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This is a masterfully painted work in the style of Picasso’s Rose period. It leans on the famous painting, “Boy Leading a Horse”. Executed in oil on artist cardboard, circa 1910. The harlequin or carnival performer is a pleasant theme. The painting is unsigned and the frame is later.  The Rose period is a term used to define the monochromatic paintings in shades of pink, orange and earth tones, occasionally mixed with cooler blue and blue-green accents.


Condition: The painting is untouched. There are a few breaks in the cardboard and some missing paint.

Measures: Image size - 21 ½” W x 29 ½” H

With frame - 26 ½” W x 34 ½” H x 1 ¾” D.

Picasso School Painting of a Harlequin with Horses, Oil on Artist Cardboard

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