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|Creator / Artist: Robert Doisneau|
|Model name: LES PAINS DE PICASSO|
|Year of creation: 1952|
|Size: 241 x 288 mm|
|Specificities: SILVER PRINT PHOTO|
Robert Doisneau took this picture of Picasso in 1952, in a report for The Point at his house in Vallauris . Bakers in the village had named their hand-shaped loaves "Picasso" , taking advantage of the reputation of the artist. Pablo Picasso was amused by posing with the bread for Robert Doisneau, in a report showing the simplicity of the Creator daily .
This photo print is an original. Its format is 241 x 288 mm. Coaching and basing are stamped " The Framing " in Paris.
Beautiful original silver print framed in a different way that can be crossed on the market , hence its rarity. We can notice on the backside a stamp studio " Rapho ," where Robert Doisneau worked as official photographer .