Corrida sur fond noir, 1953
Dated '25.9.53.' (upper centre).
Stamped and marked 'Madoura Plein Feu / D'Après Picasso / Edition Picasso' (underneath)
Conceived on 25 September 1953 and executed in an edition of 500
Catalogue: Alain Ramié no. 198
Length: 14 7/8 inches (37.7 cm.)
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Drawing on classical European art and its themes, Pablo Picasso created during his Vallauris period. Bulls were commonly featured in classic European art, which Picasso had developed a strong interest in, and his works from this period reflect that preoccupation.