I have a signed Juggler with Still Life Pablo Picadso 29"x20" on thick cardboard. It has a paper attached to the back that says picture name, artist, and The Art Institute of Chicago Chester Date Collection (Loan)" Framed by "Helen Zolin Studios"- picture stylists individual framing- 245 NO. Water street Milwaukee WI.
I don`t have the year, but was interested to learn more. I really am curios if the signature could be real?
Kim 29 June
#6. nell, usa
How many lithographs were made. Mine was framed by a company in Wilmette ,Ill
#5. Nell, USA
I have one is it real. Had it for about 15 years . How do u tell if it is fake 22 July
#4. annie, Austin,TX
Does any one Know what the worth of this peice my be? Did he paint more than one? Were they lithographs? 09 January
#3. Alan, Fallsburg, NY
Was there any further info on Ms. Sorensen`s Juggler? I have what sounds to be the same thing that I purchased at a thrift store a few years back. 28 October
this is interesting! 14 April
#1. Karen Sorensen, Hanover, MN USA
I have the Juggler on card paper. This is done in Gouache and charcoal. It measures approximately 27 x 40 inches. If you would like to see a photo of it I would be happy to send one. This was
purchased at the Chicago Art Institute in the late 1950's by my mother. 14 April
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