Pablo Picasso ''Corrida aux Personnages'', Number 104 -- Colorful Ceramic Plate Created at the Madoura Pottery Studios in Very Small 50 Edition, Painted by Picasso in His Quintessential Style

Pablo Picasso terre de faience (earthenware) plate, ''Corrida aux Personnages'' created at the famed Madoura pottery studio in the south of France, where Picasso collaborated the last 25 years of his life. Painted and glazed plate was created in 1950, one of the earlier pieces from Madoura, created in a very small edition of 50, with painting by the master that is unmistakably Picasso. With both the Empreinte Originale de Picasso and Madoura stamps. Measures 15'' in diameter. In very good condition with some surface wear to underside. Also some crazing in the glaze and several tiny unpainted and unglazed areas along rim, both inherent to production. Number 104 in Alan Ramie's ''Picasso, Catalogue of the Edited Ceramic Works, 1947-1971''.

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Pablo Picasso ''Corrida aux Personnages'', Number 104 -- Colorful Ceramic Plate Created at the Madoura Pottery Studios in Very Small 50 Edition, Painted by Picasso in His Quintessential StylePablo Picasso ''Corrida aux Personnages'', Number 104 -- Colorful Ceramic Plate Created at the Madoura Pottery Studios in Very Small 50 Edition, Painted by Picasso in His Quintessential StylePablo Picasso ''Corrida aux Personnages'', Number 104 -- Colorful Ceramic Plate Created at the Madoura Pottery Studios in Very Small 50 Edition, Painted by Picasso in His Quintessential Style
Pablo Picasso ''Corrida aux Personnages'', Number 104 -- Colorful Ceramic Plate Created at the Madoura Pottery Studios in Very Small 50 Edition, Painted by Picasso in His Quintessential Style
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