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Pablo Picasso: Seated Harlequin Poster

Item# 80-034726 

Price: $25.00
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  • 35'' x 24''
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Description

Description

After experimenting with a variety of styles following his arrival in Paris, Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 18811973) developed a style properly his own in autumn 1901. He painted six canvases, including the image shown on this poster reproduction, with either a single figure or a couple seated at a caf table. Together these works constitute one of the greatest achievements the twenty-year-old artist had yet accomplished. In 1901, Harlequin was a ubiquitous figure in popular culture, who usually carried a baton and wore a black mask. However, Picasso gave his Harlequin a white face and ruffs, which are the attributes of Pierrot, the melancholy, cuckolded clown who inevitably loses his love, Columbine, to the nimble and lusty Harlequin.

2016 Estate of Pablo Picasso / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

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