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Pablo Picasso – Tete de Chevre (A.R. 153)

Pablo Picasso, Tete de Chevre (Goat’s head in profile) is a ceramic plate sculpture made in 1952.  Referred to as a “round/square dish” in the Alain Ramie Catalogue (Ceramic Works 1947-1971), this work features white earthenware clay, decoration in engobes under partial brushed glaze in black, green, yellow, russet, beige patina.  It is numbered from the edition of 100, stamped ‘Madoura’ and ‘Edition Picasso’ on the verso.  Ramie 153.

Picasso created thousands of ceramic pieces between 1947-1971, some of which were produced in limited numbers and with exclusive rights by Madoura Pottery in Vallauris, where Suzanne and Georges Ramie welcomed him in 1946.

Medium

Ceramic Sculpture

Year

1952

Edition

100

Catalogue Raisonné

Ramie 153

Signature

Stamped, numbered

Size 16 (in)
41 (cm)
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Pablo Picasso, Tete de Chevre (Goat’s head in profile) is a ceramic plate sculpture made in 1952.  Referred to as a “round/square dish” in the Alain Ramie Catalogue (Ceramic Works 1947-1971), this work features white earthenware clay, decoration in engobes under partial brushed glaze in black, green, yellow, russet, beige patina.  It is numbered from the edition of 100, stamped ‘Madoura’ and ‘Edition Picasso’ on the verso.  Ramie 153.

Picasso created thousands of ceramic pieces between 1947-1971, some of which were produced in limited numbers and with exclusive rights by Madoura Pottery in Vallauris, where Suzanne and Georges Ramie welcomed him in 1946.

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Medium

Ceramic Sculpture

Year

1952

Edition

100

Catalogue Raisonné

Ramie 153

Signature

Stamped, numbered

Size 16 (in)
41 (cm)
Price Price on Request