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Part of an estate I will be conducting. Trying to research as much as I can. Any help greatly appreciated. Can’t read all the markings on bottom. Looking for history and value. I believe it’s authentic. Be going to house today for closer look. Thanks John
Of course, I am joking, but...I see some evidence of time travel in the photo! There is a faint reference to a smart phone, if you look closely! ;)
To me this indicates that they are lithographs of a limited number from his works? Does that sound correct?
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“www.Art-Fraud.Org . There have been "Collection Domaine Picasso" prints selling like crazy over the last 5 years all over the internet including eBay, these are mostly giclee's (although occasionally called lithograph) which can easily be reproduced by anyone. There are many of Picasso images with the exception of a color change or two, at the bottom right hand corner there is a signature by "who knows" that says "Collection Domaine Picasso" and numbered from editions of 500, which I believe there are many editions of 500 from many publishers printing them. These are un-authorized reproductions. Some buyers on ebay think they are winning \ buying a hand signed "giclee" Picasso, far fetched idea but it happens. There are many dealers and galleries buying and selling these without proper knowledge. I have had these in the past, after my discovery of the Collection Domaine Picasso I have not gone near a giclee again.
Definitely does not look like an oil painting.
I agree, if it is not in fact a print, I would say the media used more closely resembles pastel.
It’s a print, not an original. Unsigned and unauthorized.