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Pablo Picasso Rare and Authentic Madoura Ceramic Plate, “Tauromachy Scene”, Custom Framed and listed with the Submit Best Offer option

Accepting Offers Now: Up for sale is this spectacular Pablo Picasso Madoura Ceramic plate turned round plate of red earthenware clay with decoration in Black englobe, that retails for $25,000.00.  This stunning Ceramic, “Tauromachy Scene (A.R. 393)” designed by Pablo Picasso is one of his Nicest works with Madoura we have ever been able to offer for sale and is a complimented by an elaborate custom frame.  Furthermore, it is in EXCELLENT Condition with no chips or cracks, and showcases Picasso’s and Madoura’s full realm of genius.  Also, it is guaranteed to be authentic, comes with a Gallery certificated of Authenticity, and referenced as number 393 in Alan Raymie’s Picasso: Catalogue of the edited ceramic works 1941/1971.  Yet, we have made it available for thousands less than retail and with the Submit best offer option.  Therefore at this incredible value, it will not be around long.  So do not miss this opportunity to own an Authentic artwork by one of the all time masters, Pablo Picasso.
Pablo Picasso (1881-1973)- As the single most influential artist of the twentieth century, Pablo Picasso’s impact on the art world is impossible to overstate. Picasso’s influence has changed and defined the entire realm of modern art and is still as culturally and artistically important today as when it was first produced. After showing an early affinity towards art, Picasso began receiving formal art training at the young age of 12 from his father in figurativ drawing. By the time Picasso was 13; his father realized that the young artist’s skill had surpassed his own. In Barcelona, Picasso was given an exception to apply to the School of Fine Arts and was admitted as the youngest student in their history. By 1905, he has become a favorite artist of famous American art collector Gertrude Stein who became his most significant patron.   In 1905, Gertrude Stein introduced Picasso to the famous painter Georges Braques. Together, Picasso and Braques would create a new art genre called Cubism that showcased multiple perspectives on the same canvas. Cubism would be Picasso’s most lasting stylistic innovation and would define the artwork he produced from 1909 through 1912. After his development of Cubism, Picasso’s work focused on Classicism and Surrealism which combined with elements of his earlier styles would define the rest of his career. During World War II, Picasso’s art career would be placed on hold. He remained in Nazi occupied France even though the regime did not approve of his art. He took up writing as an alternative outlet during this period. The rest of his career featured explorations into new artistic mediums. Picasso became a famed sculptor and printmaker. He was the first artist to incorporate elements of collage and also invented the constructed sculpture. Upon his death he left behind him the most impressive and historically significant resume of any twentieth century. Today, he remains the bestselling and best known artist in the world.






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