I love picasso`s pierrot but i believe that the tints of green offset the rest of the colors that really define this work of art 15 August
#11. sam, L.A.ca.
C by S.p.a.d.e.m.&Braun et. Printed in France 1962 03 July
#10. admin, Saint Petersburg, Russia
Fares, ask here: www.picasso.fr 09 February
#9. Fares Abboud, Canada.Ottawa
I have an 8 by 10 inches Pierriot by picasso on canvas in colour,the label on the back of the painting states new york museum modern of art
And also states bruan - cie .mulhouse -dornach-paris. 1962. B. Does this painting have any art market value ? Sincerely Abboud. 613-710-6901.
#8. tyrese, germany, berlin
i love picasso!!!!!!! 19 November
#7. Los Angeles,
Authenticating a signed Picasso is not an easy task and it is expensive. Many have to be sent to Spain to know for sure. More than likley you have a museum store print made to look nice. I am a long time art expert, you can find more info at allexperts.com under the name Dan Twyman 07 June
#6. Speedon, Family, Houston ,Texas
First of all, I also have a Beautiful Pierrot just like the art work shown above. I, have had mine for over 20 years and it also has his Red Signature and it too has 18 on the bottom left corner. My Pierrot does not look & feel like a Print. Remember Prints will have a stamped marking of a date or place in the back of the painting itself. Prints can also be identified by the layers of aged cardboard and feel of it, a simple touch usually will let you know it is too delicate and should be considered having your painting Appraised. I always say I, am going to take mine to have it Appraised but I never do, guess I just love the Mystery of it and the attention it gets from my friends.And second of all, I disagree with the self called Picasso expert above because he is only referring to an Original Oil on Canvas Painting, not what you or I may own. Pablo Picasso was also known to do many Sketches an hand Prints included. Wish you the best of luck. 03 December
#5. Picasso, Expert
There is only one REAL one and it`s at the museum in New York. Come on now it`s not soda where he makes a lot of one and the same can. Thus if it`s not real is has insignificant value. 17 May
#4. Tim, virginia mn
I have one too n I can`t find how much its worth someone help 08 May
#3. Barbara, US,Grand Cane
I also have this painting signed in red on bottom left side with the number 18 beneath the signature. Was wondering if it has any value 19 December
#2. kim, usa sacramento, cal
i have one too, any value? 27 October
#1. Lisa, smyrna
Donna, I have one too! Did you find out anything? 27 July
12 recent comments
28 March Max Topfer from Germany wrote: 'It's Josep Fondervila, owner of the Inn in Gosol, Spain. Picasso spent 2 weeks and gained new inspiration, ended his blue and rose period'
14 March cr33p3r from Germany wrote: 'guys whats the meaning behind this painting I need to know for an art project at school'
10 March Prof. da Costa from Philadelphia wrote: 'for all of you inspired and maybe a bit intimidated by Picasso, if you wish to paint, paint (lots of online and free websites) and if not, don't be intimidated. You can appreciate his work and/or someday will have the strength to wake up and sketch or doodle or copy the works of the master. It's all good. At least you got up to see this website.I used to not appreciate Picasso until I read more about him. Sure, he was a misogynist but his life's work is amazing. I started out at age 18 months drawing circles with dots in the middle under the curtains and now am pretty prolific and inspired and I'm turning 70 this month.'
26 February Lera from Russia; Yekaterinburg wrote: 'cool picture'
06 February breyana arrieta from Russia; Yekaterinburg wrote: 'this artwork is so good I love all the abstract and the colors.'
29 January yunwei from berlin wrote: 'i have this painting tattooed on my arm.'
29 January Denis Noel-Smith from Somerset England wrote: 'I studied art for O level at school but did not take the exam as I joined the Army instead at age 17 joined in 1965 and left in 1984. I have been inspired to take up painting again at the age of 72. I have been painting for a year now and have produced about 50 pictures which I gibe away to family and friends. Picasso/Goya/Velasquez/Van Gough/ Dali and others give me inspiration. I paint on cardboard,board.canvas, ceramic etc - My daughter went to Central St Martins- one of my sister is a very good painter and lives in Cornwall and another (self taught) paints in her studio in Cheltenham - to me as an old man suffering from combat induced PTSD, and in lock down, painting has been a joy and theraputic'
13 January L from Somerset England wrote: 'personally i don't understand the hype. sure, it's good for an 8 year old, but tbh it's not that interesting to me.'
03 January friend from California wrote: 'so you start at 16. Eight year difference isn’t much. Even a 50 year difference. You can always start and work to improve dude :) all you need is a little interest. (And don’t be afraid to look for help, maybe one day you can give back) I believe in you.'
30 December scout from australia wrote: 'people like Pablo are the reason why i don't believe i'll ever do anything good with my life, 16 years old and best i can do is wake up at 4pm.'
11 November Mary Hestand from Texas wrote: 'It's remarkable to see Picasso's output for 1937 alone. Just the paintings he made that year would be enough to cement any artist's reputation as a master for life.'
27 September obeido from Texas wrote: 'well picasso work sold 3-4 million back in 1980s now it selling for 100 million plus what make you think that his prints sell for few hundred dollars now the price i am sure it is up there compier to back then -'