+ 1 (707) 877-4321
+ 33 977-198-888
English
Français
Deutsch
Italiano
Español
Русский
中国
Português
日本

Les Demoiselles d'Avignon, Oil On Canvas by Pablo Picasso

FREE Shipping. FREE Returns All the time. See details.

 
 
Les Demoiselles d'Avignon, Oil On Canvas by Pablo Picasso (order Fine Art Framed Giclee Pablo Picasso)
af
af
af
af
pic0 pic
 
 
 
Print on textured canvas
 
 
 
Unit
 
 
 
Size

 
   15 "   
 
  Les Demoiselles d'Avignon, Oil On Canvas by Pablo Picasso (order Fine Art Framed Giclee Pablo Picasso)  
16 " 
 
   
 
 
Frame

 
 
 
 
Options
Worldwide shipping
Average delivery time by DHL/Fedex is one week based on your location. Average delivery time by Slow post is 10-30 days. (Slow Post is available only for package less than 20 inches) We will sent you the tracking code after framing, packaging and shipping.


Canvas
The brushstrokes effect is an extra feature that adds even more realism to the giclee canvas print. The result is a rich textured relief similar to the one found in the original oil painting.




Gift Service
Gift wrap + Gift card with your message. (After submitting your order, write the Gift Message trough the links sent in the order confirmation)

Have a WahooArt.com promotion code?
Enter the code below and click “OK”


Promotion: HMVTHR activated !
 

Payment
 
 
  • Print on canvas
  • PrintsOnCanvas [{A-5ZKH5G}]
  • Dim(15 x 16 inches (38 x 41 cm))
  • FRAME(MirrorWrap)
  • Shipping(Slow)
  • GlossyTextured
  • DC(HMVTHR)
  • Pablo Picasso-Les Demoiselles d'Avignon
  • Promotion: -15USD
  • Slow - 10-30 days - Free
  • Textured cotton canvas glossy [5 USD]
  • Total: 96 USD

 

96 USD View Cart

 

 

Paypal Credit Card

 


 

Send by Email
 
 
  
 
 
 
For any information please contact us on contact@WahooArt.com

SHIPPING INSURANCE INCLUDED
Paintings are rarely damaged or lost during shipping. If it does happen, we will make a new painting for you and ship it free of charge.

FREE WORLDWIDE SHIPPING
We ship to 150 countries. Shipping is free to all countries.

ALL TAXES INCLUDED
If the delivery company ask you to pay customs taxes. WahooArt.com will refund you all taxes paid.

MONEY BACK GUARANTEE
If you return the Artwork within the 30-days period, you will be refunded 100% of your original payment.

TOP SATISFACTION RATING
Based on 165 Ratings from Actual Customers on ArtShopReviews.com

17 YEARS ANNIVERSARY
Thank you for your business, your trust and your confidence. It is a pleasure for us to provide you the best quality Art
 
 
Print on textured canvas
WahooArt use the latest printing technology to produce archival-quality textured cotton canvas prints that will give pleasure on your wall for a long time to come. Textured print gives to your painting reproduction a brushstroke/texture effect, which gives incredible look of a real oil canvas masterpiece.
WahooArt.com use only the most modern and efficient printing technology on our 100% cotton canvas 400Gsm, based on the Giclee printing procedure. This innovative high-resolution printing technique results in durable and spectacular looking prints of the highest quality. WahooArt.com only uses the highest quality inks, with extreme UV resistance. Your artwork will hold its beautiful colors for up to 75 years!
Textured print perfectly suits for Fine Art reproductions! WahooArt Team suggest to orderacrylic print for colorful,familly and modernphotos.

- FAQ 1/2
- FAQ 2/2
- Giclée print of your own


Loading Pablo Picasso biography....
 

 

-- -- -- -- -- -
WahooArt.com - Pablo Picasso
Arts & Entertainment > Hobbies & Creative Arts > Artwork
A-5ZKH5G-PrintsOnCanvas-15x16inches-MirrorWrap-EN-USD
PrintsOnCanvas [{A-5ZKH5G}]-Dim(15 x 16 inches (38 x 41 cm))-FRAME(MirrorWrap)-Shipping(Slow)-GlossyTextured-DC(HMVTHR)-Pablo Picasso-Les Demoiselles d'Avignon
/Art.nsf/O/5ZKH5G/$File/Pablo+Picasso+-+Les+Demoiselles+d+Avignon+(1907)+.JPG
Les Demoiselles d'Avignon (The Young Ladies of Avignon, and originally titled The Brothel of Avignon) is a large oil painting created in 1907 by the Spanish artist Pablo Picasso (1881–1973). The work portrays five nude female prostitutesfrom a brothel on Carrer d'Avinyó (Avinyó Street) in Barcelona. Each figure is depicted in a disconcerting confrontational manner and none are conventionally feminine. The women appear as slightly menacing and rendered with angular and disjointed body shapes. Two are shown with African mask-like faces and three more with faces in the Iberian style of Picasso's native Spain, giving them a savage aura. In this adaptation of Primitivism and abandonment of perspective in favor of a flat, two-dimensional picture plane, Picasso makes a radical departure from traditional European painting. The work is widely considered to be seminal in the early development of both cubism and modern art. Demoiselles was revolutionary and controversial, and led to wide anger and disagreement, even amongst his closest associates and friends.[/br] Painted in Paris during the summer of 1907, Picasso had created hundreds of sketches and studies in preparation for the final work. He long acknowledged the importance of Spanish art and Iberian sculpture as influences on the painting. The work is believed by critics to be influenced by African tribal masks and the art of Oceania, although Picasso denied the connection; many art historians remain skeptical about his denials. Several experts maintain that, at the very least, Picasso visited the Musée d'Ethnographie du Trocadéro (known today as Musée de l'Homme) in the spring of 1907 where he saw and was unconsciously influenced by African and Tribal art several months before completing Demoiselles. Some critics argue that the painting was a reaction to Henri Matisse's Le bonheur de vivre and Blue Nude. [/br] Its resemblance to Cézanne's Les Grandes Baigneuses, Paul Gauguin's statue Oviri and El Greco's Opening of the Fifth Seal has been widely discussed by later critics. At the time of its first exhibition in 1916, the painting was deemed immoral. In the nine years after its creation, Picasso had always referred to it as Le Bordel d'Avignon, but art critic André Salmon, who managed its first exposition, retitled it Les Demoiselles d'Avignon to lessen its scandalous impact on the public. Picasso never liked Salmon's title, and as an edulcoration would have preferred las chicas de Avignon instead.
Pablo Picasso
Oil On Canvas
Oil On Canvas
96
USD
New
In stock