Harlequin with Mirror
30 x 20 in (76 x 51 cm)
Spanish painter, sculptor, and ceramicist Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) is one of the most well-known artists of the 20th-century, and perhaps even of all time. His revolutionary work is so expansive it is often categorized into different time periods such as the Blue Period (1901-1904), the Rose Period (1904-1906), and Synthetic Cubism (1912-1919), amongst others. At the time of his death, there were over 45,000 unsold works in his estate, with painting being his most important and substantial medium. Many critics tout Picasso as one of the greatest artist to ever live, and his art has become some of the most expensive to be auctioned off today. His cultural impact on the art world will never be forgotten, with many museums, galleries, and private exhibitions holding his most significant works.
Description: Arlequin au miroir’ was first completed in 1923 by Henri Deschamps before being reprinted by Picasso in 1971. This specific print advertises an art exhibition showcasing Picasso pieces in Paris.
Artist: Pablo Picasso
Condition: Great, very slight crease on top left corner.