This lithographic poster was designed to advertise an exhibition of 172 recent drawings by Pablo Picasso at the Galerie Louise Leiris in 1972. The original drawing of a young woman with the aging artist is typical of Picasso's concern with death towards the end of his life. This image was faithfully reproduced by Mourlot's Master Printer, Henri Deschamps, whom Picasso supervised but had come to trust implicitly after three decades of working closely at the studio. Ed. 5250. Ref. Czwiklitzer # 446.
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