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Picasso, The Lady (Chicago), Sculpture

RoGallery

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Picasso, The Lady (Chicago), Sculpture

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Artist:

Pablo Picasso

Materials:

cor-ten steel sculpture on wooden base

Dimensions:

12" x 5" x 8"

Care:

Do not hang in direct sunlight.

Why We Love This

This Cubist steel sculpture by Pablo Picasso is said to have been inspired by a French woman, Sylvette David, now known as Lydia Corbett, who posed for the artist in 1954. The original, full-sized sculpture was the first major public sculpture to be displayed in downtown Chicago.

Headed by Robert Rogal, RoGallery is a renowned art dealer and gallery in New York City. For over three decades, the company has collected and offered an extensive collection of original fine art, photographs, and sculpture. Their selection of artists runs the gamut from Pablo Picasso and Henri Matisse to Alexander Calder and Joan Mirò.

Why We Love This

This Cubist steel sculpture by Pablo Picasso is said to have been inspired by a French woman, Sylvette David, now known as Lydia Corbett, who posed for the artist in 1954. The original, full-sized sculpture was the first major public sculpture to be displayed in downtown Chicago.

Headed by Robert Rogal, RoGallery is a renowned art dealer and gallery in New York City. For over three decades, the company has collected and offered an extensive collection of original fine art, photographs, and sculpture. Their selection of artists runs the gamut from Pablo Picasso and Henri Matisse to Alexander Calder and Joan Mirò.