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Lithograph - Portrait of Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler II (1884-1976)

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Succession Picasso/DACS 2001

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Basic Information

Accession Number:1962P42
Collection:Fine Art Prints and Drawings
Date:1957 - 1957

Maker Information

Artist:Pablo Picasso - View biography for Pablo Picasso
Printer:Fernand Mourlot - View biography for Fernand Mourlot

Notes

Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler succeeded Ambroise Vollard as Picasso's dealer in 1912. This is the second of three lithographs drawn by Picasso at his home in Cannes on 3 June 1957. He drew with black litho crayon on transfer paper fixed to a wooden board, creating the vertical strips in the composition. Final printing took place at the studio of the master printer Fernand Mourlot, in Rue de Chabrol in Paris, where Picasso had experimented and collaborated on lithography since 2 November 1945.

Purchased from Messrs Berggruen and Co, Paris and presented by Friends of Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery, 1962.

Further Information

Production Period:20th century
School/Style:Portrait
Medium:Lithograph on Arches paper.
Material(s):Arches paper
Place of Origin:Paris, France

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Dimensions

Height:662 mm
Width:510 mm