Picasso 'Les Demoiselles d’Avignon' framed print
Picasso’s painting of Les Demoiselles d’Avigron, was painted in 1907 and is the most famous example of cubism painting. Picasso abandoned all known form and representation of traditional art in this revolutionary work. He used distortion of female's body and geometric forms in an innovative way, which challenge the expectation that paintings would offer idealized representations of female beauty. It also shows the influence of African art on Picasso.
This Large painting took nine months to complete.
This is the poster from the exhibition of this work at the museum of modern art New York ( MOMA) It is part of the permanent collection.
Tastefully framed in a solid wood box frame. A large print to fill wall space and an opportunity to live with a Picasso.
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