13217 Picasso and Marguerite
13217

Picasso and Marguerite

in Acrylic by Rebecca Adam No Artist Reviews
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The hanging of a painting is an often overlooked part in the creative process, as is the support given from one artist to another. This painting, drawn from a photograph, records the moment when Picasso hung the portrait painted by his much admired contemporary Matisse. The tan background of the original Marguerite becomes an over-ground here to enhance the feeling of a painting within a painting. Somehow the jodhpur-like trouser leg came to look like a horse's limb - which seems fitting as Picasso's work often confronts the viewer with morphing portraits. The pink jumper matching Marguerite's rosy cheeks is a hint at the warmth of Picasso's heart.
W 12.00" x H 24.00"
W 30.48 cm x H 60.96 cm
Acrylic
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Welcome to my 'profile page'. In 2003 after spending a while settling my mind I managed to find time to teach myself to paint and to have my first exhibition and also, to sell a few pieces. Since then I have been endeavouring to improve my painting techniques. Sometimes it works, sometimes it ...

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