With its evocative lines and imaginative details, this lithograph reflects Pablo Picasso's complete mastery of printmaking. This is a book-edition print comes from a body of 347 works that the artist created between March 16 and October 6, 1968, in France. These works are widely considered to be Picasso's finest print-making achievement. This lithograph is set in a handsome wood frame. The frame's black finish is a striking complement to the graphic quality of the image. Pablo Picasso is arguably the most discussed, exhibited, and influential artist of the 20th century. Born in Spain, he was most active in France, where he painted, sculpted, and made prints -- upending rules and many traditions of art with his feverishly creative genius. Together with Georges Braque, Picasso founded the Cubist movement, and continued to dominate the trajectory of Modern art throughout his long life.