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Toros y Toreros 37

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Pablo Picasso

Pablo Picasso

$2,500

Spanish (1881–1973)

  • Portfolio: Toros y Toreros
  • Date: 1959
  • Lithograph
  • Size: 14.5 x 10.5 in. (36.83 x 26.67 cm)
  • Publisher: Harry N. Abrams
  • Reference: From "Toros y Toreros" by Luis Miguel Dominguín published in 1961

$2,500

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about Toros y Toreros 37

A Pablo Picasso lithograph from the "Toros y Toreros" book by Luis Miguel Dominquez (published 1961).

The book is an exhaustive collection of drawings documenting Picasso's obsession with Bullfighting completed in 1959. Wearing a purple riding dress with matching feathered tophat, the black-haired woman in this Pablo Picasso print looks ahead as her white horse rears up on its hind legs. Although not directly representative of the Spanish bullfighting found throughout the book "Toros y Toreros", the equestrian skill and formal attire of the woman are reminiscent of the fine outfits and skilled riding techniques of participants in bullfighting events.

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About The Artist: Pablo Picasso

Pablo Picasso was born on October 25, 1881, in Málaga, Spain. The son of an academic painter, José Ruiz Blanco, he began to draw at an early age. In 1895, the family moved to Barcelona, and Picasso studied there at La Lonja, the academy of fine arts. His visit to Horta de Ebro from 1898 to 1899 and his association with the group at the café Els Quatre Gats about 1899 were crucial to his early artistic development. In 1900,...

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About The Medium: Lithograph

A print created using flat stones or metal plates. The artist creates a lithograph by drawing an image directly onto the printing element using materials like lithograph crayons or special grease pencils. After this, the drawing is transferred from the plate to the paper in multiples. A lithograph will not have dots when examined with a magnifying glass.

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Toros y Toreros 37

Pablo Picasso

1959

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Pablo Picasso

1959

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