turned dish titled Jacqueline's
red earthenware clay
with glaze decoration, knife-engraved with black patina.
It was created in an edition limited to 100 and is stamped on the
bottom "Edition Picasso 55/100" and "Edition Picasso". It also
has the stamp of Madoura Pottery.
In early 1962 Picasso created many of his linocuts, generally in a
brown color very much like the terra cotta color of this ceramic.
Jacqueline was the subject of many of his linocuts, paintings, and
ceramics during this period.
In May, 1962, the Museum of Modern Art in New York presented a large
exhibition in celebration of Picasso's 80th birthday.
In November and December Picasso created 22 engravings and near
Christmas created a realistic portrait of Jacqueline's daughter,
Picasso created many drawings and oil paintings this year while working
also in sheet iron, cardboard, and painted tiles.
Marilyn Monroe died in 1966. Google shows about 15 million
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