Tuesday, July 24, 2012


Lately I've been so curious about the pottery that Picasso did in the 30's and 40's. Here are some fine examples. I've heard it said that there are still many of these pieces out there in the world that have not been accounted for. So if you think you see something 'oddly' Picasso'ish' at the flea or thrift, nab it! It could be the real thing.
Love the grey and charcoal colors, this Grecian type urn has personality.
You can learn more about it here.
I guess I'm partial for the pieces he did with faces. Check the details here.
A gorgeous plate. From the Denis Bloch blog, here.

I'm smitten with the goat vase lower right corner and the still life plate upper left, charming. Imaginary and fun all, learn more here. 

2 comments:

RD Robertson said...

Nice posts. I am really happy to see the posts.

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RD Robertson said...

Nice collections of gift items. I am happy to see these here.

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