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Where can I view a Picasso painting depicting madness that I...
Where can I view a Picasso painting depicting madness that I thought was named Discomposed Woman? Tas Boyce
by Guest
I bought an piece of art from angel view and it signed pacasso and it has 2...
i bought an piece of art from angel view and it signed pacasso and it has 2/50 on the left corner and his signature on the right and i also am quris about another piece but it does not have a name ...
by tony
I have 3 Jan Korthals oil paintings. are they worth anything.one is "View o...
I have 3 Jan Korthals oil paintings. are they worth anything.one is "View of The Westertoren. second, "A busy street the westertoren.
by John k
Hi I have an oil painting with a signature and Title but can't seem to view...
Hi I have an oil painting with a signature and Title but can't seem to view the painting, I can view the title by another artist but the picture is a bit different? Artist's name is John Moore & the ...
by Guest
Re: Can you tell me what materials did Pablo Picasso use for his...
I'm quite confused as to Anthony Mann's posts regarding "fiberboard" specifically his mention that Picasso used it for planning and studies. In the nearly 40 years I have been studying Picasso's ...
by RTCorr
A fake Picasso: The clues
The above picture is of a fake painting done by John Myatt (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ <email> ), a forger who served time for his involvement in partnership with John Drewe, in forgery scams ...
by rtcorr
Re: I want to know if i have an original picasso painting?
Large collections and museums cannot display all of their holdings at the same time due to space limitations, so they rotate what is shown at any one time. If one goes to the Metropolitan Museum of ...
by rtcorr
Pablo Picasso: Self-portrait Facing Death 1972
Expression of concern
When I die, it will be a shipwreck, and as when a huge ship si
by vier
How Did Picasso's Painting Style Change From Cubism To Synthetic Cubism
If I recall correctly, up until around 1912 cubist paintings tended to have their planes tonally modulated, that's to say generally going from light to dark, with the works most frequently limited ...
by rtcorr
Re: Original Don Quixote
I perused that website. It is obviously written by a nutjob seeking publicity (or authentication business) and only the uninformed or ignorant would fall for his "I know the truth but the rest of the ...
by rtcorr
Re: Is there a painting that was done by pablo picasso called the matador not d...
Excellent timing. I caught the end of the show and saw this version of Matador. It is a side view and definitely NOT the same as mine and Beth's. So the mystery still remains. As Yossi sent the ...
by Judith
Cubism
NYC - MoMA: Pablo Picassos Studio with Plaster Head
Evolution of CubismCubism is a revolutionary style of abstract art that was introduced by Pablo Picasso and George Braque. The style originated around the beginning of the 20th century and was ...
by Asif Nadeem
Picasso's "Strolling Player with Child"
Paul:I referenced the Marina Picasso commissions in several entries or blogs. I mentioned that although she was honorable in her earning funds to support orphanages in Viet Nam back then, to me the ...
by rtcorr
Is this a William Engel Painting?
I inherited this painting from my mother who told me she purchased it at an art gallery in San Antonio, Texas. I have no Bill of Sale or other provenance. I have been told it could be by William ...
by Judy
Re: How I know is a painting from Picasso is real Blue nute
This two pictures are the best examples of the original painting. "Nude: back view" (1902) Painted in Paris. The size of this artwork is 46 x 38,5 cm. The head, buried in the arms, indicates a weary ...
by Nude: back view (1902)
Re: PICASSO: Appears to be watercolor of man standing beside young child both ...
The work is the 1905 "Strolling Player with Child" which is also called "Comedian et Enfant". The original is in the Osaka National Museum of Art in Japan and it is 70.5cm by 52.0cm in size. It is ...
by pablon
Re: Update of Picasso mother and child sketch on a window pane
Hellos are there any experts looking on this site, if so and you are knowledgeable in Picasso I would sure like to hear from you regarding the above information and answer some of the questions. ...
by O Boy
Re: Lohse painting.
Are you still looking for a black and white oil painting sign Lohse? I have a great lake view (Black and white) framed in a black frame. Let me know. Cheers Bill
by Bill
Re: Hi I recently purchased this lithograph. Could somebody please provide me w...
Hi rtcorr many thanks for getting back to me. Fully appreciate you can simply provide a personal view of course. I will probably follow your advice and if this is the case I will for sure let you ...
by Stef
Re: Is all picassos artwork been accounted for or is any art unknown?
... ngle left breast circle with triangle in right breast looks identical from an artist point of view crosses and lines all the same. in fact i see it in a lot of ...
by lloyd249
Re: Pencil Drawing of Picasso?
in trying to get a better picture for you to view it comes out with this...what may i ask is doing that to the drawing?
by guest
Cool, and illegible signature on original etching. Who is this artist?
Would anyone have any idea who this artist is? signed original etching of Nassau, Bahamas street scene. circa 1976. I really dig the signature style for the first letter could be an A or C or G or ...
by DYG
Re: Hi there I have submitted information about a Picasso seems ...
Hellos are there any experts looking on this site, if so and you are knowledgeable in Picasso I would sure like to hear from you regarding the above information and answer some of the questions. ...
by O Boy
-- From the Techno-Impressioni st Museum
... ew is the latest in a series of 'Views' by Tony Karp. This is part of an experiment in a new way of viewing art on the Internet. This image is larger than your ...
by DS_84
Re: Curious about technique "stone lithography" by Pablo Picasso
Pablo did many Stone Lithographs, as did his Fine Art contemporaries; Degas, Chagall, Lautrec, Matisse, etc. The medium allowed him to transfer a drawing or to draw directly onto the stone, using ...
by Chet Walker, M.P.A.
Re: I have a Picasso Art Piece that was authenticated by Mark Van Eyke Besbrugg...
I did send you a photo of the back of the painting which ONLY has the date. I will take a photo of the entire back for your view. Thanks
by Pacific
Re: When does something stop being art? Or fail to become so?
Art is a language and the words in it are visual images. Art is supposed to give us a different view of the things we experience. I think it fails when you look at it and there's nothing to it but ...
by jade
Re: Schools with good art programs in london or new york
... about one style of art being better than another. Contemporary postmodernism favours a pluralistic view, where ...
by mysticwizard
What do people make of the book "Picasso, My Grandfather", b...
... book "Picasso, My Grandfather", by his granddaughter, Marina Picasso? Did reading this change your view of Picasso the man, and of his art? I cannot question the greatness of his artistic talent ...
by Guest
Re: The Sublime
remind us to keep looking at writings in the context of when they were written, and to recognise out inability to translate across times and cultures. What I am interested in - and am basing my MFA ...
by GlobalExodus
Could this be an unsigned Picasso?
You're quite welcome, Jeanne! There are many many books about Picasso -- either simply about his art or his about work -- the most comprehensive being the three-part (so far) biography by his friend ...
by rtcorr
Re: Typically what type of framing did Picasso use to frame his works?
There are many answers to that question. Offhand, I'd say there was no typical way of framing because of the many factors involved. Since Picasso had a very long creative life, both his painting ...
by rtcorr
Re: Picasso pen & ink
numerous copies were available everywhere on the internet, nevertheless, kindly re post the signature aspect of yours for better view
by vier
Re: The Artist Formerly Known as Rembrandt
In the 19th century it was suspected that R. couldn't have produced that many paintings. This led to a close look at the matter. Many of the non-R's were done by R's contemporaries which have painted ...
by FreeOnlineGames
Re: Perspective 2, no skill no art
The plane can be at any angle. A view camera tilts the plane to an angle usually in order to make aesthetic corrections. Sounds to me like 'composition not perspective. The object can be projected on ...
by DaBeatBass
Re: An unknown or lost Picasso.
It is amazing how the view he took pictures of was so much like a cubist painting as it is!
by jade
Re: Real or fake
when i click on the "back view", it did review more information, even the shipping company info. the the gallery used was equally there.
by vier
Re: Platos
(Mark wrote in another thread) Nice point. But by this view, how do you distinguish Michelangelo from Rockwell? Socrates' first argument is about positions, I think. Ion profess expertise in Homer, ...
by Alfredsfx
Re: What is Picasso's largest known painting?
in that case; 2 stage curtains come to mind; parade ballet of 1917 34 feet by 54 feet and Le Tricorne of 1919 20 feet by 19 feet. the two above are very gigantic and definitely a master ...
by vier

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