Femme Au Collier Jaune
Here, Picasso depicts Françoise Gilot, who was among Picasso’s lovers and the mother of two of his children. In this work, Gilot appears to have a beauty mark on her cheek, which is not actually a beauty mark but a cigarette burn that was the result of an argument between Gilot and Picasso. The geometric work features a black background and an elongated neck. and circular face. Picasso uses thick black lines to outline different features.
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Creator: Pablo Picasso
Date: May 1946
Original: Oil on Canvas
Location: Private Collection
© Succession Picasso 2015
Approximate Measurements for each:
Paper Size: 8.00" W x 10.00"H, Image Size: 7.00" W x 8.77" H
Paper Size: 11.00" W x 14.00"H, Image Size: 10.00" W x 12.54" H
Paper Size: 16.00" W x 20.00"H, Image Size: 14.00" W x 17.55" H
Paper Size: 22.00" W x 28.00"H, Image Size: 20.00" W x 25.07" H
Paper Size: 32.00" W x 40.00"H, Image Size: 30.00" W x 37.61" H
Paper Size: 40.00" W x 60.00"H, Image Size: 38.00" W x 47.63" H