Pablo Picasso

Portrait de Femme II (Jaqueline), 1955

Lithograph on Arches paper
Signed, dated and numbered from an edition of 50 (this example is one of six Artist Proofs "APs")
26 x 20 inches (66 x 50.8 cm.)
Very Good
Private Collection
New York
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Pablo Picasso, one of the most influential artists of the 20th century, continually pushed the boundaries of artistic expression across various mediums. In 1955, Picasso created "Portrait de femme II (Jaqueline)," a captivating artwork that showcases his distinctive style and his fascination with the human form. This portrait, featuring his second wife Jaqueline Roque, reflects Picasso's mastery in capturing the essence of his subjects while infusing the composition with a sense of emotional depth and complexity. Picasso's use of bold lines and abstracted forms in "Portrait de femme II (Jaqueline)" demonstrates his ability to distill the essence of his subjects while simultaneously imbuing the artwork with a timeless quality.

In this portrait, Picasso presents Jaqueline Roque with a sense of reverence and intimacy, portraying her with a blend of tenderness and strength. The use of vibrant colors and dynamic brushwork adds a sense of vitality to the composition, capturing Jaqueline's essence in a dynamic and compelling manner. Through "Portrait de femme II (Jaqueline)," Picasso not only pays homage to his muse but also invites viewers to contemplate the complexities of human relationships and the enduring power of love and connection. This artwork stands as a testament to Picasso's innovative spirit and his profound understanding of the human psyche, solidifying his legacy as one of the greatest artists of all time.

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