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Peter Harrington Gallery is launching a new modern and contemporary prints catalogue containing 69 rare and limited edition prints by artists including Salvador Dali, Damien Hirst, Roy Lichtenstein, L.S Lowry, Pablo Picasso and Andy Warhol. Kevin Finch, manager of Peter Harrington Gallery says: “We are very excited to launch this new catalogue which contains a wide range of fabulous items for sale, many by very well-known artists. Signed prints offer an exciting and more affordable...

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It was at the Madoura Pottery Plant in Vallouris, France that Jacqueline Roque first met an ageing Pablo Picasso. He was quickly became charmed by her, to the point where he would deliver a rose to her every day, until she eventually agreed to be his companion. Their relationship is allegorised through Picasso’s 1962 painting, Femme Au Chien. At an astonishing, estimated 633 x 511 inches, the colossal oil painting emphasises the profound impact Jacqueline...

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Peter Harrington Gallery of Chelsea has an exhibition of limited edition linocuts, etchings and lithographs, ceramics and books signed by Pablo Picasso, running from March 19th to April 13th. Highlights include: Aristophanes’ Lysistrata, 1934 first and limited edition, first printing, number 1,103 of 1,500 copies signed by Picasso. This finely produced work features Picasso’s sensitive line drawings, which carefully “capture the braggadocio of both the men and women in the play”. Priced at £5,750. Portrait...

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An eye for quality and patience are crucial for high net worth individuals looking to start investing in art. Russian businessman Dmitry Rybolovlev thought he grossly overpaid when he purchased Leonardo da Vinci’s Salvator Mundi (c.1490) from Swiss art dealer Yves Bouvier for $127.5 million in 2013—Bouvier reportedly ‘only’ paid around $75 million for it. However, at one of the most publicised auctions to date, da Vinci’s masterpiece fetched in excess of $450 million at...

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A portrait of  Golden Muse by Picasso is among the paintings set to fetch millions at Sotheby’s London Impressionist and Modern Art Sale next week. The painting of Marie-Thérèse Walter is expected to sell for about £33 million at Sotheby’s months after a similar work went for almost £50 million. James Mackie, Sotheby’s head of Impressionist and Modern Art, said the scale of the 1932 oil painting, which is 1.1 metres by three-quarters of a...

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Sotheby’s will unveil an exceptional portrait of Marie-Thérèse Walter, Picasso’s golden muse, in public for the first time in two decades next month. Buste de femme de profil. Femme écrivant (1932) will be displayed in London from 14 – 19 June ahead of Sotheby’s Impressionist & Modern Evening Art Sale on 19 June 2018. Painted in 1932, Picasso’s annus mirabilis, this monumental—yet remarkably intimate—painting of Marie-Thérèse, absorbed in the act of writing, evokes a private...

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A Tate Modern exhibition will display work from one of Picasso’s most erotic periods from 8 March-9 September 2018.  Billed to be one of Tate Modern’s most significant shows to date, Picasso 1932 – Love, Fame, Tragedy—his first solo exhibition at the gallery—will comprise some of the Spanish-born artist’s most inventive works. It will bring viewers face-to-face with more than 100 paintings, drawings and sculptures, mixed with family photographs and glimpses into his personal life....

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The Picasso portrait of the artist’s weeping ‘golden’ muse makes second-highest auction price for any work of art ever sold in Europe. Picasso’s La Femme au béret et à la robe quadrillée (1937) made £49.8 million at Sotheby’s Impressionist & Modern Art Evening Sale yesterday (28 February 2018). This remarkable painting, which is a portrait of one of Picasso’s muses, Marie-Thérèse Walter—his ‘Golden Muse’—went on display in four countries before being auctioned. It is the...

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The Carrières de Lumières, the first digital art centre in Paris, is set to hold a monumental exhibition: ‘Picasso et les maîtres espagnols’ (‘Picasso and the Spanish masters’).  The new immersive visual art experience, which runs from 2 March 2018 to 6 January 2019, will feature digitised masterpieces by Picasso, Goya and Sorolla. The artwork will be projected on immense limestone surfaces and accompanied by a soundtrack to create a unique audiovisual spectacle. A veritable...

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