This first edition, 1961 Picasso: Toreros features four original prints and 103 illustrations. Prints have some discoloration, as shown in pictures. One page of the book (not a print) is loose. Besides these issues, book is in good condition with a strong spine, no musty smell, and illustrated pages are free of discoloration or wear. Book published by George Braziller, by arrangement with Andre Sauret. Narrated by Jaime Sabartes, a close personal friend of the artist. Translated by Patrick Gregory.
The book's illustrations are from Picasso's rapid-sketch type ink paintings. They succeed in capturing much of the drama of bullfighting, and also witness the world of the matador, bullfighter, or torero, as seen by the artist.
Although not a typical piece for us to have in our store, this solid walnut highboy is exceptionally beautiful and we're happy to have it around. In excellent condition, this...
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Dating to 1966, this small, single edition print is signed "Floyd," and titled "Bottles." We've been unable to identify the artist. Because it is single edition, this is a one...