Malaga 1881 – Mougins 1973
Still LIFE WITH GLASS UNDER THE LAMP (“NATURE MORTE AU VERRE SOUS LA LAMPE“)
Well into his later years, Picasso remained open to the potential of a new technique. He discovered lithography in the 1940s, at the workshop of Fernand Mourlot in Paris. One monumental series created there, Woman in an Armchair, exists in thirty experimental variations. In the late 1950s and early 1960s, he was stimulated by the possibilities of linoleum cut under the tutelage of Hidalgo Arnéra, a printer whose shop was near his studio in southern France. Innovations continued, as evidenced by the one-block process he devised for color printing, seen here in the striking Still Life with Glass under the Lamp. [Metropolitan Museum, New York, NY]
Medium: Linoleum cut
Composition: 20 7/8 x 25 3/16″ (53 x 64 cm); Sheet: 24 1/2 x 29 5/8″ (62 x 75.2 cm)
Galerie Louise Leiris, Paris
Arnéra, Vallauris, France
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