Exposition Vallauris

Pablo Picasso
Exposition Vallauris, 1958.
This colorful, three-color linocut on Arches paper.
Published and printed by Arnéra, Vallauris. Bloch 1284; Baer 1050.
Hand-signed on the plate on the top right, hand-signed in blue crayon at the lower right.
Pencil numbered from the edition of 175 at the lower left.
The condition is excellent, with strong colors and a clear signature.
Professionally framed and wall-ready.

Picasso created this sunny and whimsical exhibition poster to commemorate an exhibition in Vallauris, France, in 1958. Picasso lived in Vallauris from 1948 to 1955, working in a ceramic studio owned by Suzanne and Georges Raime. In Vallauris, he developed a fascination with ceramics and linocuts and was prolific in creating an incredible body of work.

Pablo Picasso – Off The Wall Gallery, Houston, Texas.

Artwork size: 31.5 x 25.5 inches. / 64 x 53 cm.
Frame size: 39.5 X 34 X 3 inches. / 101 x 86.5 X 7.5 cm
Inv #: PICASP001005
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