PABLO PICASSO ORIGINAL DRAWING AND SIGNED LITHOS
Included is a book cover from a 1967 arts council of Great Britain book on Picasso. The cover features a 1924 piece called "guitar". Hand drawn on the reverse blank page is a hastily sketched work depicting a flute playing figure with horns flanked by stylized plants. Medium is black charcoal pencil or pastel. artist smudged. signed lower right along with the number "10". Attached dare pages 2,3 and 4 to include forward to the book. Also included are 6 lithographs that have been hand signed in lower sections and also carry the "10". They are accompanied with C.O.A.'s from David Smith in association with Mill Fine Arts, St. James, London. All are in very good condition.
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