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Peintures (Vauvenargues 1959-1961) Galerie Louise Leiris

Item#: LP0117

Item# LP0117
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Dimensions: 35"w x 44.75"h

Item#: LP0117


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This poster was created for an exhibition of paintings created between 1959 and 1961, which took place at the Galerie Louise Leiris in 1962. Picasso was very fond of the castle that he purchased in Vauvenargues, near Aix-en-Provence. The property is very close to the Mont Sainte-Victoire, a small mountain that was often the subject of one of Picasso's favorite painters: Paul Cezanne. The Castle at Vauvenargue is also where Picasso decided he would be buried after his death.

  • Lithographic poster, 1962. Limited quantity.
  • Traditional gold frame
  • 8-ply bright white archival mat
  • Tru Vue Conservation Clear glass
  • Artist Biography


The Ethan Allen Modern Masters Collection


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Archival-safe Foam Core
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