Picasso’s woman have a haunting beauty. Here, black lines on gold Lucite suit this particular woman well.
The Modern Classics Series featured works of contemporary modern art that were hand silk-screened onto Lucite for wall hangings that could be grouped loosely by artist and style. Not only are the paintings they represent modern, but this unique way of presenting them was also quite fresh and new. They date from the 1960’s, featuring 20th Century works that were already classics of modern art at that point.
There is some minor loss of the silk-screening, but very little--the image is still quite clear.
See our entire Modern Classics collection here.
10.5" H x 8.5" W x .5" D
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