Price upon request. Picasso. Cooper, Douglas (trans),[Autographed Picasso] History of Modern Painting From Picasso to Surrealism [ To the eminent art critic Jaime Sabartes my Friend, Picasso Vallauris 4.4.53] ,1950,Albert Skira,Geneva,Pub. Cloth,Large 4to (9.5'x 13") Grey pub. cloth with title to cover in black and white letters with red/yellow/bluee design. Spine has title in black and white letters. On April 4, 1953, Picasso sketched a horned satyr and inscribed a note to Jaime Sabartes, his long-time French friend and several times, artistic model. Roughly translated, the inscription reads: (To) The Eminent Critic Jaime Sabartes My friend Picasso Vallauris (a commune in the Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur region of Spain) On 4.4.53. According to Wikipedia, Jaime Sabartés Gual (Catalan: Jaume Sabartés i Gual), born in Barcelona 10 June 1881 died in Paris 12 February 1968, was a Catalan Spanish artist, poet, and writer. He was a close personal friend of Pablo Picasso and later became his secretary/administrator. Sabartes met Picasso in 1899 and they remained close until Sabartes' death. In 1899 Picasso painted his first Portugueserait of Sabartes, which is now in the Pushkin Museum, Moscow. At Picasso's request, Sabartes moved to rue la Boétie in Paris in November 1935 and became Picasso's full-time secretary, organizing his papers, books, and poems, and was responsible for arranging his exhibitions. Sabartes collected a great many works by Picasso which he donated to the Museu Picasso in Barcelona in 1963 forming the core of this gallery which was initially known as the Sabartes collection. His books and papers were donated to the Museo Picasso Málaga.,Art, Picasso

[Autographed Picasso] History of Modern Painting Frenchom Picasso to Surrea

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