this gives me the impression that gilot was a meaningful person in his life. i love this painting but i can't figure out why he had an affair while he was with her. she seemed like she was wonederful for him. 31 August
12 recent comments
24 November Lucia from Lucialand wrote: 'Lol did she influence the finder logo?!?!?!'
21 November Martha from Nederland wrote: 'Picasso was een wonderkind. Hij kon als 4 jarige al schilderen als Velasquez. Ik heb woman flower als een hele mooie poster thuis aan de muur.'
26 October Sketch from Crashbox wrote: 'This is disgusting, man'
24 October Sketch from Crashbox wrote: 'What a very cute painting.'
22 October Sketch from Crashbox wrote: 'This one looks scary.'
22 October Sketch from Crashbox wrote: 'Man that’s beautiful'
16 March Ryan Cantrell from USA wrote: 'What am I looking at? Picasso with a 9-year-old????!!!! FREAK'
03 March Brett from USA wrote: 'What 9yr old signs his work like that. Very interesting.'
25 February Pepe from USA wrote: 'Este es el peor cuadro que he visto en mi vida. Un chaval con 15 años, no puede estar pensando solo en dibujar.'
20 December Jason from USA wrote: 'So I'm an art collector who's stumped. I have a lithograph I can't find anywhere on the internet. I have a large litho ( around 28" tall 23" wide) of Picasso's Mother Child 4 hands study but it's different than any other I've found. Fist off, it's a 3 color litho. It's also on Montvall laid paper on board. The print definitely has age to it but obviously no way to tell how old. I have looked for various water marks but haven't found any. Being laid paper on board makes it difficult. I had originally thought it may be printed in France by La Photolithography L Delaporte. Basically because the size was about the same and the 3 print colors were the same. However, the Mother Child litho doesn't have the information located at the bottom margin of the print like others I've seen. So after all that any thoughts?'
16 December luis from Usa wrote: 'Wow nice and where is the original signed'
02 November samarrajo from levenmouth wrote: 'the measurements of the painting are 163.7cm x 132.1cm making the bread, fruit and table almost life size. A nice detail to add into an art and design exam :)'