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Pablo Picasso, Figures / Personnages
 
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TITRE:  Figures / Personnages
ARTISTE:  Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881–1973)
ANNéE DE RéALISATION:  circa 1899
CATéGORIE:  Works on Paper (Drawings, Watercolors etc.)
MATéRIEL:  Original Hand Signed Charcoal and Colour Crayon Drawing on paper
MARQUES:  This original drawing is hand signed in blue crayon "Picasso" in the lower left of the image.
TAILLE:  h: 21 x w: 13 cm / h: 8.3 x w: 5.1 in
PRIX*:  90.000 US$  (Convertissez les prix dans votre monnaie avec Convertisseur de monnaie)
GALERIE:  Gilden's Arts UK  +44 (0)20 7435 3340  Envoyez un email
DESCRIPTION:  The work is accompanied by a certificate by from Monsieur Claude Ruiz-Picasso dated, le 3 octobre 2011.The authenticity of this work has kindly been confirmed by Madame Maya Widmaier-Picasso.The precise date and location in which the current lot was executed in not known, but the year 1901 was certainly a turning point in Picasso's career and development as an artist.For the first five months of the year, Picasso lived in Madrid, before moving to Paris to hold an exhibition of sixty four of his works at Ambroise Vollard's Gallery in June 1901. At the age of just nineteen, the show was a huge success for the young artist, but Picasso's money from the proceeds soon ran out, as did his buoyant mood. He descended into a depression which was deepened by the suicide of his close friend Carles Casagemas, whose love interest Picasso had been courting.

He abandoned the bright colours which had dominated the works he had exhibited at Galerie Vollard and turned to a sombre, monochrome palette, often dominated by blue tones. This was to mark the start of his famous Blue Period, during which Picasso would depict the Parisian underclass of gaunt prostitutes, beggars and prisoners. Executed on the precipice of this change in style, the present work however, shows the average person on the street, well dressed and respectable. It is executed though in a reduced palette of browns and blues, and the figures are formed with bold, deft strokes. Picasso captures a sense of movement in the diagonal thrust of his lines, catching the men, women and children as they move about their daily business.

Good Condition.

The work is hinged to the upper left and right edge on the reverse to the mount. the upper sheet is slightly uneven with a minor paper loss to the upper right corner. There is a minor tear (approx. 1 cm) to the centre lower edge. There is overall charcoal rubbing present to the surface of the sheet presumably to the artist's intent.

PROVENANCE:  Ernest Brown & Phillips, LTD; The Leicester Galleries, London, 1936 (label on the back)
CATALOGUE(S) EN LIGNE:  Gilden's Arts Inventory Catalogue
 
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