PICASSO, Galerie Louise Leiris Exhibition Exhibition & Festival Advertising Poster
|Genre:||Exhibition & Festival|
|Size:||19" x 29|
|Country of Poster:||Unknown|
|Additional Information:||Original 1972 exhibition poster: PICASSO, Galerie Louise Leiris Exhibition. Printer Moulot 1972. Henri Deschamps engraver. Translated it is called: "The Painter & His Model" Fine condition. This was for the last exhibition of Picasso's works before his death in 1973. This lithographic poster was designed to advertise an exhibition of 172 recent drawings by Pablo Picasso at the Galerie Louise Leiris in 1972. Lithography authorized by Picasso and executed by French artist Henri Deschamps. Signed in the plate by Deschamps lower right. Printed my Mourlot in Paris, under Picasso's supervision, 1972. Catalogue Raisonne: Czwiklitzer 446; Rodrigo 241. Limited edition: 5,250. Sheet size: 28" x 19". Galerie Louise Leiris was a fine art gallery in Paris established by Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler in 1920. It was named after Kahnweiler's partner, André Simon. In 1940, the business was turned over to Louise Leiris, who was Kahnweiler's daughter. It was run under her name. Prominent among the artists who sold paintings through this gallery was Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dali. This is an original 1972 exhibition poster for Picasso.|
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