“Main Aux Fleurs (Hand Holding Flowers)” by Pablo Picasso
Medium:Poster reproduction of original 1958 color lithograph
Height: 31.5 in
Width: 23.5 in
Simplistic colored pencil drawing of two hands holding a bouquet of flowers; mostly white. The flowers are multi-colored: red, orange, green, and blue with green stems.
Pablo Picasso was a famous painter known largely for co-founding the cubist movement, though he was also involved in drawing, ceramics, print making and sculpting. Picasso studied art in Madrid where he illustrated a magazine made by a roommate, depicting the impoverished people's conditions. He joined an art gallery in 1907 and shortly after became highly sought by American collectors.