Pablo Picasso, La Madrilèna (Portrait of a Young Woman), c.1901; Kröller-Müller Museum.
Someone took a lot of liberties with the coloring in the reproduction below, adding an orange tinge to the entire painting. It's possible that the changes could have been achieved with a photo editing app, but it might be a recently painted reproduction. The image above is from the museum where the painting is located. As a side note, a 2017-18 exhibit called Picasso/Lautrec at the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museo Nacional revealed much about Lautrec's influence on Picasso during this period (and even later in his career), as well as the two artists' different approaches to their shared cultural and social environment in Paris in the early 1900s.
Altered version of a painting by Picasso.
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9/26/2020 05:27:11 am
Interesting post! Looking forward to more on Picasso.
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