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1881 Málaga - 1973 Mougins.
«Mains au poisson».
1953. Brick coloured pottery with green, blue, black, white and rust brown slipware painting. Under the bottom stamped «MADOURA PLEIN FEU» and «EMPREINTE ORIGINALE DE PICASSO» as well as incised number 42/250.
H 5,8, Diam.
Work from an edition of 250 copies.
After meeting Suzanne und Georges Ramié, the owners of the Atelier Madoura in Vallauris 1946, Picasso produced an immense repertoire of unique ceramics for over 20 years. The plasticity and originality of the material inspired the master to new forms of expression, often coupled with his preference for animal depictions and mythical characters.
Provenance: private collection Markgräflerland.
Catalogue raisonné: Ramié 215; Bloch Bd. 3, Katalog des graphischen Keramikwerkes