Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) is most famous for his paintings but he also made prints throughout his career — his first in 1899, when he was still a teenager; his last in 1972, when he was 90. Experimenting all the while, he produced some 2,400 prints in total, in a wide variety of techniques, most notably etching, lithograph and linocut. This piece he titled "femme" was originally created in 1931.
Lithograph on paper; framed as shown
Note: there is a small chip in the glass. Price reflects.
Dimensions: 16.25" x 12.25"