The effect of the textured board here is pretty impressive--it has some of the impact of a real painting. Of course, since it is a Picasso, chances are people will know it is not actually a real painting, unless you are exceedingly rich or happened to be a drinking buddy of Picasso's and could therefore pass off some story about debts you paid off...nevermind all that, the point is that the mid-century trick of printing on textured board is clever. Overall in very good condition, there is some minor surface wear, particularly in the lower left hand corner. The handsome (updated) plastic framing is in very good condition.
26" H x 20" W x 2" D; Print alone is 23.25" H x 17.5" W
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