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Picasso Linocuts

An avid printmaker always exploring new techniques, Picasso experimented with linoleum cuts in the late 50's and early 60's. The original Picasso linocuts were hand-signed and sold by Gallerie Louise Leiris an edition of 50. However, the original linoleum block plates were destroyed during the process of printing, because Picasso carved ever deeper into the block for the application of each separate color, so after the initial printing run they could not be used again.

In 1962 Picasso consented to a larger edition of reduced-size replicas, which were beautifully printed in West Germany and published in America and France. This 1962 edition has become quite scarce as collectors appreciate the quality of printing -- much superior to the reprint editions which followed in later years. We're proud to offer this exquisite and affordable 1962 version of Picasso linocuts.
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Pablo Picasso linocut 1962 Pablo Picasso linocut "Portrait of a Lady"

Medium: linocut re-creation (after the original Picasso linocut). Picasso started making linoleum cuts during the late 1950's and the originals were issued by Gallerie Louise Leiris in signed editions of 50. In 1962 Picasso and the Louise Leiris Gallery cooperated with the production of a facsimile edition of the linocuts, meticulously recreated in reduced size. The printing was done in West Germany, with a French edition published by Editions Cercle D'Art and an American edition published by Harry Abrams, both in 1962. In later years reprints were issued but the prints from the 1962 set are far superior in quality, having the look and feel of actual linocuts.

This impression from the sought-after 1962 edition (published by Abrams) was done on heavy wove paper with a richly textured printed surface. The sheet measures 12 x 14 1/4 inches (305 x 360 mm) and the image size is 10 1/2 x 8 3/4 inches (270 x 220 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there is foxing in the margins but the linocut image is good with strong, fresh color. The first photo is a close-up of the image; the second photo shows the full sheet.


$500.00
Pablo Picasso linocut 1962 Pablo Picasso linocut "Woman at the Window"

Medium: linocut re-creation (after the original Picasso linocut). Picasso started making linoleum cuts during the late 1950's and the originals were issued by Gallerie Louise Leiris in signed editions of 50. In 1962 Picasso and the Louise Leiris Gallery cooperated with the production of a facsimile edition of the linocuts, meticulously recreated in reduced size. The printing was done in West Germany, with a French edition published by Editions Cercle D'Art and an American edition published by Harry Abrams, both in 1962. In later years reprints were issued but the prints from the 1962 set are far superior in quality, having the look and feel of actual linocuts.

This impression from the sought-after 1962 edition (published by Abrams) was done on heavy wove paper with a richly textured printed surface. The sheet measures 12 x 14 1/4 inches (307 x 360 mm) and the image size is 10 1/2 x 12 3/4 inches (270 x 325 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there is foxing in the margins but the linocut image is good with strong, fresh color.


$300.00
Pablo Picasso linocut 1962 Pablo Picasso linocut "Female Head with Necklace"

Medium: linocut re-creation (after the original Picasso linocut). Picasso started making linoleum cuts during the late 1950's and the originals were issued by Gallerie Louise Leiris in signed editions of 50. In 1962 Picasso and the Louise Leiris Gallery cooperated with the production of a facsimile edition of the linocuts, meticulously recreated in reduced size. The printing was done in West Germany, with a French edition published by Editions Cercle D'Art and an American edition published by Harry Abrams, both in 1962. In later years reprints were issued but the prints from the 1962 set are far superior in quality, having the look and feel of actual linocuts.

This impression from the sought-after 1962 edition (published by Abrams) was done on heavy wove paper with a richly textured printed surface. The sheet measures 12 1/2 x 14 1/2 inches (318 x 365 mm) and the image size is 10 1/2 x 8 3/4 inches (270 x 225 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there is foxing in the margins but the linocut image is good with strong, fresh color. The first photo is a close-up of the image; the second photo also shows some of the margins.


$250.00
Pablo Picasso linocut 1962 Pablo Picasso linocut "Female Head"

Medium: linocut re-creation (after the original Picasso linocut). Picasso started making linoleum cuts during the late 1950's and the originals were issued by Gallerie Louise Leiris in signed editions of 50. In 1962 Picasso and the Louise Leiris Gallery cooperated with the production of a facsimile edition of the linocuts, meticulously recreated in reduced size. The printing was done in West Germany, with a French edition published by Editions Cercle D'Art and an American edition published by Harry Abrams, both in 1962. In later years reprints were issued but the prints from the 1962 set are far superior in quality, having the look and feel of actual linocuts.

This impression from the sought-after 1962 edition (published by Abrams) was done on heavy wove paper with a richly textured printed surface. The sheet measures 12 x 14 1/4 inches (307 x 365 mm) and the image size is 10 1/2 x 8 3/4 inches (270 x 223 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there is foxing in the margins but the linocut image is good with strong, fresh color.

$250.00
Pablo Picasso linocut 1962 Pablo Picasso linocut "After the Vintage"

Medium: linocut re-creation (after the original Picasso linocut). Picasso started making linoleum cuts during the late 1950's and the originals were issued by Gallerie Louise Leiris in signed editions of 50. In 1962 Picasso and the Louise Leiris Gallery cooperated with the production of a facsimile edition of the linocuts, meticulously recreated in reduced size. The printing was done in West Germany, with a French edition published by Editions Cercle D'Art and an American edition published by Harry Abrams, both in 1962. In later years reprints were issued but the prints from the 1962 set are far superior in quality, having the look and feel of actual linocuts.

This impression from the sought-after 1962 edition (published by Abrams) was done on heavy wove paper with a richly textured printed surface. The sheet measures 12 1/2 x 14 1/2 inches (318 x 365 mm) and the image size is 10 1/2 x 12 3/4 inches (270 x 325 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there is foxing in the margins but the linocut image is good with strong, fresh color. The first photo is a close-up of the image; the second photo also shows some of the margins.


$250.00
Pablo Picasso linocut 1962 Pablo Picasso linocut "The Banderillas"

Medium: linocut re-creation (after the original Picasso linocut). Picasso started making linoleum cuts during the late 1950's and the originals were issued by Gallerie Louise Leiris in signed editions of 50. In 1962 Picasso and the Louise Leiris Gallery cooperated with the production of a facsimile edition of the linocuts, meticulously recreated in reduced size. The printing was done in West Germany, with a French edition published by Editions Cercle D'Art and an American edition published by Harry Abrams, both in 1962. In later years reprints were issued but the prints from the 1962 set are far superior in quality, having the look and feel of actual linocuts.

This impression from the sought-after 1962 edition (published by Abrams) was done on heavy wove paper with a richly textured printed surface. The sheet measures 12 1/2 x 14 1/2 inches (318 x 365 mm) and the image size is 10 1/2 x 12 3/4 inches (270 x 325 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there is foxing in the margins but the linocut image is good with strong, fresh color. The first photo is a close-up of the image; the second photo also shows some of the margins.


$250.00
Pablo Picasso linocut 1962 Pablo Picasso linocut "Three Women"

Medium: linocut re-creation (after the original Picasso linocut). Picasso started making linoleum cuts during the late 1950's and the originals were issued by Gallerie Louise Leiris in signed editions of 50. In 1962 Picasso and the Louise Leiris Gallery cooperated with the production of a facsimile edition of the linocuts, meticulously recreated in reduced size. The printing was done in West Germany, with a French edition published by Editions Cercle D'Art and an American edition published by Harry Abrams, both in 1962. In later years reprints were issued but the prints from the 1962 set are far superior in quality, having the look and feel of actual linocuts.

This impression from the sought-after 1962 edition (published by Abrams) was done on heavy wove paper with a richly textured printed surface. The sheet measures 12 1/2 x 14 1/2 inches (318 x 365 mm) and the image size is 10 1/2 x 12 3/4 inches (270 x 325 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there is foxing in the margins but the linocut image is good with strong, fresh color. The first photo is a close-up of the image; the second photo also shows some of the margins.


$250.00
Pablo Picasso linocut 1962 Pablo Picasso linocut "Two Women at the Window"

Medium: linocut re-creation (after the original Picasso linocut). Picasso started making linoleum cuts during the late 1950's and the originals were issued by Gallerie Louise Leiris in signed editions of 50. In 1962 Picasso and the Louise Leiris Gallery cooperated with the production of a facsimile edition of the linocuts, meticulously recreated in reduced size. The printing was done in West Germany, with a French edition published by Editions Cercle D'Art and an American edition published by Harry Abrams, both in 1962. In later years reprints were issued but the prints from the 1962 set are far superior in quality, having the look and feel of actual linocuts.

This impression from the sought-after 1962 edition (published by Abrams) was done on heavy wove paper with a richly textured printed surface. The sheet measures 12 1/2 x 14 1/2 inches (318 x 365 mm) and the image size is 10 1/2 x 12 3/4 inches (270 x 325 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there is foxing in the margins but the linocut image is good with strong, fresh color. The first photo is a close-up of the image; the second photo also shows some of the margins.


$250.00
Pablo Picasso linocut 1962 Pablo Picasso linocut "Bacchanal with Bull"

Medium: linocut re-creation (after the original Picasso linocut). Picasso started making linoleum cuts during the late 1950's and the originals were issued by Gallerie Louise Leiris in signed editions of 50. In 1962 Picasso and the Louise Leiris Gallery cooperated with the production of a facsimile edition of the linocuts, meticulously recreated in reduced size. The printing was done in West Germany, with a French edition published by Editions Cercle D'Art and an American edition published by Harry Abrams, both in 1962. In later years reprints were issued but the prints from the 1962 set are far superior in quality, having the look and feel of actual linocuts.

This impression from the sought-after 1962 edition (published by Abrams) was done on heavy wove paper with a richly textured printed surface. The sheet measures 12 x 14 inches (307 x 358 mm) and the image size is 10 1/2 x 13 inches (270 x 330 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there is foxing in the margins but the linocut image is good with strong, fresh color.


$250.00
Pablo Picasso linocut 1962 Pablo Picasso linocut "Reclining Woman and Guitar-Playing Picador"

Medium: linocut re-creation (after the original Picasso linocut). Picasso started making linoleum cuts during the late 1950's and the originals were issued by Gallerie Louise Leiris in signed editions of 50. In 1962 Picasso and the Louise Leiris Gallery cooperated with the production of a facsimile edition of the linocuts, meticulously recreated in reduced size. The printing was done in West Germany, with a French edition published by Editions Cercle D'Art and an American edition published by Harry Abrams, both in 1962. In later years reprints were issued but the prints from the 1962 set are far superior in quality, having the look and feel of actual linocuts.

This impression from the sought-after 1962 edition (published by Abrams) was done on heavy wove paper with a richly textured printed surface. The sheet measures 12 1/2 x 14 1/2 inches (318 x 365 mm) and the image size is 10 1/2 x 12 3/4 inches (270 x 325 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there is foxing in the margins but the linocut image is good with strong, fresh color. The first photo is a close-up of the image; the second photo also shows some of the margins.


$225.00
Pablo Picasso linocut 1962 Pablo Picasso linocut "Reclining Woman and Picador Eating Grapes"

Medium: linocut re-creation (after the original Picasso linocut). Picasso started making linoleum cuts during the late 1950's and the originals were issued by Gallerie Louise Leiris in signed editions of 50. In 1962 Picasso and the Louise Leiris Gallery cooperated with the production of a facsimile edition of the linocuts, meticulously recreated in reduced size. The printing was done in West Germany, with a French edition published by Editions Cercle D'Art and an American edition published by Harry Abrams, both in 1962. In later years reprints were issued but the prints from the 1962 set are far superior in quality, having the look and feel of actual linocuts.

This impression from the sought-after 1962 edition (published by Abrams) was done on heavy wove paper with a richly textured printed surface. The sheet measures 12 1/2 x 14 1/2 inches (318 x 365 mm) and the image size is 10 1/2 x 12 3/4 inches (270 x 325 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there is foxing in the margins but the linocut image is good with strong, fresh color. The first photo is a close-up of the image; the second photo also shows some of the margins.


$225.00
Pablo Picasso linocut 1962 Pablo Picasso linocut "Picador and Bull"

Medium: linocut re-creation (after the original Picasso linocut). Picasso started making linoleum cuts during the late 1950's and the originals were issued by Gallerie Louise Leiris in signed editions of 50. In 1962 Picasso and the Louise Leiris Gallery cooperated with the production of a facsimile edition of the linocuts, meticulously recreated in reduced size. The printing was done in West Germany, with a French edition published by Editions Cercle D'Art and an American edition published by Harry Abrams, both in 1962. In later years reprints were issued but the prints from the 1962 set are far superior in quality, having the look and feel of actual linocuts.

This impression from the sought-after 1962 edition (published by Abrams) was done on heavy wove paper with a richly textured printed surface. The sheet measures 12 1/2 x 14 1/2 inches (318 x 365 mm) and the image size is 10 1/2 x 13 inches (270 x 330 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there is foxing in the margins but the linocut image is good with strong, fresh color. There is a scratch near the top of the image, but it is difficult to see from most angles. The first photo is a close-up of the image; the second photo also shows some of the margins.


$225.00
Pablo Picasso linocut 1962 Pablo Picasso linocut "Before the Goading of the Bull"

Medium: linocut re-creation (after the original Picasso linocut). Picasso started making linoleum cuts during the late 1950's and the originals were issued by Gallerie Louise Leiris in signed editions of 50. In 1962 Picasso and the Louise Leiris Gallery cooperated with the production of a facsimile edition of the linocuts, meticulously recreated in reduced size. The printing was done in West Germany, with a French edition published by Editions Cercle D'Art and an American edition published by Harry Abrams, both in 1962. In later years reprints were issued but the prints from the 1962 set are far superior in quality, having the look and feel of actual linocuts.

This impression from the sought-after 1962 edition (published by Abrams) was done on heavy wove paper with a richly textured printed surface. The sheet measures 12 x 14 1/4 inches (307 x 360 mm) and the image size is 10 1/2 x 12 3/4 inches (270 x 325 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there is foxing in the margins but the linocut image is good with strong, fresh color.

$200.00
Pablo Picasso linocut 1962 Pablo Picasso linocut "Female Head"

Medium: linocut re-creation (after the original Picasso linocut). Picasso started making linoleum cuts during the late 1950's and the originals were issued by Gallerie Louise Leiris in signed editions of 50. In 1962 Picasso and the Louise Leiris Gallery cooperated with the production of a facsimile edition of the linocuts, meticulously recreated in reduced size. The printing was done in West Germany, with a French edition published by Editions Cercle D'Art and an American edition published by Harry Abrams, both in 1962. In later years reprints were issued but the prints from the 1962 set are far superior in quality, having the look and feel of actual linocuts.

This impression from the sought-after 1962 edition (published by Abrams) was done on heavy wove paper with a richly textured printed surface. The sheet measures 12 1/2 x 14 1/2 inches (318 x 365 mm) and the image size is 10 1/2 x 9 inches (270 x 225 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there is foxing in the margins but the linocut image is good with strong, fresh color. The first photo is a close-up of the image; the second photo also shows some of the margins.


$200.00
Pablo Picasso linocut 1962 Pablo Picasso linocut "Picador Goading Bull with Matador"

Medium: linocut re-creation (after the original Picasso linocut). Picasso started making linoleum cuts during the late 1950's and the originals were issued by Gallerie Louise Leiris in signed editions of 50. In 1962 Picasso and the Louise Leiris Gallery cooperated with the production of a facsimile edition of the linocuts, meticulously recreated in reduced size. The printing was done in West Germany, with a French edition published by Editions Cercle D'Art and an American edition published by Harry Abrams, both in 1962. In later years reprints were issued but the prints from the 1962 set are far superior in quality, having the look and feel of actual linocuts.

This impression from the sought-after 1962 edition (published by Abrams) was done on heavy wove paper with a richly textured printed surface. The sheet measures 12 1/2 x 14 1/2 inches (318 x 365 mm) and the image size is 10 1/2 x 12 3/4 inches (270 x 325 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there is foxing in the margins but the linocut image is good with strong, fresh color. The first photo is a close-up of the image; the second photo also shows some of the margins.


$200.00
Pablo Picasso linocut 1962 Pablo Picasso linocut "Bull-flower"

Medium: linocut re-creation (after the original Picasso linocut). Picasso started making linoleum cuts during the late 1950's and the originals were issued by Gallerie Louise Leiris in signed editions of 50. In 1962 Picasso and the Louise Leiris Gallery cooperated with the production of a facsimile edition of the linocuts, meticulously recreated in reduced size. The printing was done in West Germany, with a French edition published by Editions Cercle D'Art and an American edition published by Harry Abrams, both in 1962. In later years reprints were issued but the prints from the 1962 set are far superior in quality, having the look and feel of actual linocuts.

This impression from the sought-after 1962 edition (published by Abrams) was done on heavy wove paper with a richly textured printed surface. The sheet measures 12 1/2 x 14 1/2 inches (318 x 365 mm) and the image size is 10 1/2 x 8 3/4 inches (270 x 223 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there is foxing in the margins but the linocut image is good with strong, fresh color. The first photo is a close-up of the image; the second photo also shows some of the margins.


$175.00
Pablo Picasso linocut 1962 Pablo Picasso linocut "Female Bust"

Medium: linocut re-creation (after the original Picasso linocut). Picasso started making linoleum cuts during the late 1950's and the originals were issued by Gallerie Louise Leiris in signed editions of 50. In 1962 Picasso and the Louise Leiris Gallery cooperated with the production of a facsimile edition of the linocuts, meticulously recreated in reduced size. The printing was done in West Germany, with a French edition published by Editions Cercle D'Art and an American edition published by Harry Abrams, both in 1962. In later years reprints were issued but the prints from the 1962 set are far superior in quality, having the look and feel of actual linocuts.

This impression from the sought-after 1962 edition (published by Abrams) was done on heavy wove paper with a richly textured printed surface. The sheet measures 12 1/2 x 14 1/2 inches (318 x 365 mm) and the image size is 10 1/2 x 8 3/4 inches (270 x 223 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there is foxing in the margins but the linocut image is good with strong, fresh color. The first photo is a close-up of the image; the second photo also shows some of the margins.


$175.00
Pablo Picasso linocut 1962 Pablo Picasso linocut "Jacqueline"

Medium: linocut re-creation (after the original Picasso linocut). Picasso started making linoleum cuts during the late 1950's and the originals were issued by Gallerie Louise Leiris in signed editions of 50. In 1962 Picasso and the Louise Leiris Gallery cooperated with the production of a facsimile edition of the linocuts, meticulously recreated in reduced size. The printing was done in West Germany, with a French edition published by Editions Cercle D'Art and an American edition published by Harry Abrams, both in 1962. In later years reprints were issued but the prints from the 1962 set are far superior in quality, having the look and feel of actual linocuts.

This impression from the sought-after 1962 edition (published by Abrams) was done on heavy wove paper with a richly textured printed surface. The sheet measures 12 x 14 inches (307 x 360 mm) and the image size is 10 1/2 x 8 3/4 inches (270 x 223 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there is foxing in the margins but the linocut image is good with strong, fresh color.

$175.00
Pablo Picasso linocut 1962 Pablo Picasso linocut "Dancing Satyrs and Flute Player"

Medium: linocut re-creation (after the original Picasso linocut). Picasso started making linoleum cuts during the late 1950's and the originals were issued by Gallerie Louise Leiris in signed editions of 50. In 1962 Picasso and the Louise Leiris Gallery cooperated with the production of a facsimile edition of the linocuts, meticulously recreated in reduced size. The printing was done in West Germany, with a French edition published by Editions Cercle D'Art and an American edition published by Harry Abrams, both in 1962. In later years reprints were issued but the prints from the 1962 set are far superior in quality, having the look and feel of actual linocuts.

This impression from the sought-after 1962 edition (published by Abrams) was done on heavy wove paper with a richly textured printed surface. The sheet measures 12 1/2 x 14 1/2 inches (318 x 365 mm) and the image size is 10 1/2 x 12 3/4 inches (270 x 325 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there is foxing in the margins but the linocut image is good with strong, fresh color. The first photo is a close-up of the image; the second photo also shows some of the margins.


$175.00
Pablo Picasso linocut 1962 Pablo Picasso linocut "Bacchanal with Pair of Lovers and Owl"

Medium: linocut re-creation (after the original Picasso linocut). Picasso started making linoleum cuts during the late 1950's and the originals were issued by Gallerie Louise Leiris in signed editions of 50. In 1962 Picasso and the Louise Leiris Gallery cooperated with the production of a facsimile edition of the linocuts, meticulously recreated in reduced size. The printing was done in West Germany, with a French edition published by Editions Cercle D'Art and an American edition published by Harry Abrams, both in 1962. In later years reprints were issued but the prints from the 1962 set are far superior in quality, having the look and feel of actual linocuts.

This impression from the sought-after 1962 edition (published by Abrams) was done on heavy wove paper with a richly textured printed surface. The sheet measures 12 1/2 x 14 1/2 inches (318 x 365 mm) and the image size is 10 1/2 x 12 3/4 inches (270 x 325 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there is foxing in the margins but the linocut image is good with strong, fresh color. The first photo is a close-up of the image; the second photo also shows some of the margins.


$175.00
Pablo Picasso linocut 1962 Pablo Picasso linocut "Bacchanal with Goat and Owl"

Medium: linocut re-creation (after the original Picasso linocut). Picasso started making linoleum cuts during the late 1950's and the originals were issued by Gallerie Louise Leiris in signed editions of 50. In 1962 Picasso and the Louise Leiris Gallery cooperated with the production of a facsimile edition of the linocuts, meticulously recreated in reduced size. The printing was done in West Germany, with a French edition published by Editions Cercle D'Art and an American edition published by Harry Abrams, both in 1962. In later years reprints were issued but the prints from the 1962 set are far superior in quality, having the look and feel of actual linocuts.

This impression from the sought-after 1962 edition (published by Abrams) was done on heavy wove paper with a richly textured printed surface. The sheet measures 12 1/2 x 14 1/2 inches (318 x 365 mm) and the image size is 10 1/2 x 12 3/4 inches (270 x 325 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there is foxing in the margins but the linocut image is good with strong, fresh color. The first photo is a close-up of the image; the second photo also shows some of the margins.


$175.00
Pablo Picasso linocut 1962 Pablo Picasso linocut "The Broken Lance"

Medium: linocut re-creation (after the original Picasso linocut). Picasso started making linoleum cuts during the late 1950's and the originals were issued by Gallerie Louise Leiris in signed editions of 50. In 1962 Picasso and the Louise Leiris Gallery cooperated with the production of a facsimile edition of the linocuts, meticulously recreated in reduced size. The printing was done in West Germany, with a French edition published by Editions Cercle D'Art and an American edition published by Harry Abrams, both in 1962. In later years reprints were issued but the prints from the 1962 set are far superior in quality, having the look and feel of actual linocuts.

This impression from the sought-after 1962 edition (published by Abrams) was done on heavy wove paper with a richly textured printed surface. The sheet measures 12 1/2 x 14 1/2 inches (318 x 365 mm) and the image size is 10 1/2 x 12 3/4 inches (270 x 325 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there is foxing in the margins but the linocut image is good with strong, fresh color. The first photo is a close-up of the image; the second photo also shows some of the margins.


$175.00
Pablo Picasso linocut 1962 Pablo Picasso linocut "Two Women"

Medium: linocut re-creation (after the original Picasso linocut). Picasso started making linoleum cuts during the late 1950's and the originals were issued by Gallerie Louise Leiris in signed editions of 50. In 1962 Picasso and the Louise Leiris Gallery cooperated with the production of a facsimile edition of the linocuts, meticulously recreated in reduced size. The printing was done in West Germany, with a French edition published by Editions Cercle D'Art and an American edition published by Harry Abrams, both in 1962. In later years reprints were issued but the prints from the 1962 set are far superior in quality, having the look and feel of actual linocuts.

This impression from the sought-after 1962 edition (published by Abrams) was done on heavy wove paper with a richly textured printed surface. The sheet measures 12 1/2 x 14 1/2 inches (318 x 365 mm) and the image size is 10 1/2 x 12 3/4 inches (270 x 325 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there is foxing in the margins but the linocut image is good with strong, fresh color. The first photo is a close-up of the image; the second photo also shows some of the margins.


$175.00
Pablo Picasso linocut 1962 Pablo Picasso linocut "Reclining Woman and Picador with Guitar"

Medium: linocut re-creation (after the original Picasso linocut). Picasso started making linoleum cuts during the late 1950's and the originals were issued by Gallerie Louise Leiris in signed editions of 50. In 1962 Picasso and the Louise Leiris Gallery cooperated with the production of a facsimile edition of the linocuts, meticulously recreated in reduced size. The printing was done in West Germany, with a French edition published by Editions Cercle D'Art and an American edition published by Harry Abrams, both in 1962. In later years reprints were issued but the prints from the 1962 set are far superior in quality, having the look and feel of actual linocuts.

This impression from the sought-after 1962 edition (published by Abrams) was done on heavy wove paper with a richly textured printed surface. The sheet measures 12 1/2 x 14 1/2 inches (318 x 365 mm) and the image size is 10 1/2 x 12 3/4 inches (270 x 325 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there is foxing in the margins but the linocut image is good with strong, fresh color. The first photo is a close-up of the image; the second photo also shows some of the margins.


$175.00
Pablo Picasso linocut 1962 Pablo Picasso linocut "Picador Goading Bull"

Medium: linocut re-creation (after the original Picasso linocut). Picasso started making linoleum cuts during the late 1950's and the originals were issued by Gallerie Louise Leiris in signed editions of 50. In 1962 Picasso and the Louise Leiris Gallery cooperated with the production of a facsimile edition of the linocuts, meticulously recreated in reduced size. The printing was done in West Germany, with a French edition published by Editions Cercle D'Art and an American edition published by Harry Abrams, both in 1962. In later years reprints were issued but the prints from the 1962 set are far superior in quality, having the look and feel of actual linocuts.

This impression from the sought-after 1962 edition (published by Abrams) was done on heavy wove paper with a richly textured printed surface. The sheet measures 12 1/2 x 14 1/2 inches (318 x 365 mm) and the image size is 10 1/2 x 12 3/4 inches (270 x 325 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there is foxing in the margins but the linocut image is good with strong, fresh color. The first photo is a close-up of the image; the second photo also shows some of the margins.


$175.00
Pablo Picasso linocut 1962 Pablo Picasso linocut "Guitar Player and Seated Woman"

Medium: linocut re-creation (after the original Picasso linocut). Picasso started making linoleum cuts during the late 1950's and the originals were issued by Gallerie Louise Leiris in signed editions of 50. In 1962 Picasso and the Louise Leiris Gallery cooperated with the production of a facsimile edition of the linocuts, meticulously recreated in reduced size. The printing was done in West Germany, with a French edition published by Editions Cercle D'Art and an American edition published by Harry Abrams, both in 1962. In later years reprints were issued but the prints from the 1962 set are far superior in quality, having the look and feel of actual linocuts.

This impression from the sought-after 1962 edition (published by Abrams) was done on heavy wove paper with a richly textured printed surface. The sheet measures 12 1/2 x 14 1/2 inches (318 x 365 mm) and the image size is 10 1/2 x 12 3/4 inches (270 x 325 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there is foxing in the margins but the linocut image is good with strong, fresh color. The first photo is a close-up of the image; the second photo also shows some of the margins.


$175.00
Pablo Picasso linocut 1962 Pablo Picasso linocut "Bacchanal with Mother and Child"

Medium: linocut re-creation (after the original Picasso linocut). Picasso started making linoleum cuts during the late 1950's and the originals were issued by Gallerie Louise Leiris in signed editions of 50. In 1962 Picasso and the Louise Leiris Gallery cooperated with the production of a facsimile edition of the linocuts, meticulously recreated in reduced size. The printing was done in West Germany, with a French edition published by Editions Cercle D'Art and an American edition published by Harry Abrams, both in 1962. In later years reprints were issued but the prints from the 1962 set are far superior in quality, having the look and feel of actual linocuts.

This impression from the sought-after 1962 edition (published by Abrams) was done on heavy wove paper with a richly textured printed surface. The sheet measures 12 1/2 x 14 1/2 inches (318 x 365 mm) and the image size is 10 1/2 x 12 3/4 inches (270 x 325 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there is foxing in the margins but the linocut image is good with strong, fresh color. The first photo is a close-up of the image; the second photo also shows some of the margins.


$175.00
Pablo Picasso linocut 1962 Pablo Picasso linocut "Picador and Matador"

Medium: linocut re-creation (after the original Picasso linocut). Picasso started making linoleum cuts during the late 1950's and the originals were issued by Gallerie Louise Leiris in signed editions of 50. In 1962 Picasso and the Louise Leiris Gallery cooperated with the production of a facsimile edition of the linocuts, meticulously recreated in reduced size. The printing was done in West Germany, with a French edition published by Editions Cercle D'Art and an American edition published by Harry Abrams, both in 1962. In later years reprints were issued but the prints from the 1962 set are far superior in quality, having the look and feel of actual linocuts.

This impression from the sought-after 1962 edition (published by Abrams) was done on heavy wove paper with a richly textured printed surface. The sheet measures 12 1/2 x 14 1/2 inches (318 x 365 mm) and the image size is 10 1/2 x 13 inches (270 x 330 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there is foxing in the margins but the linocut image is good with strong, fresh color. The first photo is a close-up of the image; the second photo also shows some of the margins.


$175.00
Pablo Picasso linocut 1962 Pablo Picasso linocut "Picador Goading Bull with Matador"

Medium: linocut re-creation (after the original Picasso linocut). Picasso started making linoleum cuts during the late 1950's and the originals were issued by Gallerie Louise Leiris in signed editions of 50. In 1962 Picasso and the Louise Leiris Gallery cooperated with the production of a facsimile edition of the linocuts, meticulously recreated in reduced size. The printing was done in West Germany, with a French edition published by Editions Cercle D'Art and an American edition published by Harry Abrams, both in 1962. In later years reprints were issued but the prints from the 1962 set are far superior in quality, having the look and feel of actual linocuts.

This impression from the sought-after 1962 edition (published by Abrams) was done on heavy wove paper with a richly textured printed surface. The sheet measures 12 1/2 x 14 1/2 inches (318 x 365 mm) and the image size is 10 1/2 x 12 3/4 inches (270 x 325 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there is foxing in the margins but the linocut image is good with strong, fresh color. The first photo is a close-up of the image; the second photo also shows some of the margins.


$175.00
Pablo Picasso linocut 1962 Pablo Picasso linocut "Picador and Fleeing Bull"

Medium: linocut re-creation (after the original Picasso linocut). Picasso started making linoleum cuts during the late 1950's and the originals were issued by Gallerie Louise Leiris in signed editions of 50. In 1962 Picasso and the Louise Leiris Gallery cooperated with the production of a facsimile edition of the linocuts, meticulously recreated in reduced size. The printing was done in West Germany, with a French edition published by Editions Cercle D'Art and an American edition published by Harry Abrams, both in 1962. In later years reprints were issued but the prints from the 1962 set are far superior in quality, having the look and feel of actual linocuts.

This impression from the sought-after 1962 edition (published by Abrams) was done on heavy wove paper with a richly textured printed surface. The sheet measures 12 1/2 x 14 1/2 inches (318 x 365 mm) and the image size is 10 1/2 x 12 3/4 inches (270 x 325 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there is foxing in the margins but the linocut image is good with strong, fresh color. The first photo is a close-up of the image; the second photo also shows some of the margins.


$175.00
Pablo Picasso linocut 1962 Pablo Picasso linocut "Picador Goading Bull"

Medium: linocut re-creation (after the original Picasso linocut). Picasso started making linoleum cuts during the late 1950's and the originals were issued by Gallerie Louise Leiris in signed editions of 50. In 1962 Picasso and the Louise Leiris Gallery cooperated with the production of a facsimile edition of the linocuts, meticulously recreated in reduced size. The printing was done in West Germany, with a French edition published by Editions Cercle D'Art and an American edition published by Harry Abrams, both in 1962. In later years reprints were issued but the prints from the 1962 set are far superior in quality, having the look and feel of actual linocuts.

This impression from the sought-after 1962 edition (published by Abrams) was done on heavy wove paper with a richly textured printed surface. The sheet measures 12 1/2 x 14 1/2 inches (318 x 365 mm) and the image size is 10 1/2 x 12 3/4 inches (270 x 325 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there is foxing in the margins but the linocut image is good with strong, fresh color. The first photo is a close-up of the image; the second photo also shows some of the margins.


$175.00
Pablo Picasso linocut 1962 Pablo Picasso linocut "Before the Goading of the Bull"

Medium: linocut re-creation (after the original Picasso linocut). Picasso started making linoleum cuts during the late 1950's and the originals were issued by Gallerie Louise Leiris in signed editions of 50. In 1962 Picasso and the Louise Leiris Gallery cooperated with the production of a facsimile edition of the linocuts, meticulously recreated in reduced size. The printing was done in West Germany, with a French edition published by Editions Cercle D'Art and an American edition published by Harry Abrams, both in 1962. In later years reprints were issued but the prints from the 1962 set are far superior in quality, having the look and feel of actual linocuts.

This impression from the sought-after 1962 edition (published by Abrams) was done on heavy wove paper with a richly textured printed surface. The sheet measures 12 1/2 x 14 1/2 inches (318 x 365 mm) and the image size is 6 1/2 x 8 3/4 inches (165 x 225 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there is foxing in the margin near the edges of the sheet but if properly matted this will not be evident. The linocut image is good with strong, fresh color and the margin around the image is clean.


$150.00
Pablo Picasso linocut 1962 Pablo Picasso linocut "Bull Charging a Capa"

Medium: linocut re-creation (after the original Picasso linocut). Picasso started making linoleum cuts during the late 1950's and the originals were issued by Gallerie Louise Leiris in signed editions of 50. In 1962 Picasso and the Louise Leiris Gallery cooperated with the production of a facsimile edition of the linocuts, meticulously recreated in reduced size. The printing was done in West Germany, with a French edition published by Editions Cercle D'Art and an American edition published by Harry Abrams, both in 1962. In later years reprints were issued but the prints from the 1962 set are far superior in quality, having the look and feel of actual linocuts.

This impression from the sought-after 1962 edition (published by Abrams) was done on heavy wove paper with a richly textured printed surface. The sheet measures 12 1/2 x 14 1/2 inches (318 x 365 mm) and the image size is 6 1/2 x 8 3/4 inches (165 x 225 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there is foxing in the margin near the edges of the sheet but if properly matted this will not be evident. The linocut image is good with strong, fresh color and the margin around the image is clean.


$150.00
Pablo Picasso linocut 1962 Pablo Picasso linocut "The Goading of the Bull"

Medium: linocut re-creation (after the original Picasso linocut). Picasso started making linoleum cuts during the late 1950's and the originals were issued by Gallerie Louise Leiris in signed editions of 50. In 1962 Picasso and the Louise Leiris Gallery cooperated with the production of a facsimile edition of the linocuts, meticulously recreated in reduced size. The printing was done in West Germany, with a French edition published by Editions Cercle D'Art and an American edition published by Harry Abrams, both in 1962. In later years reprints were issued but the prints from the 1962 set are far superior in quality, having the look and feel of actual linocuts.

This impression from the sought-after 1962 edition (published by Abrams) was done on heavy wove paper with a richly textured printed surface. The sheet measures 12 1/2 x 14 1/2 inches (318 x 365 mm) and the image size is 6 1/2 x 8 3/4 inches (165 x 225 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there is foxing in the margin near the edges of the sheet but if properly matted this will not be evident. The linocut image is good with strong, fresh color and the margin around the image is clean.


$150.00
Pablo Picasso linocut 1962 Pablo Picasso linocut "Mounted Picador"

Medium: linocut re-creation (after the original Picasso linocut). Picasso started making linoleum cuts during the late 1950's and the originals were issued by Gallerie Louise Leiris in signed editions of 50. In 1962 Picasso and the Louise Leiris Gallery cooperated with the production of a facsimile edition of the linocuts, meticulously recreated in reduced size. The printing was done in West Germany, with a French edition published by Editions Cercle D'Art and an American edition published by Harry Abrams, both in 1962. In later years reprints were issued but the prints from the 1962 set are far superior in quality, having the look and feel of actual linocuts.

This impression from the sought-after 1962 edition (published by Abrams) was done on heavy wove paper with a richly textured printed surface. The sheet measures 12 1/2 x 14 1/2 inches (318 x 365 mm) and the image size is 6 1/2 x 8 3/4 inches (165 x 225 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there is foxing in the margin near the edges of the sheet but if properly matted this will not be evident. The linocut image is good with strong, fresh color and the margin around the image is clean.


$150.00
Pablo Picasso linocut 1962 Pablo Picasso linocut "The Banderillas"

Medium: linocut re-creation (after the original Picasso linocut). Picasso started making linoleum cuts during the late 1950's and the originals were issued by Gallerie Louise Leiris in signed editions of 50. In 1962 Picasso and the Louise Leiris Gallery cooperated with the production of a facsimile edition of the linocuts, meticulously recreated in reduced size. The printing was done in West Germany, with a French edition published by Editions Cercle D'Art and an American edition published by Harry Abrams, both in 1962. In later years reprints were issued but the prints from the 1962 set are far superior in quality, having the look and feel of actual linocuts.

This impression from the sought-after 1962 edition (published by Abrams) was done on heavy wove paper with a richly textured printed surface. The sheet measures 12 1/2 x 14 1/2 inches (318 x 365 mm) and the image size is 6 1/2 x 8 3/4 inches (165 x 225 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there is foxing in the margin near the edges of the sheet but if properly matted this will not be evident. The linocut image is good with strong, fresh color and the margin around the image is clean.


$150.00
Pablo Picasso linocut 1962 Pablo Picasso linocut "Mother, Child, Dancer and Flute Player"

Medium: linocut re-creation (after the original Picasso linocut). Picasso started making linoleum cuts during the late 1950's and the originals were issued by Gallerie Louise Leiris in signed editions of 50. In 1962 Picasso and the Louise Leiris Gallery cooperated with the production of a facsimile edition of the linocuts, meticulously recreated in reduced size. The printing was done in West Germany, with a French edition published by Editions Cercle D'Art and an American edition published by Harry Abrams, both in 1962. In later years reprints were issued but the prints from the 1962 set are far superior in quality, having the look and feel of actual linocuts.

This impression from the sought-after 1962 edition (published by Abrams) was done on heavy wove paper with a richly textured printed surface. The sheet measures 12 1/2 x 14 1/2 inches (318 x 365 mm) and the image size is 10 1/2 x 8 3/4 inches (270 x 225 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there is foxing in the margins but the linocut image is good with strong, fresh color. The first photo is a close-up of the image; the second photo also shows some of the margins.


$150.00
Pablo Picasso linocut 1962 Pablo Picasso linocut "Picador, Woman and Horse"

Medium: linocut re-creation (after the original Picasso linocut). Picasso started making linoleum cuts during the late 1950's and the originals were issued by Gallerie Louise Leiris in signed editions of 50. In 1962 Picasso and the Louise Leiris Gallery cooperated with the production of a facsimile edition of the linocuts, meticulously recreated in reduced size. The printing was done in West Germany, with a French edition published by Editions Cercle D'Art and an American edition published by Harry Abrams, both in 1962. In later years reprints were issued but the prints from the 1962 set are far superior in quality, having the look and feel of actual linocuts.

This impression from the sought-after 1962 edition (published by Abrams) was done on heavy wove paper with a richly textured printed surface. The sheet measures 12 1/2 x 14 1/2 inches (318 x 365 mm) and the image size is 10 1/2 x 8 3/4 inches (270 x 223 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there is foxing in the margins but the linocut image is good with strong, fresh color. The first photo is a close-up of the image; the second photo also shows some of the margins.


$150.00
Pablo Picasso linocut 1962 Pablo Picasso linocut "Picador and Horse"

Medium: linocut re-creation (after the original Picasso linocut). Picasso started making linoleum cuts during the late 1950's and the originals were issued by Gallerie Louise Leiris in signed editions of 50. In 1962 Picasso and the Louise Leiris Gallery cooperated with the production of a facsimile edition of the linocuts, meticulously recreated in reduced size. The printing was done in West Germany, with a French edition published by Editions Cercle D'Art and an American edition published by Harry Abrams, both in 1962. In later years reprints were issued but the prints from the 1962 set are far superior in quality, having the look and feel of actual linocuts.

This impression from the sought-after 1962 edition (published by Abrams) was done on heavy wove paper with a richly textured printed surface. The sheet measures 12 1/2 x 14 1/2 inches (318 x 365 mm) and the image size is 10 1/2 x 8 3/4 inches (270 x 223 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there is foxing in the margins but the linocut image is good with strong, fresh color. The first photo is a close-up of the image; the second photo also shows some of the margins.


$150.00
Pablo Picasso linocut 1962 Pablo Picasso linocut "Flower Vase"

Medium: linocut re-creation (after the original Picasso linocut). Picasso started making linoleum cuts during the late 1950's and the originals were issued by Gallerie Louise Leiris in signed editions of 50. In 1962 Picasso and the Louise Leiris Gallery cooperated with the production of a facsimile edition of the linocuts, meticulously recreated in reduced size. The printing was done in West Germany, with a French edition published by Editions Cercle D'Art and an American edition published by Harry Abrams, both in 1962. In later years reprints were issued but the prints from the 1962 set are far superior in quality, having the look and feel of actual linocuts.

This impression from the sought-after 1962 edition (published by Abrams) was done on heavy wove paper with a richly textured printed surface. The sheet measures 12 1/2 x 14 1/2 inches (318 x 365 mm) and the image size is 10 1/2 x 8 3/4 inches (270 x 225 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there is foxing in the margins but the linocut image is good with strong, fresh color. The first photo is a close-up of the image; the second photo also shows some of the margins.


$150.00