SET OF 2 CERAMIC COFFEE CUPS AND 2 SPOONS | PICASSO ART COLLECTION | SEATED WOMAN 1937

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This set contains 2 teacups and teaspoons, decorated with a famous print of famous Pablo Picasso masterpiece Seated Woman (1937).

Comes with a gift box.

Product dimensions:
7.5 x 11 x 11 cm

Packaging dimensions:
16.5 x 16.5 x 10 cm

Material: New Bone China

About Picasso and SEATED WOMAN (MARIE-THERESE)
Pablo Picasso was a Spanish artist and is one of the world’s most famous of the 19th century. This joyful work was painted at the start of a prolific year, in 1937. This painting has a sense of harlequinade, as strong bright bands of color are arranged so that the dress appears like a costume. The figure may also resemble a queen court card from a deck of playing cards, whose imagery is often designed with stripes and banding creatively reversed on the same plane.

The color combination creates a flatness of the picture surface, but Picasso mitigates this beautifully with the construction of a Cubist sense of spatial depth. This is created by the illusion of the two corners in the tightly receding room behind the figure. As a result, the powerful body of Marie-Therese projects from the picture in sharp relief.

 

This set contains 2 teacups and teaspoons, decorated with a famous print of famous Pablo Picasso masterpiece Seated Woman (1937).

Comes with a gift box.

Product dimensions:
7.5 x 11 x 11 cm

Packaging dimensions:
16.5 x 16.5 x 10 cm

Material: New Bone China

About Picasso and SEATED WOMAN (MARIE-THERESE)
Pablo Picasso was a Spanish artist and is one of the world’s most famous of the 19th century. This joyful work was painted at the start of a prolific year, in 1937. This painting has a sense of harlequinade, as strong bright bands of color are arranged so that the dress appears like a costume. The figure may also resemble a queen court card from a deck of playing cards, whose imagery is often designed with stripes and banding creatively reversed on the same plane.

The color combination creates a flatness of the picture surface, but Picasso mitigates this beautifully with the construction of a Cubist sense of spatial depth. This is created by the illusion of the two corners in the tightly receding room behind the figure. As a result, the powerful body of Marie-Therese projects from the picture in sharp relief.

 

 

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