. The painting was given to my mother by her husband approximately 35 years ago. Her husband was given the painting from his sister who allegedly acquired it while she was living in France. Very interesting to learn that my painting is apparently one of many......
Picasso or not?Giorgio Tedeschi
I have a painting that may be attributed to Picasso; the signature though is not "Picasso" but "Ruiz". Is it true that in his first years he signed his work with his father's last name (Ruiz) before deciding to use his mother's maiden last name (Picasso)? This painting has a ballerina dancing with Arlequin in the center surrounded by several other ballerinas in a Degas style.
Clown with acrobatPrudy
I have a small painting of a cown in yellow with an acrobat in blue on the clown's right side. It is painted on some type of board, some pencil lines are showing. I don't know what medium it is painted in but it does have a shiny finish, maybe sprayed. It appears to be quite old. It is signed Picasso on the lower right hand corner. Any info? Thanks.
woman in chairTerry Lee
My wife and I received a portrait of a young woman from her grandmother about twenty years ago. The woman in the portrait is sitting in a chair with her arms crossed and her head tilted slighty up. She is wearing either a white dress or night gown and has picasso signature in the lower right corner. I have searched the web and can not find anything by Picasso that resembles the portrait. Does anyone have any information on this print.
Picasso White Clownguy
Somebody found one of these "White Clowns", a figure of a white clown on a bold green background done on thin brown paper, at a thrift store in Florida last year and I also found one at an estate sale a couple years ago.It is very hard to get any info on these ,no one is willing to do any back checking to see if they are real or forgeries or what they are. I have found a couple of others on eBay as well over the years and I took mine to a "supposed" expert only to be shown a photo of yet another one she looked at and didn't know what it was either. Here's the thing, every one that I saw,now about three or four, was basically the same, yet just a little bit different.It is obvious that these are hand done,probably gouche or tempura, and done very quickly with very broad brush strokes,the green being applied with a very wide brush. One eBay auction said that they were done at a gallery opening in Paris back in the late thirties, early forties by him in a large edition,like 1500, to raise money so he could move to the south of France before the war started and you could watch him do it.It was done a very cheap thin brownish paper,mine is board mounted, and I think each sheet was printed in black with the basic figure,the clown,which he then painted over in simple, cheap, fast drying paints and signed at the top left in black.He loved money so I wouldn't be surprised if he actually did just that, he lived rather high with kids and clothes and women,not to mention all his houses. It's his signature and they also are all the same but each one has a slight,subtle difference.My theory is that most of these just either were lost in the war or were stored as a cheap poster in a closet or loft and just disintegrated with a few,maybe a hundred or so, being framed or mounted and sold helter skelter right after the war when Picasso was producing everything from coffee mugs to tiles to draperies printed with bullfight scenes and who knows what else.While he was alive a lot of that stuff was rather cheap and tacky and easily purchased,as is this, but now it all trades,if really from his studio, for a lot of money.I mention the drapes because I recently saw a set ,reminded me of those childrens drapes with action figures, covered in flowers and bull fighters with his signature prominently plastered over every bull and they were selling for thousands. In closing I think a lot of his stuff is wonderful and a lot of it is crap produced for money with very little artistic merit and I think these clowns,even if real, might be just that.The lady in Florida that found hers at a Salvation Army has the newspaper story to show so she might make some headway with an "expert",I sure haven't, and maybe these things could be worth a couple of thousand dollars, who knows. Well, good luck.
I recently cleaned out a garage for a customer and came accross several posters the one I am interested in information about is a Picasso poster that is 14.25"x19.5" and is titled Torro en Vallavis 1955. I understand posters are reprinted all the time cheap. This one has the Picasso signature in the artwork (reprinted) but has a second signature at the bottom off the print and looks to be done in red pencil or crayon. I would love to get more information on how to verify if this is an authentic signature
possible PIcassocolin hammond
I have a shirt from a Nirvana benefit concert for Bosnia-herzegovina, in San Francisco. The picture on the front is reminiscent of Guernica (B&W). At the bottom is printed A R S S.Y.J. SPADEM, Paris.
How can I find out what this piece of art is? Help.
The Lovers Pablo Picasso Trudy Bell
I recently purchased a piece of Art titled The Lovers By Pablo Picasso The Chester Dale Collection it says On loan Courtesy The Art Institute of Chicago it has in pencil the numbers 3852 (2) on the back of it Would like more info on this painting if you can please.
Ceramic/pottery Picasso?Christine Kahanak
I have recently purchased a piece of pottery signed Picasso. The inscription on the bottom is limited edition, by Padillo. It also is handwritten on the bottom: 1A/500. I doubt the authenticity of the piece because in my research I read all LE pottery should be stamped "Madoura." Is anyone familiar with "Padilla." Also, does anyone know what 1A/500 means? It is also marked 245, which I was told was 245/500. The piece looks like a pitcher with 2 spouts(?), in brown and blue. Thanks everyone.
the laughing kingsteve petersen
I have a serigraph with a H.C. in pencil in the lower right hand corner. would like to know what this is. thanks, rocky
1958 Picasso-Hands and FlowersIna
I have a signed Picasso, Hands holding Flowers dated, 21.4 58 on posterboard, on the bottom it reads-
Graphic Exhibition Gallery International Etching Linocots Lithographs. I have pictures of it, not sure if it is the real deal and would like to know. Someone framed it and has some dammage, it was in a garage for many years. Would like to know any info, can't seem to locate anything like it on the internet except cheep paper copies. Any help would be appriciated.
Picasso signatureChalermpol Intha
I have doubt in my authenticity of my Picasso etching (signature). Someone in Chicago requires me to remove it from the frame and send to him. My lawyer advise me against that idea.
What's your reccommendation?
Thanks for reading,
paul en arlequin, pablo picassorosie blount
I have a print #055/5000 with the embossed seal of S.P.A.D.E.N...can anyone help me find out more
Does anyone know of a site where it shows Picasso's paintings and their dimensions?
Picasso Authenticity InquiryRosado
I have a painting that looks strikingly related to Picasso's Les Demoiselles d'Avignon (1907). It is signed Picasso at the bottom left corner. How do I verify authenticity?
Don Quixote-Picasso OriginalLeetta McPhea
Over 10 years ago I was given a Picasso drawing done in black ink, Don Quixote and Little Pancho. It's dated on the front lower righthand corner, Oct 1953 and is signed by Picasso.
It was in a gold painted frame but I removed it to check for numbers or any other identifying marks but found none.
The paper shows some discoloration from where the frame had been but it is not damaged. When using a magnifying glass I can actually see little flakes of black ink that have flaked off from the painting.
What I have is not a photo.
The lady that owned the Picasso before me was a Broadway dancer in the 1950's and went by the stage name of "Queenie". Through research I have determined that Picasso actually did some costume designing for Broadway during the same time period which show a possible link between Picasso
and my friend.
She may have been given a gift from the man himself. I believe I could have an original. What steps should I take to determine if this is an original? Any advice would be very appreciate. Thanks for your time.
FAKE PICASSO, Collection Domaine PicassoJeff
There is a video on the unauthorized Picasso giclees on youtube,
Picasso 17-11-59Donald F. Cherry
I have a piece, approx. 15" x 22" signed and dated, 17.11.59 in the left hand upper corner. It is not numbered, two figures, one with musical horns,one dancing, a bird flying and a goat painted in black on white. In the lower right hand corner is this embossed wording "EDITIONS COMBAT POUR LA BAIX COPYRIGT S.P.A.D.E.M. PARIS"Any info on this item?
Picasso's Blue BoyMary
In what museum does Blue
I am interested in knowing what colors were used in your painting the actor and child, will you be kind enough to send me a photo or write back, along with the measurements.I would greatly appreciate it.
in response to alexmargo
I believe picasso has done duplicate paintings,and hopefully research will prove this to be true."the lady and the dove"is a prime example.Of course there will probably be some differences.I have a small old canvas oil painting from the rose period signed picasso, there is one hanging in a museum that is almost identical except it is done on paper and is larger, it is of different colors other than the normal rose period colors and it is a watercolor,I feel that my painting is the original and the one in the museum was the study for it or vice versa.I think anything was possible with picasso, he was extroadinary...I suppose picasso's grandaughter or the experts could authenticate but i bet it is very costly to do, any input would be appreciated.
Water colors on brown paperBobbi
I found this in my Grandmothers garage. It is either water colors or pastels on brown paper. It is signed Picasso. No date, no numbers, no title. It is of a boy in a white outfit with a wide collar. The boy has dark hair. The outfit is all white and the background is green.
I have searched every site I can find on Picasso and can find this no where. Any help would be greatly appriciated.
I would go to the picasso project on line, it is a very informative website, you may find the etching there.
original picasso sketchalix
In 1958 Picasso quickly sketched my grandma holding my uncle as a baby. My Grandad then went out and sold this sketch for petty cash. Before he sold it, he took a photo and I have this at home. However I am desperate to discover where the original has gone and who owns it now. The work is signed and dated 22.3.58. If anyone knows how i can start this search feel free to contact me.
i have had old pic under stairwell for years signed picasso. real or not?
pacisso print wendy v
i have a print(sketch) of mother and baby with other rough sketches on it as well of a hand(left corner) and a baby in right cornerIf anyone can assist me in finding out about this pic,I would be very grateful. It is signed and dated 1904. thanks
picasso lithosally frazier
I have a picasso lithograph-tetes et pierre,1950 edition 50. Can anyone give me any information about this.Thanks
Picasso paintingDiane MacLachlan
I was given a silhoutte painting of a woman that is attached to a board and signed by Picasso. It has been authenticated as a genuine painting and not a print, but I am trying to find out if it is an authentic Picasso. It originally was given to my aunt who was an avid art collector by friends overseas, Jimmy and Lucy in 1962. They wrote on a note attached to the back that is labeled from the Caves Book Company in Taipei, Taiwan. Any ideas where to go to check this out?
Yound Mother with ChildEdie Joyce
I have what looks like a drawing signed Picasso 1904. The picture has right hand drawings besides the mother with baby in the left upper corner. The picture is approx. 12 X 18 inches. I bought it at a garage sale 40 years ago in Chicago and had it framed. Any feed back would be appreciated. Thanks
Did Picasso ever do any silk screen artwork? I purchased a large lot of posters, prints, etc, from a university and included was a screenprint signed picasso in the bottom right hand corner. I have researched Picasso work and have never seen another like it although it resembles some of his matador work. Any input or information would be appreciated.
Picasso work verificationOren Bermeister
I have a Picasso silk-screen piece originally signed and dated 15 of may 1963. The artwork is of a woman. If anyone can offer any information it would be most welcome. Thank you.
Dream and lie of FrancoMeme
Does anyone know if Picasso drew individual copies of the dream and lie of Franco 'cartoons'? Such as study drawings before drawing the final 9 picture one? Really appreciate your imput!
picasso drawingron morgucz
Have a Picasso drawing from 1966,untitled as 'Resting Prostitutes". Acquired from the estate of a Franck Pontet, Quebec Canada, with the seal of an art appraiser named Van Sackler dated Oct. 12 1987. anybody out there know anything of this drawing or appraiser. Thanks
Picasso DrawingHoward Walker
I have a drawing, signed Picasso. Subject is: A Large male face on left, facing a female nude torso on the right. It is on paper, looks like felt tip pen and charcol, signed in the lower right. No other marks on back. I have pictures that can be e-mailed. If anyone might be able to help me on this, it would be very much help. Thanks in advance, HW
Can anyone tell me the difference in a copy....lithograh....
How do I kknow what to look for ???
PICASSO "THE LOVERS"suyeta
I bought a painting at a yard sale. It is "The Lovers" by Picasso. I bought it for the frame. A woman sold it because her mother in law was moving to the US from France. She thought the painting was so ugly so she sold it while the M-I-Law was settling her moms estate. I tried to authenicate it to no avail. No one can tell me anything. It is on stretch canvass that looks like an old timey tablecloth. It has a stamp on the matted part that say's Out of the Chester Dale Collection. washington D. C.... I was told it is NOT a lithograph, copy or reproductiomn. So what else is there.?Measurements are all different than normal paintings. Like 32 1/2 by 17 1/2 (for instance only).
How and where do I find out about this painting. The Roadshow said, it was not any of the above but could not say what or if it is authenic. I need help please....
How do I research its authenticitysusan
I have a piece, approx. 15" x 22" signed and dated, 17.11.59 It is not numbered, two figures and a goat painted in black on white. There appears to be a watermark at bottom left side of paper. Any info greatly appreciated.
I am looking for the original of the illustration attributed to Picasso that was used in a book of poetry by Jean Cocteau published in1962. I have not been able to find this work referenced in the On Line Picasso Project at Texas Agricultural and Mechanical University or in the Official Picasso archives. Unsigned silk screen prints of the subject appear repetedly in gallerys with the publisher listed as Map Art Publishing.
is it real?maryann
kay i have a painting that i got at a thrift store and after i brought it home i realized its signed by picasso its dated 1924 and its got somewhat of a greenish tinge to it, the icture is of a little girl and her dog and it only has about two colors on the whole picture greenish and black other then the flower in the girls hair is red and so is his signature, i also noticed that the girls feet are turned outward and so are the dogs.if you have any information please try and contact me!
Pablo Picasso LithographMervyn
I have what I think is a pablo picasso lithograph that is named blanco negro 101/350. It has other marks that say paris collection.It also had an imposted stamp that says limited edition. Does anyone know anything about this. Thanks
Picasso "Le Couple Jaune #81"Bob
I have been looking for information on a piece by Picasso. The only information I have is as follows: Pablo Picasso, "Le Couple Jaune #81", Collection Domaine Picasso, 92/500, Signed, sealed and the words Iris Giclee. Is there anyway I can get photo and information about this picture?
You help would be greatly appreciated.
what does it mean?vintage man
Hello anyone. What does a "Picasso Signed Stone Lithograph" mean? What is a stone lithograph? I have a "Stone Lithograph" I inherited that is a Picasso...please help me anyone!!
Blue Boy by PicassoDonna
This is a picture 14" wide x 221/2" high. On the back lower right corner is a official looking card that says:
(Gouache 391/2"x221/2", dated 1905)
Collection of Mr. and Mrs.
Edward M. M. Warburg, New York
I have looked for a listing
of this picture everywhere
I can think of and have not found one thing about it in the 5 years I've had it. Is
there any way to see the Warburg Collection?
The boy looks very much like the boy in "Boy with a
I'm so interested in anything anyone may be able
to tell me about this picture.
Thanks in advance for your help.
Picasso sketch nameD. Bogner
I have a limited edition of a Picasso print. I want to be able to tell people about it and I can't find an image of it on the internet or any information about it anywhere!
It's a simple, colorful, line drawing of a king with a beard and a crown. The background is white and the strokes are orange and red and yellow and blue. Under the signature, is what looks like a date with periods between the numbers: 5.3.60.
If anyone has any information on it, like Name, date, etc., I'd be very grateful if you'd pass it along! Thanks in advance for any assistance!
Did Picasso paint still lifes in gouache in 1922Brian
I recently purchased a painting ( I think ) signed Picasso 22 It is an odd still life of "things" on a table. It is oddly multi textured tho done in gouache (sp?)
watercolor Could this be indicative or authenticty?
thanks to anyone who can assisit
Picasso hand numbered lithographLalisa
I have a black and white lithograph numbered 1620/2000, in pencil, lower right corner,of two figures and a goat, black on white with the date 17 11 59 and Picasso signature as part of the art. No idea of name of piece, etc. Any input greatly appreciated
Picasso Carolyn R
I have a picasso piece with a signature on front at top left corner. On the back it has the Stadel Art Institute, owned by the Stadel Museum Association. Also on the back it has Pablo Picasso (1881-1973)portrait of Fernande Olivier , oil on canvas 65[*]54.5 CM I am not sure of it,if a replica or value. any information would be greatly appreciated.
Picasso Canvas PrintHoward
I have recently dismantled a picture that has been stored for 30+years.It has the following printed in the margins.
Bottom Left. D724 Arlequin avec la Guitare.
Bottom Right. Edizioni Beatrice D'Este Milano.
Bottom Right Side. Droite de reproduction reserves S.P.A.D.E.M. Paris. Printed in Italy.
I have found only one reference and picture that matches mine dated 1914. Any further information would be appreciated.
I bought a painting from an estate sale that was found in the garage. The painting is 16 X 20 as marked on the back. It is oil on cardboard and signed in the bottom right corner (Picasso). I have only been able to find this rendition from Rhode Island School of Design website. Other websites have shown a different version. How can you tell if is reproduced?
Any Picasso fan help me out? It is claimed:
Title Header: ORIGINAL Drawing hand Signed PICASSO Appraised $75,000, Extremely RARE
This absolutely incredible piece is so amazing to stand before in person I cant begin to tell you in this listing, its story is also incredible.
G B Tate And Sons
EVALUATION OF THE SUBJECT ARTWORK:
Pablo Picasso, "Ecstasy", Pencil drawing $60,000 - 80,000 USD
It is a Real Drawing Hand signed Picasso, Not a Lithogragh, Print, or Giclee of any kind. The piece is part of a private Montecito collection and probably the most beautiful of all we have. It was purchased 40 Years ago from a swiss gallery and the provenance dates back to Picasso's Mistress Marie Therese Walter. We have had this piece looked over by G B Tate and Sons, one of the highest regarded appraisers and dealers in North America as well as Dr. Darragh Elliott President of Maynard Elliott Inc in Canada. The official appraisal of $75,000 comes from G B Tate and Sons, although Dr. Darragh said it could be worth around $300,000. We have a 15 Page write up on the Piece alone. As I have been told the owner of the piece was great friends with Francois Gilot "Picasso's" Mistress
picasso printjon taner
Looking for any info, (any value) for litho, (silk screen?) plate signed, Picasso. Top shows title and date (also part of print) "DiManche" 26-2-67
Blue line drawing of flute player and reclining nude. No edition numbers
Pablo Picasso Lithograph?C. F. Borja
I have what I believe is a Pablo Picasso lithograph. The full description on the print says "Pablo PICASSO (1881-1973)
Paul en Arlequin - 1924
Collection du Musee Picasso - Paris
CEuvre utilisee pour l'affiche de l'Exposition 1979 imprimee specialement sur Velin d'Arches a 5,000 exemlaires numerotes par les Editions de la Reunion des Musees Nationaux a Paris pour World Treasure Society a Montpelier, Vermont, U.S.A. S.P.A.D.E.M. Vaga New York 1980, printed in France by I.M.L. Paris. It contains the museum stamp at the bottom right corner and is numbered in pencil 2372/5000.
I'm looking for information on this. Is it a lithograph, is it worth anything? Any information you can offer would be appreciated. Thank you!
Hi, I have a question, I have an identical Pablo Ruiz Picasso Le déjeuner [Le repas] 1953 same size and age, there are no markings on mine that I could see, it came from an auction in Norwich, CT. USA (out of the woodworks) I paid 1500 USD for it and the auctioneer didnt know what it was. Neither did the people that bid or saw it as well I believe. The authenticated one I saw is on plywood and mine is canvas. Is it possible that mine has a chance of being authenticated? Has he made duplicate paintings virtually identical?
Thank you and best regards,
I purchased a unsigned, un-numbered litho of Picasso boquet. In the litho one is the hands is colored black. I took to an art gallery and they indicated the color was not added but printed onto the paper. Does anyone know if these where ever printed in this manner or any other information on this dilemma? I have researched and can not find any other print where it is colored in?
Can't find printRex White
I purchased a print in 1997 or 1998 at the Met in NY during the: Picasso:The Engraver exibition. The work is from the Musee Picasso in Paris. There is no number but the title is "Flute Player and Sleeping Woman". It it a drypoint on paper with 2 nudes. One playing a flut like instrument and the other reclining. I have not been able to find this anywhere. I would like to see a pic to see if mine has been compromised by my framer. Anyone know where I can locate this?
I have a PicassoBonnie J. Svoboda
The picture that I have is of boy-man with horse looks like the 1906 you can see on the site Picasso online. Can anyone help with this? We'd like to know if it is real or not.
Picasso Le Tricone / The 3 Cornered HatLeslie
I have what appears to be a watercolor /guache by Picasso that was from his drawings for the Russian ballet Le Tricone or The 3 Cornered Hat..from circa 1919...any ideas how to authenticate it?It is signed...
Picasso Drawing of Young girl with baby and many right hand drawings with uAunalie Robinson
Picture size is 20xl6 signed picasso l904, purchased at local auction. Found like picture but smaller in book at local library. What do I have? Repro?
Picasso Statue F. GilotJohn Peiffer
I saw a picture of a carved wooden statue about 66" tall, carved out of what looks to be mahagony or rosewood. It is dated 2-9-49, and has picasso's name carved in the base.
I have reviewed thousands of Picasso's works of all kinds, I have never found any other wood carvings.
Do you know of any?
I have seen paint,print,terra cotta, bronze, ceramic etc.
If this is truly a work of Picasso in wood, it is probably priceless.
JPA Inc. Chicago
Agent for: Barry Wicker/Owner-Chicago
Picasso's signature on paintingsA J
We have an alleged Picasso original oil painting. The signature however is only Pablo. Did Picasso ever sign his work with his first name only?
genevieve laportest. machielse
recently i bought 2 lithographs on rice-paper of drawings made by picasso from 'the laporte' period. The lithographs were said to be genuine. I know that the pictures originally were ink dwawings. Does anyone know how these lithographs could be genuine then?
This is a series of monologues - not a discussion group. Do dealers ever respond?
I bought 4 Picasso pictures at a yard sale and I am not sure if they are originals or reproductions. They are:
Due donne davanti alla finestra 1927;
Toro e cavallo, 1934;
Gil amanti 1932;
and Guitar and fruits 1927.
They are all 129 x 97 mm, olio su tela and 3 of them are attached to cards that read Edizione de Milione, Milano.
Any info would be appreciated.
Fran regarding inherited lithograph posted 08/18/2006.Billy
I recently obtained a print of Woman In White that sounds like what you have. The only information I have is what I found on the internet. The hardware and the wear on it makes me believe my print exceeds fifty years or more. The painting was done in 1923 and is called Woman in White. There is an interesting story that go along with this particular origional painting. Hope this information helps.
Picasso "The Mother"Gordon Wilson
I have found a decoupage titled "The Mother" and appears to be signed by Picasso. Would appreciate any feedback about this work.
picasso charcoal? watercolor? donna moody
I recently inherited a picasso (not sure of medium) portrait of a lady sitting to her right side with hair up on sides and down in back she is in a white dress/nightgown with her arms crossed. any info?
Picasso lithograph or charcoaljannette Mims
I have a charcoal or lithograph of Picasso's le femme assise le bras croise done of Sara Murphy in 1923. It is signed by Picasso. There was no authenticity acknowledgement. I did some research and learn that this has niot been released for reproduction in the United States. How do I check on this? Any Clues?
I have a small painting done on a piece of canvas, it seems to be of a child sitting in a patch of dried grass with their knees tucked up to their chest and their arms around the legs, there's a lot of orange and red in the painting. The signature is done in cursive and seems to read Picazzo... Would this be Picasso? Or someone else? Oh yeah.. there's also a drawn pencil outline.. like it was measured for a frame or something.
Picasso Algerian GirlSherry
I found a print(?) of Picasso's "Algerian Girl" in some old boxes this weekend. It's framed, and a tag on the back says #13 Modern Classics series. I can't find a photo of this print anywhere on the Internet. Does anyone have any information about this print? Is it a real Picasso?
Small Framed paintings signed PicazzoSally
I just recently found two small metal framed paintings one named Mercondo the other El Camino. They have Mexico written in the corner and numbered in the other. They are signed Picazzo... does anyone have info regarding these small paintings I have?
Did Picaso ever used "K" in place of "C" in his signature on the paintings?
PABLO PICASSO SKETCHESLARRY G
I HAVE THREE SIGNED PICASSOS. I WOULD LIKE SOME OPINIONS ON THEM .THEY APPEAR TO BE A SET OF THREE.MALE BALLET DANCERS.SKETCHES.LOOK FOWARD TO YOUR INPUT.
"From the moment that art ceases to be food that feeds the mind . . .It is a bitter confession this confession of mine, more painful that it may seem. But at least and at last it does have the merit of being honest"
WOULD APPRECIATE ANY INFORMATION REGARDING WHETHER PICASSO ACTUALLY MADE THIS QUOTE. WHEN, WHERE, ETC.
I have a very small painting inclosed in a metal frame. The title says "San Miguel". But the signature says Picazzo. Did Picasso ever sign his name with two zz's? thank you, Laura
Pablo Picasso SketchJeri
Very curious about a sketch we have by Pablo Picasso. It is a limited edition reprint charcoal sketch of a plow horse. It is titled "Barcelona - Junio 1898". It is number 327/500 and signed "from the collection of Marina Picasso" with her signature. It has a raised seal in the lower left which appears to be some sort of insignia and a raised seal in the right hand corner that states "A limited Edition after a work by Pablo Picasso". I believe it was done when he was a very young man during his stay in Barcelona while recuperating from Scarlet Fever. Can anyone offer any other info? Does this piece have any value?
I am looking for information regarding two works of Picasso.
Both are from the time referred to as his "negro period". The first one is of a man in a white shirt, titled "Negro Dancer". The second, is of a woman in a red and blue striped, long sleeved, dress. She has her hair done up, with a red ribbon, and is siting in a chair. Unfortunately, I do not know the title of the second one. If you have any information on these, or if you know where I can obtain some information...I would greatly appreciate you emailing me. Thanks.