Picasso became fascinated by pottery after the Second World War, and it soon became an inexhaustible source of imagination for him. The artist was able to use the lightest of touches to transform the soft malleable material into a decorative ornament – vases, dishes, bird figurines or exquisite female heads. When decorating them, Picasso used some of his favorite themes: the bullfight, the creator and his creation, the animal and plant kingdoms. Unconcerned about the utility of the objects he created, the Maestro used them as a starting point for painting, and expressed his feelings, passions and emotions. This elegant and nicelooking plate will be a very tastefull piece of any interior.
- Ceramics; underglaze painting
- Diam. 10 5/8 in (27 cm)
- Weight: 0,976 kg
- Inspired by the State Hermitage original
- Use only as a decorative piece