The Pigeons, 1957
The Pigeons channels a touch of Matisse's signature penchant for sunny landscapes. Picasso painted this piece from the comfort of his home studio in the south of France to capture one of his favorite subjects, Pigeons and doves in action. It's an atypically warm and carefree Picasso Piece that adds life to any room.
Ash Wood, Masonite, Laminate
32.25"H x 26.25"W x 1.875"D
— High Quality Print on Heavy Paper
— Printed with Vibrant Color-fast Inks
— Beautifully Framed
About the Designer
One of the most-recognized figures in art, Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) was a Spanish painter, sculptor, printmaker, poet, and playwright. His early success through his Blue Period (1901-1904) and Rose Period (1904-1906) led to the founding of the Cubist movement— one that declared artwork need not represent reality to have artistic value. With an incredible 20,000 works credited to him throughout his career, Picasso fundamentally transformed the landscape of modern art and remains one the influential and celebrated artists of the 20th century.
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