These joyful figures danced out of the endlessly rich creative talent of Pablo Picasso, part of a period of colorful, flower-adorned expressions of life that the artist rendered on simple white backgrounds. This vintage print (circa 1980) is professionally mated and framed in metal, behind glass. There is a bit of water staining on the mat in the lower right (pictured), and the slightest marks on the print, neither noticeable; overall it remains in very good condition, particularly the print itself. Small yet impactful, this is the perfect high-quality wall art for a spot in need of framed happiness.
14.25" W x 12.25" H x 1" Deep
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