240A French Paintings in American Collections Galerie des Beaux Arts, Bordeaux May 13th-September 15th, 1966 39 3/8 x 25¼ in. in. 100 x 64 cm Color lithography Edition: 500 impressions Printed by Mourlot, Paris, 1966
154 La Peinture Française Collections Americaines Site of Exhibition Bordeaux. Galerie des Beaux-Arts. Date of Exhibition 1966. May 13 – September 15. Publisher Galerie des Beaux Arts. Bordeaux. Printer Imprimerie Mourlot. Paris 1966. Technique Lithography in Colour. Format 79 x 53 cm. Print Run 500 copies, some with the text “Bordeaux” at the top. Classification This poster was designed by Galerie des Beaux-Arts, Bordeaux, using as subject the oil on canvas entitled Woman with Cape, painted by Picasso in Paris, 1901. The picture, measuring 73 x 50 cm., is in the Cleveland Museum of Art and belonged to the collection of Leonard C. Hanna. Reproductions This poster was published in two formats for the same exhibition, using the same motif in both, but with the text arranged differently. The poster in this collection is the smaller format. The second version, measuring l00 x 64 cm., announces the site of the exhibition and the gallery in larger letters at the top. Subject of Reference Portraits.
Czwiklitzer 291 291 In Honor of René Char Musée Municipal d’Art Moderns, Céret, France July-September, 1969 30 7/8 x 20 5/8 in. 78.5 x 52.5 cm Color lithography (Henri Deschamps, Lith.) Edition: 3,000 impressions, 100 of these on Arches paper, before lettering Printed by Mourlot, Paris, 1969 Rodrigo 185 185 Hommage A René Char Site of Exhibition Ceret. Musée d’Art Moderne. Date of Exhibition 1969. July – September. Publisher Musée d’Art Moderne. Ceret. Printer Imprimerie Mourlot. Paris 1948. Technique Lithography In Colour. Format 200 x 140 cm. Print Run 3,000 copies, of which 100 are without text on ‘Arches’ paper. There is a print run measuring 78 x 52 cm. Classification This poster was designed by Fernand Mourlot, using as subject Henri Deschamps’ lithographic reproduction of a drawing made by Picasso in pencil and coloured chalk in Notre-Dame-de-Vie on May 19,1964. Reproductions Neither this poster nor its motif has been reproduced in other posters. Subject of Reference Male faces.
83 Picasso—Drawings 1903-1907 Berggruen & Cie, Paris May-July, 1954 24 3/8 x 16 7/8 in. 62 x 43 cm Photolithography Edition: 800 impressions Printed by Mourlot, Paris, 1954 Ref: Zervos, Picasso, Vol. VI, No. 846
Rodrigo 029 029 Picasso. Dessins 1903-1907 Site of Exhibition Paris. Galerie Berggruen. Date of Exhibition 1954. May-July. Publisher Galerie Berggruen & Cie. Paris. Printer Imprimerie Mourlot. Paris. Technique Photo-lithography. Format 57 x 45 cm. Print Run 800 copies. Classification Original poster. Catalogued as such by Fernand Mourlot who printed it following Picasso’s instructions regarding the design and the use of the reproduction of an ink drawing, entitled Mother and Child as the subject. This drawing was done by Picasso in the spring of 1906. It measures 30 x 37 cm. and was last heard of in the Louise Leiris Gallery, in Paris. Reproductions Neither this poster nor its motif has been reproduced in other posters. Subject of Reference Gosol.
Rodrigo 229 229 Picasso Site of Exhibition Paris. Galerie Knoedler. Date of Exhibition 1971. October 26-November 30. Publisher Galerie Knoedler. Paris. Printer Henri Deschamps Lithographie. Technique Lithography In Colour. Format 64 x 68.5 cm. Print Run Undetermined. Classification This poster was designed by Francone, using as subject the oil on canvas, entitled Seated Harlequin with Mirror. This picture, measuring 100 x 81 cm., was painted by Picasso in 1923 and belongs to the Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection. Reproductions This posters motif has been reproduced twice: 1) On the occasion of the Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection shown in Florence in 1985; and 2) the Thyssen-Bornemisza Exhibition in Madrid, 1986. Subject of Reference The circus, harlequins, buffoons and clowns.
240(a) Picasso—45 Linocuts Galerie 65, Cannes December 1960-January 1961 25¾ x 20 1/8 in. 65.5 x 51 cm Color letterpress Edition: 1,600 impressions, and 100 impressions on Arches paper Printed by Arnéra, Vallauris, 1960
97 Picasso Collages—Drawings Au Pont des Arts – Galerie Lucie Weill, Paris January 26th-February 16th, 1956 26 1/8 x 17 7/8 in. 66.5 x 45.5 cm Photolithography Edition: 1,000 impressions Printed by Mourlot, Paris, 1956
Rodrigo 044 044 Picasso Papiers Colles – Dessins Site of Exhibition Paris. Galerie Lucie Weill. Date of Exhibition 1956. January 26 – February 16. Publisher Galerie Lucie Weill. Paris. Printer Imprimerie Mourlot. Paris 1956. Technique Photo-Lithography in Three Colours. Format 85 x 59 cm. Print Run 1,000 copies. Classification Original poster, according to Joseph K. Foster, and catalogued as such by Fernand Mourlot, who made the print following Picasso’s instructions to use as a subject for the design his drawing in charcoal on paper and “papier colle” entitled Bottle, Glass and Newspaper on a Table. Picasso did this drawing in Paris in the autumn-winter of 1912. Reproductions Neither this poster nor its motif has been reproduced in other posters. Subject of Reference Still lifes and flowers.
Rodrigo 193 193 A la Rencontre de Pierre Reverdy et Ses Amis Site of Exhibition Saint-Paul de Vence. Cote d’Azur. Fondation Maeght. Date of Exhibition 1970. March 23 – May 25. Publisher Fondation Maeght. Printer Imprimerie des Arts. Paris 1970. Technique Photo-Lithography in Colour. Format Image: 60 x 45 cm. Total size: 66 x 51 cm. Print Run 3,000 copies. Other copies “avant la lettre”, unsigned and unnumbered. Classification This poster was designed by Adrien Maeght, using as subject the zinc etching entitled Portrait of Pierre Reverdy. This engraving, measuring 23.2 x 15.9 cm., was produced by Picasso in 1922 in Paris and is now in the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA), New York. It belongs to the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Foundation. Reproductions There have been four printings of this poster, in two of which the frames around the engraving and bearing the text are in burgundy. In the other two, the frames are green. Also, the burgundy colour print runs can be distinguished from one another by the format, as can the green ones. The two burgundy editions were printed for the exhibition held from March 23 to May 25,1970, at the Fondation Maeght in Saint-Paul. The poster presented here corresponds to the smaller format of this edition. The green coloured print runs were produced later and refer to the exhibition held at the Musée d’Art Moderne in Paris. Subject of Reference Portraits.
137 Antonio Machado – In Honor of His Memory Colliure – February 22nd, 1959 Sorbonne, Paris – February 25th, 1959 25¼ x 18 1/8 in. 64 x 46 cm Color photolithography Edition: 500 impressions in French and Spanish Printed by Mourlot, Paris, 1959
Rodrigo 087 087 Antonio Machado Homenaje a Su Memoria Site of Exhibition Colliure and Paris (In the Sorbonne). Date of Exhibition 1959. February 22 (Colliure). February 25 (Paris). Publisher Universite de la Sorbonne. Printer Imprimerie Mourlot. Paris 1959. Technique Photo-lithography on different types of paper. Format 72.5 x 53.5 cm. Print Run 500 copies. Some with text in French, and others in Spanish. All with a 64 x 46 cm. format. Classification Original poster designed by Picasso. Catalogued as such by Fernand Mourlot who made his print following Picasso’s instructions. Reproductions Neither this poster nor its motif has been reproduced in other posters. Subject of Reference Signatures, Texts and Illustrations.