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PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
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PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)

Femme accroupie en costume turc II (Jacqueline)

PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Femme accroupie en costume turc II (Jacqueline)
signed 'Picasso' (lower right) and dated '22.11.55.' (upper right); dated again and numbered '22.11.55. II' (on the reverse)
oil on canvas
36 x 28 ¾ in. (91.5 x 73 cm.)
Painted on 22 November 1955
Galerie Louise Leiris (Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler), Paris.
Acquired by the family of the present owners, by 1957.
C. Zervos, Pablo Picasso, Paris, 1965, vol. 16, no. 535 (illustrated, pl. 184).
M.-L. Bernadac, I. Monod-Fontaine and D. Sylvester, Late Picasso: Paintings, Sculpture, Drawings and Prints, 1953-1972, exh. cat., Musée national d'art moderne, Centre Geogres Pompidou Paris, 1988, p. 58 (illustrated, p. 59, fig. 26).
Paris, Galerie Louise Leiris (Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler), Picasso: Peintures 1955-1956, March-April 1957, no. 14.
New York, The Museum of Modern Art and The Art Institute of Chicago, Picasso: 75th Anniversary Exhibition, May-September 1957, p. 111 (illustrated).
Tel Aviv Art Museum (on extended loan, 2000-2021).
Tel Aviv Art Museum, Picasso, October 2002-February 2003, p. 45, no. 31 (illustrated in color).
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Please note that the present lot is displayed with a loaner frame for the exhibition, which is available for purchase.

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