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  • Through the Eyes of Lennon by Paul Marshall Johnson is printed on toughened safety glass and comes ready to hang, no need for framing. Click on image to enlarge it. Check out quickly using your Paypal account or add the item to your basket and check out using your debit or credit card.
  • Through the Eyes of Lennon by Paul Marshall Johnson is printed on toughened safety glass and comes ready to hang, no need for framing. Click on image to enlarge it. Check out quickly using your Paypal account or add the item to your basket and check out using your debit or credit card.
  • Original
    The box canvas is 1.3" deep and Linda has continued the picture around each side of the box canvas.
  • Original
    The box canvas is 1.3" deep and Linda has continued the picture around each side of the box canvas.
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  • Out of stock
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  • Out of stock
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  • The Marina Collection 

    The lithographs featured in the S&P collection including ‘Femme au Balcon and ‘La Fille De L’Artiste a Deux Ans Et Demie Avec Un Bateau’ form part of the Marina Picasso Estate Collection. These artworks have been hand-printed using a traditional method of multi-plate colouring, under the strict supervision of Marcel Salinas; one of Picasso’s closest creative partners. The Marina collection is the personal collection of Picasso’s granddaughter, Marina Picasso and it was with her permission that this posthumous edition of prints was published between 1979-82, several years after the artist’s death. The artworks themselves document important women in Picasso’s life, including fellow artist Dora Maar and his beloved daughter, Maya.   Please click on the image to enlarge it.  
  • The Marina Collection 

    The lithographs featured in the S&P collection including ‘Femme au Balcon and ‘La Fille De L’Artiste a Deux Ans Et Demie Avec Un Bateau’ form part of the Marina Picasso Estate Collection. These artworks have been hand-printed using a traditional method of multi-plate colouring, under the strict supervision of Marcel Salinas; one of Picasso’s closest creative partners. The Marina collection is the personal collection of Picasso’s granddaughter, Marina Picasso and it was with her permission that this posthumous edition of prints was published between 1979-82, several years after the artist’s death. The artworks themselves document important women in Picasso’s life, including fellow artist Dora Maar and his beloved daughter, Maya.   Please click on the image to enlarge it.  
  • The Marina Collection 

    The lithographs featured in the S&P collection including ‘Femme au Balcon and ‘La Fille De L’Artiste a Deux Ans Et Demie Avec Un Bateau’ form part of the Marina Picasso Estate Collection. These artworks have been hand-printed using a traditional method of multi-plate colouring, under the strict supervision of Marcel Salinas; one of Picasso’s closest creative partners. The Marina collection is the personal collection of Picasso’s granddaughter, Marina Picasso and it was with her permission that this posthumous edition of prints was published between 1979-82, several years after the artist’s death. The artworks themselves document important women in Picasso’s life, including fellow artist Dora Maar and his beloved daughter, Maya.   Please click on the image to enlarge it.  
  • ABOUT THE ARTWORK

    In artist Tamara de Lempicka’s (1898-1980) work aptly name The Sleeping Girl, a young woman with a cropped blonde Bob and bright red lips, rests against her arms in quiet slumber. The original work was completed in oil on wood panel in 1930. Besides portraits, Lempicka also painted figure studies, nudes, still lifes, urban scenes, and religious figures. Please click on the image to enlarge it.  
  • ABOUT THE ARTWORK

    Self Portrait, also called Autoportrait Self Portrait is an oil painting on wood panel, from 1929, in which artists Tamara de Lempicka (1898-1980) depicts herself driving a green Bugatti. She owned a yellow Renault, but thought the Italian car was much more elegant. In it, she is fashionably dressed: Hermes scarf, long leather gloves and red lips. The geometric composition is a nod to Cubism, but still relying on the conventional. Using full, pure colours, the work has a metallic sheen. Originally commissioned for a German fashion magazine, afterwards, it became famous for its depiction of the new independent woman. Please click on the image to enlarge it.  
  • The Marina Collection 

    The lithographs featured in the S&P collection including ‘Femme au Balcon and ‘La Fille De L’Artiste a Deux Ans Et Demie Avec Un Bateau’ form part of the Marina Picasso Estate Collection. These artworks have been hand-printed using a traditional method of multi-plate colouring, under the strict supervision of Marcel Salinas; one of Picasso’s closest creative partners. The Marina collection is the personal collection of Picasso’s granddaughter, Marina Picasso and it was with her permission that this posthumous edition of prints was published between 1979-82, several years after the artist’s death. The artworks themselves document important women in Picasso’s life, including fellow artist Dora Maar and his beloved daughter, Maya.   Please click on the image to enlarge it.  
  • ABOUT THE ARTWORK

    In Portrait of Ira Perrot, an elegantly dressed modern Flapper, in a white satin dress, has a shorn Bob. She holds a bouquet of impossibly large calla lilies. Painted in Art Deco style by Tamara de Lempicka, (1898-1980) the subject in the work was her good friend and lover. The flowers were the favourite of the artist. Please click on the image to enlarge it.  
  • ABOUT THE ARTWORK

    Originally created with oils on canvas, Young Lady With Gloves, is a painting of a charming young woman in a green dress, elegantly holding down the wide brim of her hat, with a white-gloved hand. Painted by Tamara de Lempicka (1898-1980), between 1929-1930, today it is showcased at the National Museum of Modern Art, Centre Pompidou, Paris, France. Please click on the image to enlarge it.  

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